Top Beauty Treatments You Can Get Done On Your Lunchbreak

We all want to look good at all times. But having a busy career and social life can leave you with little time to pamper and preen yourself. Beauty takes time and sometimes there just are not enough hours in the day. But believe it or not, you don’t need to take time off or spend all weekend catching up with your beauty regime. You can keep it perfectly maintained by utilising your lunch break. Here are some top beauty treatments that won’t take longer than 60 minutes, allowing you to stay looking great and on track at work.

Thread lift treatment
In just thirty minutes you could firmer and more youthful looking skin with the help of a thread lift treatment. There procedures are a non-invasive alternative to cosmetic surgery and can be completed in thirty minutes. You can go and have your procedure and still have time for a quick bite to eat before you head back to the office. Beware that these treatments are currently very popular, so book in advance to save disappointment. Your skin is going to look and feel amazing.

Express Manicures

To create a professional look at work, clean and well-manicured nails are a must. It can be tempting to go without polish when you don’t have a lot of time. But there really is no excuse. Many beauty salons and spas now offer express manicures, that can be completed in no time. Standard manicures can come with additional extras; that lengthen their completion time. An express manicure should take a maximum of half an hour. If you are getting a pedicure to match, consider suitable work shoes. Flip flops most likely won’t be seen as professional work attire.

Spray Tans

If your skin is looking paler than you would like, you need a spray tan. If it’s your first time, a professional spray tan expert should be able to complete a full body treatment in fifteen minutes. Leaving you with plenty of time to head out for drinks or lunch with your colleagues. You’ll get back to the office looking like you’ve just come back from your holidays.


If you’re under pressure or stressed out, there’s nothing like a massage to help you unwind. You can choose massage lengths depending on how long your lunch is. Thirty minutes is usually plenty of time to get a full treatment. Research different massage techniques available at your local spa, as this can vary how long they take. It’s an ideal treatment to have during the middle of a busy working day.

When making appointments for any of these treatments always factor in additional times. There could be delays or it may take you a while to travel to the salon or spa. Also consider traffic on the way there and back. You don’t want to be late getting back to work. Plan your time efficiently and you should have no trouble at all. Maybe book a different treatment for one day a week to keep full on top of your beauty regime. You’re bound to feel more in control and you’ll feel better for it.

1 comment:

  1. I never go to the salon because I always thought I needed several hours to get something done, so thanks for pointing out that I don't need to have even an hour to pamper myself! I absolutely love having pretty nails, but had never heard of express manicures before. How are they different than conventional manicures? And do they have the same longevity as the normal ones?