At Thea’s Skin and Beauty Clinic, all mums and expecting mums can comfortably enjoy unique beauty and massage experiences, delivered by a team of professional therapists.
We provide safe, beautiful and relaxing experiences, and advice on a number of common pregnancy skin conditions. For safety and well being reasons, we cannot offer treatments to those within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
We look forward to take care of you during your entire nine months of pregnancy and beyond.
We have developed a wonderful series of treatment packages specifically created for all pregnant Mums to be. Our treatments will promote a sense of well being and help you look and feel amazing during this very special time of your life!
MUM TO BE PAMPER PACKAGE
“Pregnancy can feel like an endless wait, but once your little one is here it is a life of endless love.”
- Organic Coconut oil Prenatal Full Body Massage 50min
- Coconut SPA Pedicure 60min
110min – €99pp
(Regular Price €135,00)
PRENATAL MASSAGE – 30min|50min|75min
A prenatal massage can help you eliminate this stress and therefore enable you to lead a healthy life during your pregnancy and beyond.
- Swelling relief
- Increase blood circulation and relief swelling.
- Muscle cramping relief
ORGANIC SPA PEDICURE – 60min
(Milk and Honey or Coconut Pedicure)
Specially designed to energise and invigorate those tired legs. Begins with a soak and scrub to revive those tired legs. Follows a full nail and cuticle care, hard skin removal and extended foot and leg massage. We finish this pedicure off with a buff, shine and polish of your choice!
GLOW MAMA FACIAL – 60min
(Customised Skin Treatment + Consultation)
At Thea’s we offer tailored skin treatment to treat all your pregnancy skin concerns. Wheather this is: breakouts, dry skin, dull & flaky complexion, spots or pigmentation, we have the best facial options for you!
SILKY SMOOTH SKIN WHILE PREGNANT!
Explore variety of our most painless waxing treatments. Patch test required!
MOMMY TO BE PAMPER HAMPER SET
Carefully selected gift box includes:
- Natural Almond Oil for great skin hydration and elasticity
- Nuud – all natural anti odorant! Ideal present for a mum to be as It doesn’t contain any chemicals! Highly effective and totally innocent, offers 3-7 days prevention from odor just from one application. 100% vegan, cruelty free
- Cacao and Shea Butter Aroma Massage Candle – incredibly hydrating and soothing body butter. Great for skin elasticity!
- Juliette Armand Hydrating and Soothing Face Mask – ideal for “me time” when the time is tight for a facial!
- Essie polish – Ballet slippers & a professional nail file – beautiful colour for elegant, natural and clean look of your nails!
- Complimentary personalised hand written card with a message of your choice
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Back in shape after the pregnancy!
Let us show you how! Customised packages for individual clients needs. Treatments available: Maderotherapy, Thermal Blanket, Pressotherapy + Infrared, EMS Electro-Muscle Stimulation, Aromawickel Body Wrapping
Contact us: +353 89 234 6708
FAQ Before your appointment
What is a prenatal massage?
Prenatal massages are adapted for the anatomical changes you go through during pregnancy. In a traditional massage, you might spend half the time lying face-down on your stomach (which is not possible with a baby belly) and half the time facing up (a position that puts pressure on a major blood vessel that can disrupt blood flow to your baby and leave you feeling nauseous).
But as your shape and posture changes, a trained massage therapist will make accommodations with special cushioning systems or holes that allow you to lie face down safely, while providing room for your growing belly and breasts. Or you might lie on your side with the support of pillows and cushions.
Is it safe to get a massage while pregnant?
Of course, Prenatal massages are generally considered safe after the first trimester, as long as you get the green light from your practitioner and you let your massage therapist know you’re pregnant. You might want to avoid massage before then because it can make you dizzy or nauseous — and you probably don’t want to make your morning sickness worse.
Who should avoid massage during pregnancy?
There is a bit of research on the safety of massage for pregnant people. Talk to your doctor about your risk. There are some conditions of pregnancy when you shouldn’t use massage.
As a result, your doctor might advise against getting a massage if you have:
What are the benefits of prenatal massage?
Research shows that massage can reduce stress hormones in your body and relax and loosen your muscles. It can also increase blood flow, which is so important when you’re pregnant, and keep your lymphatic system working at peak efficiency. It also helps to reconnect your mind with your body.
During pregnancy, regular prenatal massages may not only help you relax, but may also relieve:
- Joint pain
- Neck and back pain
- Leg cramping
- Swelling in your hands and feet (as long as that swelling isn’t a result of preeclampsia)
- Headaches and sinus congestion
Is it safe to get a chemical peel while pregnant?
The skin is super sensitive and easily irritated during pregnancy, so it is best if you stay away from abrasive facials and chemical peels when pregnant.
Are facial masks safe during pregnancy?
It depends. There are plenty of chemicals that you should avoid when you’re pregnant, and some of them, like salicylic acid, beta hydroxy acid (BHA), alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), and retinoids are commonly found in beauty products like face mask sheets. We would gladly recommend safe and the best products for your skin!
Is it safe to have a facial while pregnant?
Yes! It is safe for all Mamas like you to get facials during pregnancy, as long as you’re just getting basic treatments, avoiding chemicals and electric currents. If you’re still concerned, make sure to schedule a consultation with one of our skin expert on which facials are best for you before booking a facial appointment.
(353) 89 234 6708
First Floor, Leonard’s Corner House 54, Clanbrassil Street Lower, Dublin 8.
Mon & Tue – Closed
Wed 9am – 5pm
Thu 1pm – 8pm
Fri 10am – 8pm
Sat & Sun 10am – 6pm