Like New York, Shanghai is a fast-paced and well-cultured city where the concept of a New York Minute is nothing new. Our Food & Wellness Editor kept up with the pace by making her way through three Shanghai spas in one day.
Our food & wellness editor travels to Kohler, Wisconsin, to check out the new Complete Harmony treatment during the Kohler Food & Wine Festival. Read about her food and spa adventures from Jaques Torres and his delicate caramel cages to a relaxing whirlpool bath.
After one of the worst winters on record, it’s not a shocker that your skin feels tight and is visibly dry. But, it’s not just your pretty face that needs hydrating TLC (however, we do have that covered here – top deals on hydrating facials during Wellness Week™)!
Taking a day away from home or work to visit a spa is a great way to escape your stresses, but sometimes you need immediate relief…after hours. At-home spa treatments are great practices to unwind and give yourself (or a friend) some much needed pampering while saving time and money. An important element of all spa treatments is the ritual…in this case, soaking, relaxing, and making time just for you.
Before I could attempt to explain the different types of wraps typically offered at a spa, I thought it would be beneficial to have actually experienced a wrap treatment myself!
I made an appointment at the elegant Oasis Spa on Park Avenue in New York City for a 60-minute seaweed wrap. I had heard this remarkably nourishing treatment would be a perfect remedy for my seriously dry, winter skin.