New Manhattan Spa Inspired by Cleopatra

Bioxage Spa at Roosevelt Hotel

The riches of the Dead Sea are being discovered in midtown Manhattan at the new Bioxage Spa, a 1,000-square-foot, four-treatment-room retreat nestled on the ground floor of The Roosevelt Hotel. The spa offers services using the exclusive line of Bioxage products infused with authentic ingredients from the Dead Sea. “The products are paraben free and targeted to repair, moisturize, lift, treat, tighten, neutralize free-radical damage, boost cellular renewal, and balance the skin,” says spa coordinator Kim Schmidt. “Ingredients sourced from the Dead Sea have been used throughout history for healing by the likes of Cleopatra, King David, and others.” At Bioxage, modern-day guests are also treated like royalty, thanks to the enticing range of facials, massage, nailcare, and sugaring services performed in the luxe, inviting space, which Schmidt says is a perfect match for the historic hotel. “The partnership was a great opportunity to combine the historical essence of the hotel’s rich past with the elegance and beauty of Bioxage’s high-end spa services.” she says. And perhaps the spa’s most enticing treasure? The Gold Mud ($230, 90 minutes) facial, which involves the penetration of 24-karat gold into the skin to promote rejuvenation. With such precious pampering options, it’s no wonder the spa is quickly making its mark as a New York City gem.

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