MSC Cruises enhances beauty treatments across its fleet

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MSC Cruises has announced plans to enhance its beauty and care offerings available to travellers on its fleet, with additional rejuvenating beauty treatments.

 

Guests on the 12 ships of the MSC Cruises’ fleet will now have the opportunity to indulge on a range of targeted wrinkle and dermal filler treatments in a completely secure environment with doctors who have received specialised and exhaustive training.

 

MSC Aurea Spas across the fleet are expected to add to their vast array of services the two following treatments: targeted wrinkle treatments with Botulinum and dermal filler treatments with hyaluronic acid. The former – targeted wrinkle treatments – focuses on forehead and frown lines as well crow’s feet. These non-surgical interventions reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the upper face, resulting in relaxed, more youthful-looking skin. Their rejuvenating effects are visible within days and can be expected to last up to four months.

 

The latter – dermal filler treatments – targets smile, lip and marionette lines and can be used for lip enhancement. Each of these treatments takes advantage of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in the skin, to smooth, soften and replace lost volume, restoring a youthful radiance to the lower face. The results are immediate and typically last up to ten months.

 

All ships on MSC Cruises’ fleet benefit from having a MSC Aurea Spa, an authentic Balinese concept at sea with treatments and beauty facilities. A wide array of beauty treatments for men and women are readily available to MSC guests, wishing to benefit from pampering and relaxation as part of their MSC Cruises holiday experience.

 

Within an MSC Aurea Spa, guests are looked after by expert Balinese masseuses, beauty therapists, manicurists, pedicurists, hair stylists, and a dedicated spa doctor. Bringing them all together for MSC travellers, MSC Cruises created a series of special pampering spa experiences that will make a cruise much more than a holiday but also the perfect rejuvenating break. In addition, it is equipped with a state-of the-art gym with personal trainers and yoga instructors to help those who wish it.

 

MSC Musica – part of the MSC Cruises fleet – is scheduled to cruise the Mediterranean and embark on her Grand Voyage to Dubai in November 2015, calling at Limassol, Cyprus on the way.