What is a Signature Facial?
Signature facials use a specific skin care product and technique unique to the spa, distinguishing the service from a traditional or standard experience. Many signature spa treatments like facials incorporate ingredients from the spa’s natural surroundings like local clay, ocean salt, mud, algae, and fruits.
Other signature facials may be tailored to the spa’s locale, for example offering facials that target the dry desert heat, the effects of the sun, especially at a beachside location, or spa facials that are developed especially for people who live in areas situated at high altitudes. Spa signature facials sometimes adopt names relating to a location like a casino with words like “luck” and “dice” in the treatment name or even naming a spa facial after a cultural festival like Mardi Gras in New Orleans or Carnival in Brazil.
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Since signature facials are proprietary to each spa, clients have the opportunity to indulge in unique experiences that the spa has perfected are often the most popular among the spa’s clientele. These include the Red Door Signature Facial, one of the most requested treatments at the Elizabeth Arden Red Doors Spas.
The culture of the spa’s location can also play a part in spa treatments like facials, like spas in Arizona featuring facials inspired by Native American rituals. Other signature facials may incorporate luxurious extras like 24karat gold, pearls, caviar, and jade stones. The spa’s treatment philosophy often influences services like spa facials, such as embracing Ayurvedic or Thai philosophies.
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Many signature spa facials are tailored to individual clients and often last longer than treatments on the regular list of services. Signature facials can be paired with other signature offerings like massages, manicures, and pedicures to be enjoyed together or can also be found in packages featuring a variety of signature services.
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