We know that your skin is a reflection of what is going on inside your body, but the way you feel emotionally can be so tied to what your skin is projecting.
What could be more fun than spending the day browsing the stores followed by indulging in a Clarins Signature Facial Treatment? And with $50 prices or 50% discounts, you’ll save at the same time. Give your credit card (and yourself!) a rest with these incredible prices!
The new all-natural facial was introduced at the Spa at the Mandarin Oriental a couple of months ago and uses products from the Germany-based Amala skincare line, which contains the maximum possible concentration of certified organic and wildcrafted whole plant ingredients. Its formulas are 100% natural and free of synthetics, chemical preservatives and ingredients tested on animals, and the company works with its fair trade partners to custom distill and extract botanical essences.
Put your best face forward September 20-26th by reserving an appointment at one of the several Facelogic spas taking part in SpaFinder’s Deal Days, the Wellness Week™. From Texas to Alabama, spa-goers around the country are not wanting for a $50 treatment or 50% discount by Facelogic.
Like several of our romantic spas of Italy do, the luxurious Borghese skincare product line utilizes the healing waters of Tuscany. Beauty products from Borghese are always sumptuous and from the earth, and their “classic favorite,” Fango Brillante Brightening Mud Mask, is no exception.
In the ever-advancing world of skincare I’m always fascinated by treatments that remain rooted in natural ingredients that you might be able to find in your refrigerator or pantry. While I don’t stockpile caviar in my fridge, when I hear “caviar facial,” I immediately imagine hundreds, perhaps thousands of dollars of delicious fish eggs spread across my forehead and cheeks – and who wouldn’t be turned on by that?
For wine enthusiasts and ardent spa-goers alike, vinotherapy is a great blend. Vinotherapy, or spa treatments that utilize products containing ingredients from grapes and grape seed extracts, could almost be considered a vintage practice in Europe, particularly in notable wine regions such as France, Italy, and Spain, before spa-goers across the Atlantic were offered a taste. Now vinotherapy is the toast of many spas across the United States—from barrel baths and merlot body wraps to chardonnay facials and grape massage at spas spanning from Sonoma to the south of Texas to the east coast.