6 Spa Treatments That Target Sun-Damaged Skin

The Spa at The Palms Turks and Caicos offers the Sun Rejuvenation Wrap ($200, 60 minutes), which helps to rehydrate sunburned skin with a soothing application of mint, cucumber, yogurt, honey, and lemon. While the skin is healing, the guest receives a face and scalp massage.

The Spa at Sandpearl at Sandpearl Resort (Clearwater Beach, FL) offers The Quenching Aloe Wrap ($175, 60 minutes), which combines organic aloe vera, nourishing algae, and calming chamomile. The treatment includes a scalp and neck massage, as well as an invigorating foot massage with cooling alpine foot balm.

The Exotic Coco Sun Salutation ($375, 90 minutes) at Aman Spa at Amanyara (Turks and Caicos) is a pre- or post-sun ritual that includes a sea salt and coconut oil exfoliation and a warm oil body. The pre-sun treatment is recommended at the beginning of the guest’s stay and concludes with a hydrating balm to conclude. The post-sun treatment starts with a nourishing aloe vera wrap to cool and soothe the skin, followed by a scalp and hair treatment, and an express facial. A body butter is applied to further hydrate.

The Yaca-Aloe Skin Quencher ($285, 2 hours) at Conrad Spa at Conrad Punta de Mita (Mexico) includes local aloe and yaca to repair and hydrate sun-exposed body and face, leaving it luminous and renewed. The treatment also includes a gentle scalp massage and an organic facial to hydrate and pamper the skin.

The Almond Orange Body Polish ($225, 50 minutes) at Life in Balance Spa at Miraval Berkshires (Lenox, MA) addresses sun damage, dryness, and hyperpigmentation with a skin-brightening body cleanse and circulation-stimulating exfoliation.

Away Spa at W Austin (TX) offers the Quench Body Treatment ($235, 60 minutes), which helps to restore moisture balance to improve skin tone and elasticity with a soft and creamy body mask. It is ideal post-sun exposure, and for dull and bumpy skin.