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The Fortune Telling Facial

While reading British Elle at a spa the other day, I couldn't help but notice an article about famous facialist Debbie Mitchell, from the Heaven Skin Care Salon in London. Her facials are a little bit unorthodox. In fact, she doesn't do the typical cleanse, extract and moisturize routine, she also performs psychic healing, massage and an aura reading during your treatment.

Mitchell believes that you skin is a tell-tale sign of your future. By moving her hands up and down your face and body, she can "see" your stress points. Depending on what information your body gives away, she could even talk to you about topics such as your career, your friends, the condition of your heath, how many children you'll have and what sex they'll be. Pretty heavy for a facial, eh?

After she is finished with your aura, she rubs your face and applies the appropriate products for your skin type to cleanse your skin and create the kind of warm glow that radiates from within. However, gaining insight to the unknown while getting pampered doesn't come cheap. A treatment can cost anywhere from £65 to £145 (that's about $130 to $290). What do you think? If you were to take a trip across the pond, would you indulge in a fortune-telling facial?

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leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
I would try it for the fun of it. I do believe in ESP and all the other "spiritual" happenings. So this sounds fun; too bad I'm not going to England until around 2010 when I'm 19. :^(
tati33 tati33 8 years
Sounds fun but not for the price..let me know when there's a sort of special deal going on ;)
mlmoreno47 mlmoreno47 8 years
It sounds like fun besides that pretty inexpensive for a professional facial and massage. If you're on vacation it's a perfect way to let loose without humiliating yourself! I would do it!
welovepandas welovepandas 8 years
sounds nuts to me
welovepandas welovepandas 8 years
sounds nuts to me
Leilanic1 Leilanic1 8 years
i think it would be fun to try it. why not. you don't necessarily have to believe what she is telling you but it could be interesting to hear how accurate she is. i got my fortune read two different times and both times they told me that i was married to the wrong man and that i would be having twins the following year. well they got the man part right! ;)
queencessjosie queencessjosie 8 years
I'm not gonna buy that. The day research shows consistent results proving ESP exists... that's when I'll even consider this kind of stuff. I believe in strong intuition and the ability to profile people well, but psychic healing and such is off the wall to me.
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