There’s nothing more luxurious and relaxing than a trip to the spa, and here at Le Mas Candille we’re passionate about offering the most splendid and unforgettable pampering experiences to our guests.

Experiencing a massage after a stressful time, or treating yourself to a facial before a big event, spa treatments are a luxury that many of us love to indulge in, and we have just the excuse for you to book in your next visit! Being the pampering connoisseurs that we are, we’ve discovered some wonderful benefits of a spa visit that we think you’ll want to know…

Benefits of Spa Treatments at Spa Candille

1. Helps to De-Stress

It goes without saying that visiting a spa is a fantastic way to relax and de-stress. A visit to the spa offers a great opportunity to separate yourself from life’s everyday stressors and have some precious ‘me time’. Allowing yourself this time to wind down and relax has so many additional benefits, such as a clear mind and increased productivity once you leave your treatment!

2. Helps With Anti-Ageing

Many spa treatments can actually help with anti-ageing. Facials are known to help delay and prevent the onset of wrinkles by stimulating skin cells and hydrating the skin. Additionally, generally giving yourself time to relax and de-stress is a great anti-ageing technique in itself! It can be hard to afford the time for relaxation day-to-day, but assigning yourself some time to do so at the spa can be extremely advantageous.

3. Promotes a Better Sleep

If you struggle with sleep, one of the many benefits of a spa trip is that many treatments can help you to catch more of those valuable Z’s. Massages completely relax your muscles and lower your blood pressure, also helping you to maintain a healthy heart rate, all of which contribute to a better night’s sleep.

4. Relieves Aches and Pains

General aches and pains are a common occurrence for many, with exercise, sleeping on an unsupportive mattress, and sitting for long periods of time at a desk all contributing to them. A great way of relieving these aches is via a relaxing massage, either full body or one that focuses on your problem areas, which helps to fully relax the muscle tissue.

Our Hot Stone Massage, Swedish Massage, Deep Muscle Massage and Muscle Reviver are all fantastic at massaging out those nuisance aches and pains. Visit our body massage page for more information!

5. Supports Weight Loss

There are various theories when it comes to the relationship between spa treatments and weight loss, but many support a relationship between the two. Hot spa treatments open up the skin’s pores, help the body to ward off toxins, and also encourage the body to burn calories. Additionally, deep tissue massages can help the body to break down fatty deposits through the pressure and friction exerted on the skin.

Of course, all of these would need to be in conjunction with diet and exercise to have a profound effect, but it’s rather nice knowing that you’re burning a few calories and fighting off that cellulite during your lovely massage!

6. Improved Blood Flow and Circulation

Another fantastic benefit of a body massage, particularly when having them frequently, is that they regulate your blood pressure and also improve your blood circulation. This has many advantageous effects to your health, including support with helping the body to fight off illnesses. For more benefits of improved blood circulation, take a look at this Livestrong article.

7. Preventing Varicose Veins

Being on your feet all day can really start to take its toll on your body. Standing up for long periods of time is linked to developing varicose veins, which are swollen and enlarged veins. However, leg massages can help to prevent varicose veins from developing in the first place. If you’re on your feet all day, treat your legs to the massage they deserve!

8. Increased Happiness

Among the many benefits of spa treatments is the biological effect it has on your body, particularly in regards to your happiness levels. Massages at the spa are known to release serotonin, which is the hormone associated with happiness, and thus helps to improve your mood once your massage has finished! This doesn’t just have an effect post-massage, but you can reap the benefits of this boost for the following days too.

9. Reduced Frequency of Headaches

Many of us are prone to headaches every now and then, but they can become particularly more frequent during periods of high stress. Luckily, one of the brilliant benefits of visiting a spa is that many treatments, such as head massages and hand massages, can contribute to decreasing the frequency of headaches. The reason behind this being that massages help to relieve the tension that often causes headaches in the first place.

10. Promotes Radiant Skin

If you have problem skin or your face is feeling particularly dry, a facial can help to thoroughly clean and hydrate the skin by giving it the nourishment it needs to look bright and glowy. During winter, the harsh outdoor elements combined with home and car heating can take its toll on your skin and dry it out. However, a quality facial can help to relieve this by thoroughly cleaning and hydrating the skin.

We, alongside our wonderful ESPA products, offer some fantastic facials to rejuvenate your skin. Having expert therapists using quality products is imperative for allowing you to get the most out of your facial, which is why we offer only the best!

Benefits of Body Massage with Le Mas Candille

It’s clear from the above points that the benefits of spa treatments extend far beyond the massage table! Christmas time, although exciting, can be a particularly busy and stressful time for many, and there has never been a better time to visit the spa! Alternatively, why not take a trip in the new year, but have it booked so that you have something to look forward to?

Either way, we have a sensational spa here in Mougins, France, and you can book your spa treatments via our online form. Why not make your trip extra special by booking a stay in our spa hotel? Find out more about a spa hotel and its benefits in our previous blog post.