Body Treatment

Body Treatment

Body Wraps and Polishes are a great way to enhance your body’s ability to absorb sea salts, essential oils, and other specialty products. Enhance your body treatment with a 15 minute massage add on, it’s the perfect way to revitalize your skin & relax your mind.

Body treatments refer to a wide range of spa and wellness services that are designed to pamper and rejuvenate the body. These treatments typically involve a variety of techniques, such as exfoliation, moisturization, massage, and the use of various products, to help improve the appearance and health of the skin and body.

Some common types of body treatments include:

  1. Body Scrubs: These treatments involve using an exfoliating product to remove dead skin cells and reveal smoother, brighter skin. Scrubs may be made with natural ingredients like sea salt, sugar, or coffee grounds, and are often combined with oils or lotions to moisturize the skin.
  2. Body Wraps: These treatments involve wrapping the body in a mixture of products, such as mud, seaweed, or clay, to detoxify and nourish the skin. The body is then wrapped in a warm blanket or sheet to help the products penetrate the skin.
  3. Massages: Massages are a popular type of body treatment that involve manipulating the muscles and soft tissues of the body to promote relaxation, reduce tension, and improve circulation.
  4. Hydrotherapy: Hydrotherapy treatments use water to promote relaxation and healing. These treatments may involve soaking in a hot tub or jacuzzi, taking a cold plunge, or receiving a water massage.
  5. Cellulite Treatments: These treatments are designed to reduce the appearance of cellulite, which is a condition that causes dimpled, lumpy skin. Cellulite treatments may involve massage, the use of specialized products, or other techniques.

Overall, body treatments are a great way to pamper yourself and improve the health and appearance of your skin and body. However, it’s important to consult with a qualified spa or wellness professional to determine which treatments are right for you, and to ensure that you receive safe and effective care.