FarmHouse Fresh Launches Teen-Friendly Spa Treatments at Beaches Resorts

Beaches ResortsFarmHouse Fresh recently introduced their products in teen- and kid-friendly spa treatments at Beaches Resorts in Caribbean destinations. Available at the Beaches resorts in Negril and Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and available in May at Beaches in Turks & Caicos, treatments featuring FarmHouse Fresh products include manicures and pedicures, body treatments, and massage services. Young spa-goers can now select from spa packages, including 45-minute mani-pedi’s and facials and 45-minute to one-hour body treatments, which include non-alcoholic beverages, such as strawberry daquiri, strawberry lemonade, pina colada, agave nectar margarita, or fruit smoothie. The treatments focus on skin hydration and rejuvenation using antioxidant-rich oils, live fruit cell technology, and shea butter. The services include FarmHouse Fresh’s Clementine Sparkling Soak, Hello! Yellow Shea Butter Cream, Coconut Beach Shea Sugar Scrub, Front Porch Punch Shea Butter Cream, Honey Heel Glaze, Coconut Cream Milk Soak, Agave Nectar Body Oil, Sweet Cream Body Milk Lotion, Citrus Cilantro Sparkling Soak, One Fine Day Shea Sugar Scrub, and Strawberry Smash Double Moisturizer. "Spas now have a golden opportunity to bring families together,” says Shannon McLinden, CEO of FarmHouse Fresh. “As kids become teens, it can be challenging for them to stay connected with parents, so relaxing together, talking, and enjoying pampering wellness treatments is an absolutely priceless time. Plus, in a kid's eyes, getting a massage or mani-pedi is such a cool thing to tell their friends about."

For more information about Beaches Resorts, visit www.beaches.com. For more on FarmHouse Fresh products, visit www.farmhousefreshgoods.com.

 

 

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