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Types of Northern Traditional Beauty Regimen At MaiSaa Beauty Spa

Maisaa Beauty spa is an alternative Northern traditional spa, that offers ancient methods of beauty treatments on any woman who is interested in looking and feeling beautiful inside and out the old-fashioned way. It was borne out of the need to share the Northern Nigerian age long beauty regimens to other parts of the world. Some of which include;

Dukhaan/Duhrot (Smoke bath):

This is a private beauty ritual using incense laced smoke to detoxify the skin also leaving it perfumed for days. This treat detoxifies and perfumes the body and also tightens the private areas of a woman.


Dilka/Kruhkum (Turmeric scrub):

Dilka is a northern traditional scrub that leaves the skin exfoliated, soft, glowing and fragranced. DILKA and KRUHKUM constitute a major part of “gyran jiki” {beautification phase of wedding preparations}

Halawa (Sugar waxing/ Body Sugaring):

This traditional sugar recipe is one of the most ancient forms of hair removal. The removal is gentle yet exfoliating treatment that leaves your skin smooth and sweet after the process.

Lalle (Henna/Mehndi):

An ancient form of body adornment, henna art is a cultural practice. Henna tattooing is used as a popular form of expressions for luck and happiness and can be found in many ceremonial practices, including marriages, births and Blessings.

MaiSaa Beauty Spa will launch officially on the 30th of July, 2017

Venue:  Mai Saa Spa, 30 Providence Street off 2nd roundabout, Lekki Phase 1
Time: 2pm till 6pm

They also offer customized treatments for Brides, Post bay care treatments aimed at looking after new-mommies and bringing their old self back. If you will like to throw a henna or Arabseque themed party for you and your friends, you can also use their space. We look forward to seeing you at the event right after chuch tomorrow![hr gap=”1″]

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