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Star sighting at BlueWater Day Spa

Iya Villania, Aljur Abrenica and Ian Batherson are new BWDS endorsers



MANILA, Philippines – Away from the bright lights of show business, some stars choose to retreat to a silent sanctuary where they can contemplate and shake off the pressures of work. After all, celebrities have to make sure that they have healthy glowing skin from head to toe.

In the peaceful silence of the BlueWater Day Spa (BWDS), punctuated by innovative treatments and warm touch of therapists, celebrities Iya Villania, Aljur Abrenica, and Ian Batherson experience the ultimate in wellness and relaxation.

“It is important for celebrities like us to take care of ourselves, especially of our skin,” said Iya. “People will see it when you’re stressed because it will show in your skin.”

For homebody Aljur, whose schedule is packed with tapings and guestings, to spend a few hours for himself to regain his energy means the world to him. Because stress comes with the package of being in the limelight, Ian realizes the need to find time for R&R. “I go to the gym to shape up. But I go to the spa to rejuvenate my tired muscles,” he said.

Iya, Aljur, and Ian need not worry anymore about having both their physical and emotional wellness at check. These three celebrities, recently named BlueWater Day Spa’s endorsers, will have the privilege to avail themselves of world-class services that only this award-winning spa can offer.

Through years of meticulous training and with the unrelenting passion to seek for breakthroughs in the spa industry, BlueWater Day Spa is now at the forefront in beauty and wellness in the Philippines. BWDS is also the popular choice among Filipinos who are in search of a haven to find their natural balance and harmony. Spa enthusiasts can also choose from a wide range of services—massage, facial treatments, body scrubs, body and facial machine treatments, hand and facial machine treatments, hand and foot treatments, waxing, wart removal, and spa party, among others—upon their visit into this spa paradise.

“When I was informed that BWDS was getting me as their endorser, it was not hard to say yes. I mean, I’m a fan of anything that would pamper and relax me,” Iya said. Aljur, meanwhile, has already heard a lot of good things about BWDS that making him agree to endorse it was a breeze. “My friends regularly visit the spa and enjoy its services,” he said.

Ian loves to have a massage every now and then so it was a welcome surprise for him to be chosen as one of the spa’s endorsers. “BWDS and I have a really good relationship. I was already a fan of the spa even before I became an endorser. I enjoy their services and how therapists attend to your needs really well,” said Ian. “My personal favorite is the Aroma Chakra Massage. After the massage, I felt really good because it was very soothing. I also loved how the therapist talked about how chakra points in my body were healed using the stones.”

Iya and Aljur both love the spa’s unique services, most especially its spa theater. “Going to the spa was an individual thing before. With the spa theater, you get to enjoy this moment with your friends,” said Iya. Aljur agreed, “You can relax while having bonding moments with your friends at the same time.”

“As endorsers of BlueWater Day Spa, we have to live by example. Our followers have to see that we live a balanced life because we have BWDS as our partner,” said Iya.

“As I’ve said, most of my friends are already loyal clients of BlueWater Day Spa. I’m glad that I can join them anytime now and experience what they were raving about all this time,” furthered Aljur. “It’s such an honor to be part of the BWDS family. To be an effective spokesperson of the spa, I will ensure that I will live and breathe harmony and healing in everything I do. After all, BWDS is an advocate of holistic wellness.”

Using social media as an information platform, Ian pledges to make his online followers aware of what’s in store for them when they visit any BWDS branch. “It’s all about the power of the word of mouth. If people read about how good services are in the spa, it will pique their interest and pay BWDS a visit. Through this, I get to share with them a part of me that is one satisfied client,” he said.

Now, there is a more compelling reason to visit BlueWater Day Spa. Iya, Aljur, and Ian all agree that a visit to the spa takes them on both physical and emotional healing. These celebrities are confident that once they enter this spa paradise named BlueWater Day Spa, they are in for the ultimate spa experience.

BlueWater Day Spa now has 6 branches strategically located at Ortigas, Makati, Eastwood, Capitol Hills, Tomas Morato and Cotabato City.  Also open for franchising. For more information on BlueWater Day Spa, log on to www.bluewaterdayspa.com


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Tags: Aljur Abrenica , Blue water Day Spa , BWDS , Entertainment , Ian Batherson , Iya Villania , Lifestyle



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