A Twist on Tomato-Based Drinks in Spas

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The treatment room isn’t the only place spa-goers can reap the benefits of tomatoes. They are also a popular ingredient in food and beverages served in spas. At the Spa Café at The Spa at The Bicycle Hotel Casino (Bell Gardens, CA), guests can opt for The Kitchen Sink ($6) drink, which includes a combination of apple, banana, carrots, celery, cucumber, grapes, papaya, parsley, pineapple, spinach, and tomato. Similarly, at the Spa at the Boulders at Boulders Resort & Spa (Scottsdale, AZ), guests can enjoy a tasty Bloody Mary ($12), which includes juice from tomatoes picked directly from the spa’s 5,600-square-foot organic garden. 

Read More: The Skincare Benefits of Tomatoes and How Tomatoes Protect Skin From the Inside Out

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