There’s a new spa boutique in town – Mary Chia Holdings Limited‘s latest offering centers on a ‘back-to-basics‘ service philosophy where providing quality treatments is its main priority. Officially opened on 21st June 2012 at the Esplanade Xchange, GO60 is at a crossroad accessible from major establishments such as Raffles City Shopping Centre, Suntec City Mall and Marina Square.
Targeted for busy indivuals who do not wish to be committed upfront with a prepaid package, GO60′s main draw is the offering of facials, massages and slimming treatments all at an affordable pricing of S$60 nett each. Say you need a quick perk-me-up before an important date, drop by the boutique and buy yourself a Go Strip! peel treatment that utilizes almonds to rejuvenate your skin. No strings attached.
GO Facial Treatments
※ GO Radiant Facial – Purifying Essence + Concentrate (reflected above)
※ GO Age-Less Facial – Anti-Aging and Reverse Aging Boosters
※ GO Hydrate Facial – Derma Hydra Booster Complex + Masque
※ GO Oil-Free Facial – Sebum Control Complex + Derma Balance Masque
※ GO Spot-Free Facial – Acne Inhibitor + Anti-Bacteria Healing Masque
※ GO Bye-Bye Panda Eyes – Circles Lightening Serum + Anti-Aging Eye Masque
GO Slimming Therapies
※ GO Cellulite-Free – Deep Tissue Massage + Anti-Cellulite Concoct and LT Wrap
※ GO Swell-Free – Detox Marine Mud + Thermal Cocoon
※ GO Cat-Walk – Gyratory Massage + Thermal Wrap
※ GO Bye-Bye Jelly Arms – Deep Tissue Massage + LT Concoct and Wrap
※ GO Shiatsu Pressure-Point Massage – Oil-Free Massage
※ GO Holistic Massage – Soothing Swedish Massage with Aromatic Essential Oils
※ GO Slimming Massage – A Lymph Drainage Massage with Slimming Concoct
Having passed by the venue couple of times, one might mistake the perky exterior for an ice-cream/yogurt parlor. I dropped by earlier this morning and was greeted by the cheery Manju, who would be my therapist for the hour-and-a-half session. After a brief run-through of the opted GO Hydrate Facial, I was led to one of the 5 treatment rooms. Though small, the room managed to fill the necessary requirements – massage bed, a dressing table coupled with cabinet for your belongings etc.
My facial session began with the obligatory cleansing and scrub, followed by a soothing face and shoulder massage using Mentsu Slimming Massage Oil which aims to firm and lift the skin. Next comes the extraction process which was tolerable, and ended with 2 layers of masque – a hydrating cream form layered over Mentsu Collagen Face Paper Mask for the remaining duration. My skin feels absolutely soft and supple, hours after the session. I’m kinda regretted not asking about the hydrating masque(´ロ｀)
All products used are under the Mary Chia umbrella; Mentsu is a Japanese-inspired spa boutique that has since ceased operation but their products are still used at other subsidiaries. The ones below are imported from Australia, targeting different skin concerns.