Eco-Friendly Treatments at the New Baros Maldives Serenity Spa

Serenity Spa // Photo by Baros Maldives

The spa at Baros Maldives Resort, a private, Maldivian-owned island of 75 beach and over-water villas, has introduced a new range of environmentally-sourced products. In light of this new line, the spa has been renamed Serenity Spa as a reflection of its tranquil, romantic, award-winning boutique resort.  
 
The new name ties the enhancement of the treatments and products available to the expertise of the Serenity Spa staff. Each therapist has received personalized training in the use of new treatment mediums and techniques. Their individual skill sets allow them to adapt each treatment to a guest’s unique requirements.
 
The refreshed treatment menu incorporates natural plant benefits combined with decades-old healing traditions. Various types of aromatic ingredients have been sourced from the UK, U.S., and Africa.
 
Treatments such as the TheraNaka Tri-Scented Lime Infused Luxury Massage ($175, 60 min; $215, 90 min) incorporate nourishing and hydrating shea butter blocks placed on the body. There is a medley of over 30 therapies for guests to choose from, guided by the advice of the spa’s skilled practitioners. Guests can also select their own programs for rejuvenation and relaxation.

Popular spa products include Elemis, TheraNaka and Coola, which is a 70 percent organic and reef-friendly line. Guests are welcome to enjoy a complimentary 15-minute Spa Taster on the day of their arrival at Baros Maldives, or on the following day, designed to familiarize guests with the Serenity Spa concept and to enable them to decide which of the available experiences will best suit their needs.

For more information visit the official Baros Maldives' Serenity Spa website.

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