Day spa, that is. The luxe Muse Clinic has just opened its (discreetly hidden) doors on Little Oxford Street and inside, it's a light-filled space with a garden courtyard and a flower market (because who doesn't want to take home a bunch of blooms post-treatment?) along with the usual skin clinic accoutrements.

Modern muse: the new Sydney spa with one major point of difference

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Billed as an anti-ageing and wellness destination designed for time-poor professionals, Muse is founded by cosmetic physician Dr Zac Turner and managing director Elly Rigney.  The skincare is serious - the treatment menu lists vitamin infusions (tailored for post-workout, travel and immune assistance), anti-wrinkle injections, collagen stimulators and medical grade peels rather than facials designed purely to pamper. All skin procedures are administered by Dr Turner and resident doctors, and there's also a relationship therapist and brow artist on call.

Modern muse: the new Sydney spa with one major point of difference

Muse is set to operate via a 12-month membership program: clients receive a customised treatment plan for the year with the cost debited monthly. Curious? Visit museclinic.co.

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