Three Sea-Inspired Treatments Ideal for Summer

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This season, clients will be hitting the beach and soaking in the summer rays. However, those who don’t properly wear sun protection will put their skin at risk. Here’s how three spas are encouraging clients to trade a day in the sun for a day at the spa by incorporating rejuvenating marine-based skincare treatment options on their spa menus.
 

  • The La Mer Miracle Broth Facial ($350, 90 minutes) at The Baccarat Hotel’s Spa de La Mer (New York City) features the skincare brand’s Miracle Broth, the skin-renewing elixir containing a blend of nutrient-rich sea kelp and more. Considered the crème de la crème of facials, it infuses skin with moisture, boosts regeneration, soothes and smooths, and restores radiance.
     
  • Spa-goers can enjoy the Coastal Renewal (starting at $230, 80 minutes), which incorporates ocean algae and Mediterranean herbs, at The Spa at Pelican Hill (Newport Coast, CA). The treatment, using private-label products from Body Bliss, involves a scrub, a wrap, and a massage to detoxify and remineralize the body and improve lymphatic function. A hot oil scalp massage, a cool gemstone facial, and a hydrating body butter application conclude the ocean-inspired service.
     
  • At Ocean House’s Oh! Spa (Watch Hill, RI), spa-goers can enjoy the Marine Detoxifying Facial ($165, 60 minutes; $225, 90 minutes), which features a deep pore-cleansing facial with purifying serums enriched with marine ingredients and an oxygenating mask from Phytomer to absorb impurities.


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