Four New Treatments to Add to Your Spa's Summer Menu

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If you're looking for inspiration regarding new treatment options for your spa's summer menu, look no further than coconut. The skincare ingredient staple not only offers a host of benefits for the skin but also transports the senses to a tropical oasis. Take a peek below at how four spas have incorporated coconut products into treatment options.

At Bulgari Spa at The Bulgari Hotel (London), spa-goers can experience the Coconut Body Experience by Jax Coco ($234, 60 minutes; $321, 90 minutes), which features an exfoliation with Himalayan salts and organic coconut oil and a bespoke massage with warm coconut oil and hot stones, and the Coconut Compress Massage by Jax Coco ($321, 90 minutes).

Spa-goers at The Spa at Pelican Hill (Newport Beach, CA) can opt for the Coconut Neroli Body Polish (starting at $230, 80 minutes), which relies on a variety of Body Bliss products, including Coconut Kukui Massage Oil and Calendula and Orange Myrtle Virgin Coconut and Bee Balm Conditioning Mask. 

The Spa at Harrah’s (Funner, CA) tempts spa-goers with the tropically inspired Kissed by the Sun (starting at $165, 50 minutes) treatment, which incorporates Coconut Hydrating Milk and Noni Skin Elixir from Epicuren.

The Champagne Moon Dip Facial ($165, 60 minutes) at Well and Being Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas (TX) features a cleansing with Green Tea Milk Wash, which is made with nourishing coconut milk and green tea extract from FarmHouse Fresh. It includes an application of Three Milk Ageless Moisturizer, which also contains coconut milk.

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