Spooky Spa Treatments for Halloween
Like Manalapan’s Eau Spa at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa says, “Our treatments are so fabulous that it’s frightening!” Now through October 31, enjoy the spa’s Spooktacular Specials and take home a treat bag: The Monster Mash Massage (60/90 mins; $160/$235); Wax Off Your Werewolf waxing and shaping services (starting at $25); Jack-O-Lantern Facial (60 mins; $235); Mummies and Deadies Dry Float Treatment (90 mins; $255); Bride of Frankenstein Body Tan and Shine (60 mins; $255); Madame Tussaud’s Hand Treatment (60 mins; $75); and Trick or Treat, Fix My Feet (45 mins; $65).
Indulge in the Mummy Wrap (50 mins; $131) at The Seagate Hotel & Spa in Delray Beach, Florida. The treatment not only includes a full-body wrap, but an invigorating dry brushing technique, application of frankincense-infused oil, and scalp and face massage as well. Valid through October 31, 2013; specific appointment times only.
Available October 24-27, 2013, and October 31, 2013, spa-goers of The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Los Angeles, can book a special Halloween makeup session with a local professional (the spa’s partnered up with some of Hollywood’s special effects masters) and be transformed! Special Effects Express Services, priced from $30, include: faux lash application; fang bites; superhero eye mask, Daisy Buchanan, Marilyn Monroe, or Kate Middleton; slit throat; and half-skeleton face. Full Face Transformations, priced from $150, include: Wicked Witch face; Grumpy Cat/animal face; Bride of Death; Walking Dead zombie face; Day of the Dead skull face; geisha face; and demon face. Spa-goers also get to sip fresh apple cider and snack on house-baked ginger cookies!
Okay, so not exactly scary, but Halloween-ish, nonetheless. The Spa at The Hotel Hershey in Hershey, Pennsylvania, is featuring the Great Pumpkin Facial (50 mins; Mon-Thurs $130/Fri-Sun $140).
Plus, fall in love with these fall-inspired treatments!