4 New & Innovative Tomato-Based Treatments

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Discover some of the tomato-based treatments and packages offered at spas.

The St. Regis’ Signature ‘Bloody Mary’ Inspired Ritual ($414, 2 hours 30 minutes) at Remède Spa Bali (Nusa Dua, Indonesia): This treatment, which incorporates Babor products, begins with an energizing pineapple, tomato, and wasabi body reviver followed by a skin-purifying vodka tomato clay wrap. Next, a massage and tomato-based mineral salt bath complete the service. For an extra charge, guests can enjoy freshly shucked oysters in coriander tomato water in the spa gazebo. 

  • Facial Tomato Peel ($100, 60 minutes) at Just For You Salon & Spa (Tempe, AZ): Utilizing Skin Script products, this service includes a tomato peel paste that is applied to the face for 20 minutes to kill bacteria and clean the pores, followed by up to a five-layer Jessner peel. 


  • Red Wine Collagen Facial ($155, 80 minutes) at Spa Marbella at Mission Inn Resort & Club (Howey-in-the-Hills, FL): This facial includes Skin Fitness Therapy products that feature a cocktail of ingredients including blueberries, cherries, pomegranates, red wine grapes, and tomatoes, which leave skin with a healthier and more radiant appearance. 


  • Nourishing Organic Body Wrap ($100, 50 minutes) at The Spa at Traditions at Traditions at the Glen Resort and Hotel (Johnson City, NY): This body wrap, relying on Comfort Zone products, includes a firming and hydrating mask of antioxidant botanical extracts, such as red beet, spinach, and tomato. This full-body wrap leaves the skin toned and balanced. 


  • Hair Treatment ($19) at Spa Holistico at Ixtapan Spa Yoga & Fitness Resort (Ixtapan de la Sal, Mexico): This two-part hair treatment starts with a homemade almond oil, castor oil, and olive oil formula to hydrate hair, followed by a tomato-based formula to soften it and leave it shiny.

Read More: A Twist on Tomato-Based Drinks in Spas and The Skincare Benefits of Tomatoes

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