Hot Spa Treatments for Cold Days

Whether you and clients are bundling up to brave the extreme cold temperatures sweeping the nation or are tuning into updates about them, one thing is for certain, everyone around the U.S. could use a warming treatment. Here’s a few sure to banish winter blues:

  • Renew body and mind with this seasonal 50-minute hydrating wrap. Your body is exfoliated, smoothed, softened and then wrapped in warm layers. A restorative scalp and foot massage balance the whole body.
  • Cool outside
  • A nurturing wrap with a warming concoction of shea butter, cinnamon, licorice root and clove.
  • - See more at: http://hiatusspa.com/locations/austin/austin-services/body-treatments/#sthash.J7Tml3Hj.dpuf
  • Renew body and mind with this seasonal 50-minute hydrating wrap. Your body is exfoliated, smoothed, softened and then wrapped in warm layers. A restorative scalp and foot massage balance the whole body.
  • Cool outside
  • A nurturing wrap with a warming concoction of shea butter, cinnamon, licorice root and clove.
  • - See more at: http://hiatusspa.com/locations/austin/austin-services/body-treatments/#sthash.J7Tml3Hj.dpuf
  • Island Guava Escape Manicure ($55, 50 minutes) and Pedicure ($65, 50 minutes) whisks spa-goers at Cascade Spa at Mill Falls at The Lake (Meredith, NH) to a tropical getaway with a warm Coconut Milk Bath Soak, exfoliation, and warm Body Butter cream to revive dry winter skin.
  • Deep Forest Massage ($150, 50 minutes) at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Laguna Niguel (Dana Point, CA) uses Naturopathica's Deep Forest Bath & Body Oil and a Peppermint Foot & Body Cream foot rub to bring forth a sense of warmth for guests.
  • Revitalizing Body Wrap ($100, 50 minutes) at Hiatus Spa + Retreat (Austin and Dallas) is available in a cold weather version with a concoction of shea butter, cinnamon, licorice root, and clove to warm guests all over.

What do you clients crave when the temperatures drop?

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