• Nicole Lawrence

Well-Known and Obscure Spa Treatments



Spa’s can be a unique and relaxing way to celebrate a special occasion or recent life achievement. When you think about spas, what's the first thing that comes to mind? For many, it's thoughts of facials, massages, and mani/pedis. However, despite those that are well-known, there are many unique unheard-of spa treatments. In this guide, we're covering both the well-known and obscure spa treatments you can experience the next time you visit a resort.


Facials


Some of the most popular treatments people receive at spas are facials. Aestheticians use various products for exfoliating, massaging, moisturizing, peeling off dead skin, and steaming your facial skin. In addition to unclogging pores, facials also help enhance blood circulation. You'll find that some facial treatments are specifically for addressing dark circles and eye puffiness.


Eyebrow Enhancements


One of the most popular eyebrow enhancement spa treatments involves micro-blading. However, there's much apprehension and skepticism about this treatment. As a result, ombre brow is 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.


Mud Therapy


For many years, hammam beds, mud therapy, and saunas have circulated through spas for relaxation. As people realize their benefits, these treatments are growing in popularity. Often used to help draw impurities from the skin, boost your immune system or offer you a more relaxed state to achieve a better night's sleep. In addition, mud therapy is thought to help temporarily relieve pain from arthritis and even improve skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.


Forest Bathing


You might also hear forest bathing as Shinrin-yoku. A Japanese technique to enhance healing and therapy by stimulating the power of nature. This spa-like technique involves walking through the forest. The ultimate reconnection with nature, completely uninterrupted. According to experts, forest bathing can help reduce stress, reduce cortisol levels, and relieve depression.


Yoga Skin


Yoga skin is a treatment that gives your skin a fresh, glowing, and lush feeling. While this is a popular spa treatment, you can replicate similar results when you return home using products you have in your home. These products include facial oil, glow drops, foundation, and liquid illuminators.


The fast-paced world we're living in today means it's challenging to predict daily activities, stress levels, and health outcomes. Trends in the spa industry are continually evolving, and you can take advantage of what they have to offer on your next vacation. Schedule a 15-minute quick "Hello" chat to start planning your next spa getaway!

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