Celebrate Harvest Season with These Wine Inspired Spa Treatments

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If your spa is looking for some seasonally inspired treatments, trying celebrating the fall vineyard harvest. In honor of harvest season, The Spa Hotel Healdsburg (CA) has introduced new wine-inspired spa treatments, available for guests from September 1-October 31.

Each of the three new treatments feature custom blended, antioxidant rich, pomace in fragrant wine scrubs, and masks from Healdsburg-based Wine Country Botanicals.

The Wine Wellness Massage ($215, 80 minutes) is designed to revitalize spa-goers with a wine infused, essential oil massage that stimulates circulation and loosens tight muscles. A warm wine poultice is used over the chest to release tension and enhance breathing, before the treatment is finished with a wine infused cream that’s applied to the feet via heated booties.

A Custom Wine Facial ($215, 80 minutes) is also available that offers a light vitamin C peel and an antioxidant rich wine mask designed to reverse signs of aging and is especially beneficial for clients with sensitive skin, eczema, or rosacea. The treatment is concluded with a softening wine foot scrub.

The Wine Pedicure and Express Manicure ($130, 80 minutes) includes a warm wine salt footbath, scrub, massage, and nail grooming with polish. The service ends with the spa’s signature express manicure.

To top the service off, each treatment is paired with a glass of Lambert Bridge Winery’s Dry Creek Valley Merlot or a glass of JCB Sparkling Rosé.

For more on The Spa Hotel Healdsburg’s wine treatments, visit www.hotelhealdsburg.com/spa.


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