Kid-Friendly Spas an Added Treat to the Family Vacation

Going on vacation but can’t bear to be away from the kids? These family friendly resorts—complete with kid spas—encourage you to bring the little ones along! With numerous spa treatments and wellness offerings tailored to the younger crowd, these kid-approved travel destinations make keeping the kids entertained easy (and welcome you to find your inner []


The Essex Resort & Spa Launches Camp Cook for Kids

Cooking has become a leisurely hobby for many as the food world has taken pop culture by storm, but we know it can still be difficult sometimes to muster up the energy to make dinner. These are the times when you might be thinking, “If only the kids could just cook for us…” Well, they []


Kids Can Spa Too: Sundae Spa a Delicious Treat for Families

  Waterbury, Connecticut just got a bit sweeter with the recent opening of Sundae Spa, dishing up a delicious treat that ensures that spa-ing doesn’t just cater to the adults, but it’s for kids, too. With vibrant cupcake and cherry decor, the family owned, kids’ spa serves yummy-sounding cotton candy pedicures, fruit loops manicures, glitter []

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Top Kid Programs So You Can Spa

Get ready for a vacation destination that’s sure to satisfy every family member. These getaway spa resorts are parent- (and kid!) approved! While the grown-ups spa, younger guests can live it up with kid-friendly programs and activities that are fun, energizing, and, often, educational.

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Kids & Teens at Spas…Supply or Demand?

Kids & Teens at Spas…Supply or Demand? by Susie EllisSpaFinder Insider This article, “Spas Go All Out To Give Kids the Treatment” by Andrea Petersen and Miriam Foster was in the Wall Street Journal yesterday. It’s about the trend of more kids and teens going to spas for treatments. I have two comments. Both relate []

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Believable Tan from a Sunless Spray-Tan Salon or Spa?

Believable Tan from a Sunless Spray-Tan Salon or Spa? by Susie EllisSo we are heading into New Year’s again and hoping to eradicate memories of last year’s disastrous New Year’s Eve festivities. We went to a country club party here in Palm Desert after which Peter went into severe depression. He thought the whole event []