Before your skin disappears under thick winter jumpers for good, it is looking forward to an extra dose of care, especially in autumn. "Once a month you should treat yourself to my peeling," says Lisa, adding with a wink: "I bet you already have all the ingredients at home! For Lisa's scrub you need:
- 2 tablespoons of fine salt - Himalayan salt is best.
- 1 tablespoon of dried flowers or herbs - if need be, the contents of a cut tea bag will do.
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- ½ tablespoon lemon or orange juice - leave out if you have very sensitive skin.
Simply mix everything well and apply to dry skin in the shower using circular movements. Then shower off and gently pat the skin dry. And that was all the magic. Beauty from and with nature can be so simple. Of course, you can adjust the ratio of ingredients to suit your skin's individual needs: For a stronger exfoliating effect, simply add more salt; if you want to make your skin particularly supple, mix in more olive oil.
Focus on the individual
The uniqueness of each person, their personal preferences and needs always come first for our Lisa. She says: "If I can fully respond to my clients and give them a bit of lightness, mindfulness and awareness of their own being, my day is a success". Whether it's a wellness treatment, a therapeutic massage or a fine facial treatment: at the Valsegger Waldbad we will pamper you according to all the rules of the alpine art of wellness. Here you can browse through our online wellness guide. Any questions? Always welcome! We are there for you by phone, per email or on Facebook and Instagram!