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Foot baths touted as key to health and well being

Date Posted: 2006-09-22

Ion cleansers are out to make your live a bit more pleasurable.

An esthetic parlor near Camp Foster is promoting its ionCleanse foot baths as a way “to feel lighter, and to experience a greater feeling of well being.” Sivilla offers the foot baths every day except Sundays and Japanese holidays. The baths, says a Sivilla spokesperson, “use ionCleanse in combination with a healthy, low stress lifestyle, to maintain high energy levels.” The detoxification works well, says the spokesperson, for people experiencing pain, edema, and swollen and deteriorating joint.

The baths work best over a 14 session regimen, changing toxic buildup by reversing them through whole body detoxification. Ions travel through the body quickly, attaching themselves to toxic substances. The clinic spokesperson says customers can see readily the various toxins being removed from their systems.

Sivilla also offers a variety of hair removal services, including Brazilian Wax for Y5,250, Full Body Wax for Y15,750, and an Eye Brow Wax for Y1,575.

Dermabrasion treatments with vitamin C are Y8,400 and detox treatments are Y3,150.

Sivilla is open 9am~7pm Monday through Friday, and 9am~6pm on Saturdays. To get to the parlor, take the Camp Foster commissary gate and turn left onto Highway 58, traveling south until the Isa intersection. Turn left onto Route 81, and look for the building on the left, across from House of 66 cents. Sivilla is located on the second floor. Reservations can be made at 098-893-3331.

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