Hoppiest time at the world’s first pop up Bunny Spa, London

Hoppiest time at the world’s first pop up Bunny Spa, London

  One of the  nicest invites I have had so far this year was to the VIP launch night of the world’s first Bunny Spa in London. I had read about it so I was so excited when an invite popped into my inbox unexpectedly and I hopped there straight away as early as I could to get pampered.

The 7th Heaven Bunny Spa is open from March 11-14 at 44 Shelton Street, minutes from Covent garden tube station. You can receive free treatments on a first come first served basis so get there early to book! If you purchase any gift bags, a percentage of the money goes to the RSPCA and RWAF. Both organisations are on site as well to educate visitors about rabbit welfare, rehoming bunnies and buying cruelty-free products, which I am a massive fan of.

  
I have grown up using 7th Heaven face masks for pampering sessions (they were even available in Kenya) so when I heard that this spa was aiming to raise awareness about such a great cause I was up for it. I love the purposeful parody of humans getting “treated on” while the animals run freely. This is a big message to all those beauty brands who do test on animals.

I had a face mask and a hand and nail treatment and felt utterly pampered and relaxed. 7th Heaven have also launched foot masks which I can’t wait to try and get my feet Spring and summer ready!

 

Excuse the unglamourous look

 The two bunnies on site, Lola and Thor are so cute and I really want a bunny now. They had plenty of hay and lovely treats and there are strict rules in place so they don’t feel harassed or uncomfortable at any point.

   
   
So if you want a spot of pampering and do something different this weekend while contributing to a fabulous cause, head on over to the 7th Heaven Bunny Spa and enjoy yourself!

   
 For more information about 7th Heaven go to http://www.my7thheaven.com

For more information about the RSPCA go to: http://www.rspca.org.uk/home

For more information about the RWAF go to: http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/resources/index.php

 

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