Incorporate High-Tech Devices in Spa Treatments

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Many spas are incorporating high-tech devices into treatments to offer added benefits and an enhanced spa experience to help clients in their quest for younger- and healthier-looking skin. Here’s a look at some spas that use the power of handheld devices to bring treatments to the next level.

The Wow Brow ($25) and Lip Definer ($25) facial add-ons at Spa Mirbeau at Mirbeau Inn & Spa (Skaneateles, NY) utilize microcurrent technology in the NuFace Trinity Pro facial toning device to lift brows, open the eyes, and add volume to the lips by lifting and sculpting the jaw line and reducing the appearance of smile lines. 

The LightStim Enhancement ($80, 25 minutes) at The Spa at The Lodge at Woodloch (Hawley, PA) uses the device’s LED technology to emit multiple wavelengths of light that penetrate into the deeper layers of skin. It is recommended as an anti-aging treatment to promote the production of collagen and elastin, eliminate fine lines and wrinkles, and restore a youthful appearance; or as an acne treatment to heal and calm breakouts, inhibit bacteria growth, and restore clear and healthy-looking skin. 

The Epicuren Eye Treatment ($35) at The Spa at PGA National Resort (Palm Beach Gardens, FL) is an enzyme mask that helps tighten the skin around the eyes and reduce the appearance of fine lines with the help of the Clarisonic Opal device. 

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