Nature’s Spa and Wellness offers an array of massages, body-wrap and scrub treatments, and facial and waxing services, administered by a talented staff of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians. A 60-minute Swedish massage ($80) repeatedly pats one on the back, and a tender-touch facial ($65), which uses Dermalogica and Eminence skincare products, cleanses, exfoliates, moisturizes, and glowifies faces. For de-furring, wax brows ($15), chest ($50), a full leg and bikini ($80), and more. If allergies or too many nights spent drinking whole cashews have clogged your inner well-being, go for the popular ultimate-detox body wrap ($140). A lymphatic-draining brush will prepare the skin for mineral cleansing before an herbal mud is applied and the skin is cocooned in a heat-holding wrap. Finally, a massage flushes out negative byproducts, leaving your body clear. This 105-minute treatment includes the spa tub, dry sauna, and detox tea.
"Studies show you that you are the age you look," The Saltz Medical Spa states on their website. "Rejuvenate from the inside out." Aiming to help their clients achieve just that goal, the med spa's staff of medical professionals and aestheticians revive the skin, enhance beauty, and assist in meeting weight-loss goals. There's room for internal calm, too?an on-staff massage therapist eases mental and physical tension, and a nutritionist can help improve patrons' diets, leading to increased energy and a new fondness for kale.
Recently featured in VERVE magazine, four to five tons of Himalayan salt cling to the walls of The Salt Spa of Asheville's salt room, which casts a modern spin on this ancient Eastern healing remedy with radiant floor heating and a high?tech halogenerator. As the generator spills a dry saline aerosol into the air, the tranquil environs seek to fortify guests' immune systems with negative ions to combat such issues as asthma, allergies, high blood pressure, and migraines. The salt spa's staff furthers guests' relaxation with soft music and color-changing light therapy as guests recline in zero-gravity chairs, which are more comfortable than being crushed by extra-gravity chairs.