Often described as The Queen of Body Treatments, Lulur is an exfoliation and polishing process that has been practised in the palaces of Bali and Java for centuries and is still practised among Indonesian women and spa goers in Asia.
The health practitioner makes a paste of sandalwood, turmeric, ground nuts, rice and other scented woods. The paste is then painted on the body and is left to dry. The dried paste is then gently rubbed off, which polishes and exfoliates the skin.
Lulur beautifies and softens your skin and leaves your skin smoother and fresher looking. You can use lulur once or twice a week with no problem, after one or two month you could reduce to twice a month.
In “Mandi Lulur” (lulur bath) the treatment is completed with a warm bath filled with scented flowers.