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NB - The drop down menu only allowed me to select 'Accoustic Wave Therapy' but my treatment was in fact an Indian Head Massage.
The Indian Head Massage treatment was a bargain at £8. However I have to say that having received a number of IHM treatments in the past this was more of a neck and shoulder massage - excellent though this was - rather than a true IHM. The therapist was very friendly but seemed to pull at my hair rather than massage my scalp. The salon ambience let down the experience somewhat as the reception area was badly lit and the treatment room was rather untidy and unclean - the floor was littered with discarded towels, cotton wool buds and make up wipes (A tip for any salon - if you are placing your client face down onto a massage table with the cut out slot for the face - make sure underneath the table is clean or your client spends the entire session staring at 'dust bunnies' and other rubbish which has not been swept away!)
In all the treatment was very relaxing. The massage oil which was used had a faint lavendar smell at first but as this later wore off I was left with a rather unpleasant oily smell which I needed to shower off as soon as I returned home.
In conclusion a nice 'neck and shoulder' massage but feel the salon could do a little more with presentation.