Anyone who gets daily email offers from companies such as Groupon and KGB will have been bombarded with cut price vouchers for amongst other things Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment. If you have ever considered having a Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment but have been hesitant because of fears of the unknown, embarrassment, etc. then a cheap offer may be an incentive to go ahead and try one?
A word of warning if you are considering buying a cut price voucher for Colonic Hydrotherapy.
Colonic Hydrotherapy is not a beauty treatment or a quick fix detox.
It is a treatment that should be carried out by a professionally trained and qualified practitioner. Such a practitioner should be experienced enough to be able to give you an effective treatment with relevant aftercare advice regarding diet and any other necessary information regarding your bowel health.
Carrying out a Colonic Irrigation requires skill, care and sensitivity.
Ask yourself if the right criteria for choosing to have such a treatment and who to trust to carry out a treatment is a cheap deal?.
The true cost of a professional Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment is usually around £55 to £75 and will be worth every penny if you find a good practitioner who can help you with health concerns in this area.
As an experienced health care practitioner I don’t work with discount group schemes such as Groupon as I believe that they devalue services and products offered by genuine professionals.