Bodies that are properly cared for perform better, which explains why most Olympic records are held by reanimated mummies. Go for the pharaoh’s gold with today’s Groupon to Vita Revive in Parkville. Choose from the following options:
- For $45, you get one detox body wrap (up to a $100 value).
- For $115, you get three detox body wraps (up to a $300 value).
- For $59, you get a detox package (up to a $150 total value) that includes:
- Detox body wrap (up to a $100 value)
- 30-minute infrared sauna session (a $50 value)
At Vita Revive, detoxification specialists orchestrate body treatments that harmonize inner health with outer beauty by purging internal toxins while illuminating skin. A spa attendant begins each of Vita Revive’s four one-hour body wraps by cleansing soil and spirit-animal slobber from skin before exfoliating weathered body branches. The mediterranean wine and honey wrap ($90) imbues limbs with toxin-dislodging clays and an olive oil that locks in luster; the natural organic moor mud wrap ($90) strengthens skin with minerals, vitamins, and amino acids from an organic peat paste.
Clients can supplement their detoxification by adding a 30-minute dip in the amethyst crystal sauna, which embeds far infrared heat 1.5 inches into tissue in order to melt any icebergs that might sink unsuspecting synapses. The energy radiating throughout the two-person sauna encourages carpools of sweat and subcutaneous fat to take the express lane out of the body.
Like a trail of breadcrumbs in a dense forest, organic spa treatments guide guests to beauty and graceful, healthy aging at Vita Revive's European-inspired retreat. An expert team, including clinical aestheticians, a certified nutritional consultant, and a master reiki practitioner, reflects Vita Revive’s hybrid identity as both a wellness center and a spa. Together, these professionals blend Eastern and Western approaches, soothing stress with the ancient kneading of massage and targeted pressure of reflexology while fighting fine lines and wrinkles with modern facial treatments that rely on glycolic acid, pressurized oxygen, and microcurrents. Advanced technology fuels the spa’s infrared sauna and infrared body wraps, whereas old-fashioned water works its timeless wonders during a Vichy shower, whose high-pressure jets create a rain massage so that clients don't have to squeeze into their dishwasher for a full cycle.
As its name implies, the spa and wellness center incorporates USDA-approved organic ingredients into its treatments, crafting body wraps with seaweed algae extracts, moor mud, and Mediterranean wine and honey. The space itself also pays homage to the natural world with the earthy beige tones and bamboo flooring that outfit seven private treatment rooms.