The ultimate exfoliation treatment to refresh your skin between seasons

The first foray into autumn presents the perfect opportunity to overhaul our self-care routines. But before barrelling headfirst into new season products designed to shelter your skin from the inclement weather that lies ahead, it’s important to start the season with a fresh slate. Chances are, your skin will have seen a lot of sun, chlorine, oils and fake tan throughout the course of summer, leading to a build-up of sorts that requires a serious spot of exfoliation to remove. We’re of the firm stance that nobody can look after skin quite like the professionals and, in the case of this particular transitional overhaul, East Day Spa’s Intense Hydration CODAGE Paris Body Scrub is utterly unrivalled.

Using a fine sugar and rice particle scrub, the wellness wizards at East Day Spa gently buff the skin to slough off dead skin cells, and summer’s product residue, until the body is smooth, soft and glowing. The divine treatment is rounded off with a boost of nourishment, where natural oils are replenished via CODAGE’s Intense Moisturising body milk. Boasting a high dose of hyaluronic acid alongside shea butter and baobab oil, you can rest assured that — much like most other CODAGE products — the body milk will leave the skin feeling more heavenly than ever before. (We’ve long been fans of the French skincare brand’s wondrous properties, if you’re looking to treat both the body and face this season, we couldn’t recommend a CODAGE facial enough.)

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Delivering sublime treatments right when we need them the most, we can always count on East Day Spa to keep our body in tip-top condition all year round — this tough, transeasonal period being no exception.

East Day Spa

123 Albert Street
Skycity Grand Hotel


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