Nikki Spa launches hammam experiences

Treatments at the spa include clay mask applications, hair washes and body massages

Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai has launched Hammam experiences at its spa
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Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai has launched Hammam experiences at its spa

Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai has launched Hammam experiences at its spa.

Hammam treatments include a full body scrub, foam massage, thermal clay body mask, hair wash and conditioning scalp treatment by Le Sens De Marrakech.

Experiences at the spa include the Turkish Delight which is a 60-minute ritual consisting of a deep cleanse, body scrub, foam massage, mud mask application and a hair wash. 

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The one-hour Moroccan Bath experience is inclusive of a body cleanse using an olive paste, exfoliation and body scrub with a traditional kessa, a Rhassoul clay mask application and a hair wash.

The 90-minute Luxx Hammam treatment features a body scrub, massage and hair wash as well as a back, neck and shoulder massage.

Finally, the Ultimate Hammam experience which is a 120-minute treatment offers a choice between Turkish Delight or Moroccan Bath followed by a personalised body massage.

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