From Our Editors
Upon stepping into Hugh Spa’s red, white, and black lobby, women begin a soothing journey at once rustically luxurious and fashionably urban. With walls and floors furnished entirely in natural elements and no artificial paint, the toxin-free sanctuary is compartmentalized into several distinct environments of varying colors, temperatures, and healing modalities.
In the charcoal mud clay room, guests lie in beds of tiny clay balls that give off infrared energy believed to help in detoxification, and the jade steam sauna releases vapors from a boiling mixture of wormwood and herbal remedies to heal bodies inside and out. The infrared magnet room applies cutting edge technologies that complement the ancient remedies of the Himalayan salt room, and the ice room counteracts the heat of the sauna to keep human customers comfortable and snowman customers from being discovered. Bodies further the tension- and toxin-releasing experience with spa services such as body scrubs and acupressure, then refuel with traditional, MSG-free Korean cuisine in the cafeteria.
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