Velas Resort Spas Offer Guacamole-Inspired Treatments at Guacamania

Now through December guests of Velas Resorts can get avocado-inspired spa treatments // Photo courtesy of Velas Resorts

For wellness enthusiasts who can’t live without their avocado toast, Velas Resorts in Mexico is giving the avocado its due. Last month, the appetizing ingredient and its Mexican heritage was celebrated with a month-long festival called Guacamania, which featured avocado-inspired cocktails, spa treatments, and more.

Fortunately for those who missed it, there is still time to take advantage of all the heart-healthy fats this fortifying fruit has to give. Through December, guests can still get their avocado on and indulge in Guacamania’s special dishes, cocktails, and spa treatments on request. Spa lovers won’t want to miss the Avocado Scrub ($236, 80 minutes) at Grand Velas Los Cabos. At Grand Velas Riviera Maya, guests can enjoy a Body Exfoliation and Wrap with Avocado and Honey ($236, 80 minutes).

The avocado love continues at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, where the Avocado Treatment ($198, 60 minutes) involves a mixture of avocado oil, coconut, and yogurt applied to the body before it is wrapped in banana leaves. And finally, guests at Casa Velas Puerto Vallarta can get their avocado on with the Avocado Exfoliation ($135, 50 minutes), Avocado Body Wrap with Natural Yogurt ($165, 80 minutes), and Avocado Moisturizing Hair Treatment ($45). The avocado-themed treatments will leave guests ready to guac and roll.


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