Apples and Oranges


Spas and Massage

Apples and Oranges offer you first class body therapy, removing all the tensions, kinks and knots and leaving you refreshed and energised to take on the world. They also offer spa parties and have a range of spa packages for you and your loved ones. It makes for great bonding time.

Apples and Oranges is one of the most unique spas located in Lagos. They hold the strong belief that caring for their valued customers as well as their employees will mean they have a winning business.

Guests and customers are pampered with luxury and special attention. The spa is equipped with licensed therapeutics and practitioners who make sure that the spa gives you the perfect experience. They have three types of memberships, join and save a huge amount of money each time you visit Apples and Oranges.

Services offered include hair services, nail services, massages and waxing. Refreshments are available.


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10 Balarabe Musa Crescent, off Samuel Manuwa, Opposite 1004 Flats, Victoria Island, Lagos-State

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