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Your Guide to Enjoying a Facial, Manicure, or Massage at Home

by Voices Wellness 23 Jun 2021
Photo: Unsplash.

Don’t like jostling with the crowds? Check out these mobile beauty services for a relaxing session in the comfort of home. By LYDIA KWON.

Pandemic or not, there’s no reason to stop taking care of yourself. While Singapore’s COVID-19 restrictions on beauty services that require mask-wearing have recently been lifted, you might find yourself more comfortable staying home instead of heading out. Enter mobile beauty services—ranging from facials to manicures, that allow you to pamper yourself at home. After all, beauty treatments have been shown to effectively relieve stress and help us relax, particularly in these trying times.

We’ve rounded up five wellness companies that provide house call services, so you can get your long-awaited beauty fix in a jiffy.

Photo: Urban Company.

For beautiful manicures: Urban Company 

Available in various cities, including Melbourne, Jaipur, and Singapore, Urban Company’s mobile beauty services are well sought-after. Those in a hurry can expect to have a therapist at their doorstep within two hours of booking, thanks to the company’s on-demand promise. Alternatively, make an advance booking for a manicure or pedicure any day of the week between 9 am and 9 pm. An express gel manicure costs S$39, while a classic gel manicure and pedicure bundle is priced at S$79.

More information here.

Photo: The First Refresh.

Enjoy a facial: The First Refresh

Using natural, botanical-based products from renowned Australian brand Jurlique, The First Refresh offers a wide range of beauty house call services including facials. A crowd-favourite, the 60-minute Reset Facial (S$110) includes deep cleansing, gentle exfoliation, a facial massage, and a calming mask. The best part? You can enjoy the facial in your pyjamas, with a variety of optional add-ons like a hydrating ampoule or LED light therapy.

More information here.

Photo: Aleyda Mobile Spa.

Treat yourself to a massage: Aleyda Mobile Spa

Aleyda’s mission is to help its customers “feel whole again” via their wide range of wellness services, from aromatherapy to pre-and post-natal massages. Prices start from S$165 for a 90-minute body massage, which can be a choice of oil (Swedish or deep tissue) or non-oil (Shiatsu) massage. There’s even the option for a spa party service (up to four, subject to change depending on current COVID-19 restrictions), which includes one of these three packages: back and foot massage, nail bar, and full-body massage.

More information here.

Photo: EyeLashDiva.

Get fluttery eyelash extensions: EyeLashDiva

The eyelash extension trend doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon, and for good reason—a good set of fluffy lashes can make your eyes look less tired. Meanwhile, a voluminous set can create the appearance of eyeshadow, allowing you to look like you’ve got make-up on even if you don’t. At EyeLashDiva, be spoilt for choice by five different styles: Natural, Glamorous, Dramatic, and Sexy Doll, with prices starting from $60.

More information here.

Pamper your mane: Jacklyn Tan Hair Studio 

Don’t fancy jostling with the crowds in town? Enjoy haircuts, hair dyes, perms, and even hair extensions at home with award-winning hairstylist Jacklyn Tan. Haircuts are priced from an affordable $18, while perms start from $120. Meanwhile, brides-to-be can consider her bridal hairstyling services for prewedding shoots and actual day.

More information here.



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