Nilaya Spa offers an intriguing Red Wine Therapy Body Scrub

Nilaya Spa at Radisson Blu Pune Hinjawadi introduces This Red Wine extract enriched cream therapy that provides powerful antioxidant protection for the entire surface of the body and at the same time it penetrates to strengthen and repair connective tissue.

This Scrub is designed to gently polish your skin to a rosy glow. It contains powerful antioxidants, from red wine, grape seed oil, and vitamin E and other therapeutic ingredients making this an incredibly healing, anti-aging body scrub.

The therapists at Nilaya Spa are well versed in the art of massage and guide through the elevating experience that results in skin revitalization and ultimate relaxation.

Come and enjoy the best of these therapies at Radisson Blu Pune Hinjawadi that leaves you totally relaxed and fresh.

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