Hey Everyone! 🙂 Last month my girls and I decided to go check out a few places in Ikeja. We went to Spa Lavender, Indigo Boutique (posts on these soon) and BNatural
I heard about BNatural Spa a lot when I just moved back to Lagos, I even got a mani/pedi at the one in Abuja when I went out there to register for my NYSC. But I never managed to get to the one in Lagos until now.
BNatural Spa sits on a very large property in GRA Ikeja, Lagos. They’ve got a hair salon, nail room, a makeup studio, a barbers’, treatment rooms and a Moroccan Hammam building.
As I was walking around a lovely lady came up to me and asked if I was ok. At this point i was in the makeover room, so I assumed she was a makeup artist.
But she turned out to be the Manager and I when mentioned my blog to her she was so helpful and asked to give me a private tour.
This is the manipedi area. I love that this area is solely dedicated to getting your nails done. I was also very impressed to see that they offer the Shellac/Gellish manicure. So all you ladies that live on the mainland you can get your Shellac manicure here for N2000! I got my nails done and was happy with them.
Incase you were wondering the second picture in the collage above is the ceiling in the mani/pedi area. I thought it was so pretty, had to take a picture.
The wash basins at BNatural are sooo weird. They are almost like flat beds. Which means you are practically laying down on your back while you get your hair shampooed, don’t know about you guys I found this really weird and a little uncomfortable. But it was something new, I guess… For me anyway.
This wash basin is in the barbers’ by the way, but they’ve got the exact same in the salon.
I got my hair done at the salon. Nothing major, just a wash and blow-dry. But since I had a weave I was asked to sit under the hair dryer for a while, so the wefts could dry. After 30 minutes I started getting agitated, because the hairdryers are a little funny. I had to ask the stylist if they were dryers or steamers. Cos they looked like steamers, but he said something about them being ‘American Dryers’ or something. But they weren’t really drying much and I was getting more impatient by the second. After a while I just asked for my hair to be blow-dried, didn’t care if the wefts were dry or not. I’d had enough of the ‘dryer’, that wasn’t exactly drying anything.
The ‘Culprits’..lol… Can you see said dryers here on the right. Funny looking, no? Still think they’re steamers(…. Just messing! :p)
Colonic Room. Both my girls got colonics when we went back the next weekend. I was too chicken, couldn’t do it! But watching the ENTIRE process was hilarious and disturbing. I’ll just say we definitely ‘over-shared’ a LOT that day. lol
Outdoor Pool (at the top) and indoor chill out areas (at the bottom).
BNatural have got a lot of beauty treatments on their books. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that they offer laser hair removal (verrrryyyy tempted to give this a try). If you want to know what sort of treatments they offer just give them a ring, I’ll provide the contact details at the end of this post.
All in all my visit to BNatural was lovely, I couldn’t stop ‘oohing’ and ‘aching’, it was THAT visually appealing. Can’t say much about the treatments as I haven’t had anything done yet except one, and I’ve got a review on that going up soon.
11 Oduduwa Way
Telephone Numbers: 08098028772, 08098038772
Here’s a little sneak peek of what’s to come in my next BNatural Post