- $75 toward spa services at Apothecary Wellness
- Best Holistic Spa, 2009 in Baltimore Magazine
- Choose from massage therapy, waxing, acupuncture, and more
- Licensed staff
- Zen-like atmosphere
- Eco-friendly and organic products
- Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Baltimore Magazine named Apothecary Wellness the Best Holistic Spa in 2009, saying: > * Try not to weep with joy as the ladies of Apothecary Wellness tend to anything that ails you, from lower back pain to knots in your shoulder blades to mottled skin. Unlike many spa settings that are all about the artifice without delivering high-quality treatment, Rachel Costello (a licensed massage therapist) and Christine Cochrum (a clinical nutritionist and aesthetician specializing in holistic skin care) offer all the accoutrements… – Baltimore Magazine
Reviewers on Insider Pages give a perfect five-star rating: > * The atmosphere & service were top notch! –Valisha J. > * Christine gives the most amazing facials. You’ll leave refreshed and glowing. And be sure to try the Thai massage. It’s a unique and relaxing experience. – amy M.
Apothecary Wellness Spa's service menu may be long and diverse, but every treatment has one thing in common: holistic, eco-friendly products and techniques that calm the mind and reveal beauty naturally. Facials rely on formulas from Naturopathica and Ilike Organic Skincare to purify and revitalize complexions through fully personalized treatments, each of which include soothing massages and a bounty of hot towels. Custom-massage sessions benefit from the addition of individually blended essential oils, and body treatments soften the skin by imparting essences of wholesome fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Even the waxing treatments take a natural approach by using Nufree, a plant-based, hair-removal formula that's naturally antibacterial and free of waxes and sugars, resulting in less skin irritation than the hard waxes or recently-lit birthday candles used by other spas.