Signing Off: Capricorn
Capricorns can derive great benefit from a spa visit, as it affords them an opportunity to relax and unwind, something that those born under this hard-working, goal-driven sign often need. It can help them recommit to making their personal well-being—rather than just their work and family obligations—a top priority. Because their sign governs the bones, joints, and skin, they may want to pay closer attention to these areas. Prone to rigidity and a highly structured nature, treatments that allow Capricorns to relax their bodies and minds will do wonders for their vitality.
Pragmatic Capricorns are more inclined toward no frills than bells and whistles. As such, they may prefer simple, straightforward, and traditional treatments rather than those that are more avant-garde.
Committed: Taking a slow and steady tact, Capricorns are dedicated and committed to reaching their goals. If they are given a map of health with clear directions, they are likely to stay on the path to reach their long-term destination.
Frugal: Placing a high value on material resources, Capricorns are prudent when it comes to spending money. Packages and discounts will appeal to them, as will their being better able to understand the value that a spa service has toward bolstering their long-term health.
Frankincense: Frankincense features a fragrance that inspires a centered knowingness. It also boasts great cosmetic and therapeutic properties including being a skin rejuvenator and a balm for rheumatic pain.
Cedarwood: Like Capricorns, cedarwood is a hard worker that may act slowly but is famous for its efficacy and persistence. It’s great for the skin and the joints, with a fragrance said to dispel anxiety and encourage fortitude.
Food for Thought
Almonds: A handy snack for Capricorns on the go, almonds are packed with nutrients that help maintain strong bones. Additionally, they offer heart-healthy benefits.
Goat Cheese: A food from their totem animal, goat cheese is a snack that can also treat health. It’s a source of bone-building calcium, and many people—even those usually sensitive to dairy products—find it easier to digest than cheese made from cow’s milk.