Hair Spa: treatment at Gandola Studio

Each and every treatment at Gandola Studio is tailored to the specific needs of our clients. Based in Lugano, Gandola Studio is a professional beauty salon renowned for signature treatment – HairSpa.

Sometimes you simply have to escape the pressures that come with hectic lifestyles, work commitments and everyday life and succumb to relaxation. At Gandola Studio you will be pampered from your Yume chair, an exclusive design from Japan that is so comfortable even people with back problems won’t want to get up. One session is all you need to feel regenerated and completely relaxed. Your Ayurvedic practitioner will take you to your very own cabin for a ritual filled with aromatherapy, chromotherapy and crystal therapy. You will leave this exclusive treatment feeling regenerated – your energies rebalanced and your soul overcome by a sense of inner peace and satisfaction.

Hair Spa revitalises hair. Detoxification removes impurities from the skin, improving overall oxygenation. This reaction, in turn, has an impact on the hair, making it shiny and healthy-looking from the very first application. The use of water enriched with carbon dioxide generates optimal physiological conditions so that you can benefit from the revitalising properties of natural products. Based on Japanese tradition, HairSpa relaxes your scalp in thermal waters to improve circulation at the micro-level.

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