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21st Oct 2012 3:25pm | By Editor
The bods behind hydrotherapy preach that water and oxygen help to improve the skin’s condition.
We thought it all sounded a bit ridiculous. But then they sprayed our faces with a high-pressure jet (supposedly, it releases oxygen, mixed with water and vitamins).
It’s like a surprisingly refreshing encounter with an air-con unit. Next, a soothing face mask and massage to aid sun damage. Now we’re softer, smoother and... converted. £85
Hydro Healing spa, W11 1NR
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