Heavenly Spa By Westin at The Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City

Farm-to-table treatments have found an unlikely new home in the desert with the opening of Heavenly Spa by Westin at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City. The 4,000-square-foot luxury spa spans the entire length of the hotel’s sixth floor and includes 20 treatment rooms, separate men’s and women’s facilities, and more. Guests can select from a full menu of services exclusively incorporating FarmHouse Fresh products. Treatment highlights include:

  • Food for the Skin Facial ($78, 30 minutes; $124, 50 minutes) features seasonal products such as a creamy green tea milk wash and a natural exfoliator made of burdock root, mango butter, skin-enhancing rice powder and whole milk. A treatment mask made of seasonal farm-fresh ingredients is applied followed by a three milk botanical peptide moisturizer for a firm and hydrated appearance.
  • Avocado Soother ($124, 50 minutes) is the ultimate cooling treatment to bring renewed energy to over-heated skin. This treatment begins with a nectar whole milk bath soak that soothes skin and is followed by a lightly chilled, refreshing avocado mask application that infuses skin with moisture-locking ingredients like avocado butter and skin feeding super antioxidants—green tea, goji fruit and pomegranate.
  • Gentleman’s Hot Scour Body Scrub ($75, 30 minutes) features a full-body dry-brushing exfoliation technique and a warm molten scrubdown with a brown sugar and whiskey scrub, rich in fragrant notes of real bourbon, gingersnap, pecan, and caramelized brown sugar, leaving men's skin soft, radiant and renewed.

Beyond the treatment tables, natural design elements, high ceilings, and unparalleled views of the iconic buildings of the Dubai skyline make Heavenly Spa by Westin a luxurious desert retreat. “We are so proud to have been selected by the Heavenly Spa by Westin, and it couldn’t have been a better spa debut for our brand in the UAE,” says Shannon McLinden, CEO of FarmHouse Fresh. “This spa places importance on the guest’s wellbeing, and carefully selected brands featuring only all-natural products for its services and retail.”

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