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A new urban spa is set to open in Notting Hill, London, UK, which will focus solely on harnessing the healing properties of water.

Hydrohealing will use a programme-based therapy approach to target three key areas of the body: the mind, the lower digestive system and the skin.

Signature treatments will include hydrofloat for deep relaxation; hydrocolonic to treat toxic overload; a rebalancing and detoxifying foot treatment called hydroflex and hydroblitz, to cleanse the skin.

The spa – which has been founded by Vim Patel and Amo Khan – will offer a variety a product lines, including Dr Haushka, Korres, Aromatherapy Associates and Solgar.

Hydrohealing is scheduled to open in January 2006. Details: www.hydrohealing.com

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A new urban spa is set to open in Notting Hill, London, UK, which will focus solely on harnessing the healing properties of water.
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