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Whereas every other spa probably gives great pedicures to women, they have no clue on what to do for a man.

Wild Earth Day Spa truly scrubs all the dead skin, gives a great massage and snips and buffs nails neatly.

Wild Earth Day Spa in nairobi city kenya

Their massages are also very therapeutic - not just mere oil and press, but go the heart of stress knots and one comes out totally rejuvenated.

I enjoyed my visit at Wild Earth. However, truth told, I actually enjoyed sitting outside in the garden more than the spa treatments themselves.

The garden was tranquil and peaceful and aesthetically harmonious. This in the midst of traffic congested Westlands!My therapist was very attentive.

However, overlapping appointments led to a lot of noise in the water treatment areas when I really wanted to relax, not hear the sauna pumping steam during my massage.

My treaments were adequate, but not exceptional. I was slightly cold the entire time, even though the therapist did turn on the small heater, so guess it was just the room and the season.

I wanted a hydro massage, which for some reason wasnt available, although my regular dry massage was in a room that obviously had water facilities.

Ok, did love the Peace Room - but I didn't get any cupcake!Overall, I would recommend it, as most of my concerns were subjective and may not be a concern to others at all.

The Lounge at Wild Earth Day Spa

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