Stuck for Christmas ideas? Consider a course of skin treatments for your loved one
It can be difficult knowing what to get your significant other for Christmas, particularly if you have been together for a long time or are both past the stages of youth when accruing material possessions is the norm.
Once you have built a home together there is often little that is needed and so experiences or services can often be a good fall back for gift ideas. Even if your relationship is in its infancy, if you are much beyond your twenties then it is likely you will have most things that you want or need.
Gifts such as a spa weekend or treatment, or even dermatological treatments, can be a great way of showing your appreciation for your loved one whilst offering them some precious ‘me time’. They also conveniently help to avoid the stockpiling of unwanted gifts in the home.
A course of skin treatments is unlikely to be received as an insult, as women, and more and more men, are turning to such treatments in a bid to make the most of their appearance and to keep looking youthful in a modern world. There’s no taboo over anti-ageing treatments anymore however for many they are a luxury that’s beyond their day-to-day household budget.
The best presents offer thought and an experience or product that the recipient would not buy for themselves as a matter of course. You would need to ascertain whether or not it would be well-received, so a generic discussion about their views on such treatments would be a good idea first!
Beyond that, it is best to buy vouchers rather than select a specific treatment. That way your loved one can keep their options open and discuss their specific needs directly with their doctor. It may be that a course of chemical peels, microdermabrasion or dermaroller therapy will suit them best.
To top it all, what’s not to love about the smiling, healthy and happy glow of your partner and knowing that you have contributed to it?
Happy Christmas shopping!
For information about vouchers for skin treatments, or advice on any of our non-surgical procedures, contact us on 01844 318825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.