• For $45, you get three Eurowave body-sculpting sessions (a $90 value), as well as 15% off additional sessions. • For $50, you get five infrared-sauna therapy sessions (a $100 value). • For $100, you get a contour body wrap (a $175 value).
Amid its classy, welcoming confines, the Relaxation Station begins your anxiety-annihilating odyssey with a 60-minute hot-stone massage, which gently infuses muscles with the relaxing heat of smooth, warm basalt rocks, loosening them up enough to be molded into muscle-animals by the therapist's skilled hands. Once bodies are giving off the pulsating neon green glow of perfect tranquility, visages will join in the fun with a full facial that cleanses the skin of grease, gently exfoliates dead cells, and re-moisturizes your radiantly resurfaced dermis before treating both the face and scalp to their own full massages. The Feet Retreat closes out the pampering hat trick with a half-hour foot soak, a callus-demolishing exfoliation, and a knee-to-toe massage—rejuvenating legs tired from long days of stomping on bubble wrap, and feet that are still aching from playing bowling-ball soccer.
The eco-minded team at Island Day Spa nourishes skin with naturally derived formulas that demonstrate respect for the environment. Whether hydrating feet in warm paraffin wax or exfoliating skin with a walnut scrub, staffers employ Aveda products, which are formulated with ingredients such as organic essential oils and cage-free herbs. Microdermabrasion and microcurrent therapy combat fine lines or skin laxity, and Aveda's enzyme- and nutrient-rich products add curative benefits to aromatherapy massages and reflexology sessions.
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Knots Out Massage Therapy's licensed massage therapist Kim Brown and Vogue College of Cosmetology graduate Marla Nier team up to mold bodies into consummate condition with sundry spa services. Reform hirsute bikini lines with a 120-minute Brazilian sugaring ($50), or quell rebellious subnasal follicles by way of a 15-minute lip sugaring ($10). A 60-minute cupping massage ($50) locks relaxation into tired striations, and a 30-minute hot-stone massage ($35) can warm spines into a more comfortable alignment. Imbue weary visages with alertness and brightness by combining pampering and self-care in a 90-minute custom facial ($50), fitted specially to each epidermis's needs, or by dunking your head in a Tupperware container filled with highlighter ink.
Uniting life-coaching and esthetics under one holistic roof, New Beginnings Wellness Spa refines minds and reshapes bodies through a profusion of well-making services. The three-part detoxification session blasts off with GX-99 endermatheraphy, a relaxing vibratory massage amped up by attachments said to stimulate circulation, eliminate fat, and put the finishing touches on cell-phone impersonations. Bodies carry on cleansing with an herbal body wrap, as technicians coat skin in an epidermis-doting mixture, swathing spa-goers in coffee, essential oils, and herbs. Detox trilogies conclude with the client's choice of an alpha deluxe spa capsule session or tea wet steam bath. The pod-shaped alpha capsule encases would-be cosmonauts in an ergonomically contoured bed, abetting metabolism and willing weight loss through a sauna-like dry-heat system. Alternately, the tea steam bath exposes skin to perspiration-producing vapor, clearing glands of bacteria, eliminating epidermal impurities, and preparing bodies for foreign-exchange trips to the Elemental Plane of Fire.