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Some little-known (but amazing!) spa treatments

You’ll want to book these at your next resort vacation!

When you think about going to a spa, what's the first thing that comes to mind?

Maybe facials, massages, and mani/pedis?

Yep, I thought that’s what you’d say. Today I’m going to give you a run-down of some treatments you might not be familiar with…but once you hear about them, you’ll want ALL of them next time you visit a resort!


Facials are super popular; if you’ve never had one, you’re definitely missing out.

Aestheticians use various products for exfoliating, massaging, moisturizing, peeling off dead skin, and steaming your face.

In addition to unclogging pores, facials also help enhance blood circulation.

Some great ones address dark circles and eye puffiness—sign me up!

Eyebrow Enhancements

One popular eyebrow-enhancing treatment is micro-blading.

Some people are skeptical or fearful about this treatment. If that’s you, you might want to look into ombre brow, a new technique that's trending.

The process involves using engraved needles that create a soft and moderate brow darkening.

Volcanic Skincare

When someone hears about a volcano, the last thing they typically think about is skincare.

There's an emerging trend in using volcanic minerals to enhance skincare.

These minerals include iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium chloride, and sulfur. These are said to be great for reducing inflammation and detoxifying your skin. Sounds pretty amazing, right?

Mud Therapy

For many years, hammam beds, mud therapy, and saunas have been available in spas. As people realize their benefits, these treatments are becoming more popular.

Mud therapy is often used to help draw impurities from the skin, boost your immune system or simply offer you a more relaxed state to achieve a better night's sleep.

It’s also thought to help aid in the temporary relief of pain from arthritis and even improve skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

Forest Bathing

Forest bathing is also known as Shinrin-yoku.

A Japanese technique to enhance healing and therapy by drawing on the power of nature.

This spa-like technique involves walking through the forest, providing a reconnection with nature, completely uninterrupted.

According to experts, forest bathing can help reduce stress and cortisol levels, and relieve depression.

Yoga Skin

Yoga skin is a treatment that leaves your skin feeling fresh, glowing, and lush. It’s a fast-growing skincare trend which is about creating healthy and radiant skin.

Products include facial oil, glow drops, foundation, and liquid illuminator.

What do you think? Are you ready to book your next unusual treatment? Good resort spas include some amazing nontraditional treatments. Be willing to try the unusual; you might find a new favorite! Let me know if I can help you plan your next resort getaway, and I can help hook you up with some spa treatments while you’re there.


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