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HANDS ON: Clarins' Art of Touch uses only the finest plant-based products to create a personalised treatment which a machine is not able to provide.

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HANDS ON: Damai Spa's facial oil massage and body scrub. 'Under the trained touch of an experienced therapist, the different locations of nerve endings and muscle structure which vary from body to body can be reached and sensed accurately, whereas technology and machines tend to be fixed on certain spots on the body making it harder to vary the treatment for different bodies,' says Karu Nanithi, director of Damai Spa

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HANDS ON: Damai Spa's facial oil massage and body scrub. 'Under the trained touch of an experienced therapist, the different locations of nerve endings and muscle structure which vary from body to body can be reached and sensed accurately, whereas technology and machines tend to be fixed on certain spots on the body making it harder to vary the treatment for different bodies,' says Karu Nanithi, director of Damai Spa

The personal touch

Sci-fi-esque machines promising to zap away flaws may be generating the most buzz, but don't dismiss the power of old-fashioned touch for a pampering beauty fix.
Feb 14, 2015 5:50 AM

FROM procedures to freeze away fats to light-emitting contraptions to lift, lighten and regenerate skin, it seems like we're at the mercy of machines when it comes to looking good. But rather than resorting to the latest technological innovations in amping up their spa menus, beauty specialists

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