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Service Spotlight: Wraps

September 28, 2012 | 6:42 AM
There’s nothing better during a long cold winter than a snuggly, warm wrap treatment. Not only do they provide a warming respite, they can also leave dry, flaky winter skin soft and smooth or transform and refine lumpy areas of the body. Here are some options from spa menus around the country.

Alihi Honey Wrap

Where: Skin Deep – The Body Spa
Huntington Beach, California
On the menu: This warming treatment will soothe the Mind, Body, and Spirit. A gentle exfoliation is followed by the application of a unique blend of honey and extracts that leave the skin soft, vibrant and tingling. Experience serenity as you are treated to a facial massage while nestled in a cocoon of delicious warmth.
Cost: $80

Thermal Herbal Mud Wrap

Where: Body Retreat Day Spa
Bedford, Texas
On the menu: Especially suited to those that are muscle sore and fatigued, this body treatment will deeply cleanse and balance all skin types. After a light scrub, the entire body is then wrapped to encourage perspiration and release toxins from the skin. While relaxing, the neck and head are treated to a massage, followed by an application of organic body lotion to soothe the skin.
Cost: $115

Total Body Seaweed Wrap

Where: A Perfect Face
Ocean City, Maryland
On the menu: This treatment utilizes fresh lyophilized seaweed from Brittany France. Seaweed is applied to the entire body to deeply cleanse, exfoliate and nourish while drawing toxins and impurities from body. A thermal body wrap covers the entire body to increase circulation. This treatment finishes with a shower and a light massage using a firming moisturizer.
Cost: $90


Where: Jewell Day Spa
Tacoma, Washington
This iron-rich, detoxifying, beautiful clay comes from Sedona, Arizona. This area is unique and surrounded with mysticism because of many concentrated vortexes of the Earth's strong gravitational pull. Feel the Earth's sacred spirit as you are wrapped in this powerful healing energy of Sedona Clay.
Cost: $120

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