This October, spas around the Palm Beaches are celebrating their inaugural Spa & Wellness Month with specials on treatments ranging from manicures and pedicures to scrubs and massages. We got in on the action and highlighted some of the available offerings below. (For a full list of participating spas and their specials, click here).
The Breakers has teamed up with Essie for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to offer a 50-minute “Coming Together” manicure and pedicure combination that utilizes all-natural, vegan, and organic skincare products to pamper one’s hands and feet. This special service includes a take-home nail kit containing Essie’s “Coming Together” polish, compliments of The Breakers.
Cost: $99. When guests wear “Coming Together,” the resort will donate 50 percent of the net proceeds from this service to the Susan G. Komen organization.
Eau Spa is offering a decadent Sea Salt & Honey Pumpkin Polish and Mask that begins with a sea salt exfoliation that gently sloughs off rough and dry skin, and then wraps up with a pumpkin puree clay mask that incorporates bentonite and illite clay to draw out impurities, detoxify, and increase blood circulation in the skin.
Cost: $150 (add the amazing Dry Float Bed for $25).
In addition, Eau Spa is also celebrating Spa Week from October 17-23 with $50 autumn-themed specials including:
- A frothy 45-minute Venti Pumpkin Spice Latte Wrap and Float designed to perk up your skin with a coffee scrub and leave you silky smooth from a pumpkin mask
- A delicious 45-minute Pumpkin Pie Pedicure featuring a sugary scrub, pumpkin mask, and autumn spice paraffin application to soothe your skin and leave you smooth and supple
- A decadent 60-minute Honeycomb-Out featuring a restorative heated hair mask infused with honey and oils to moisturize your hair as well as a blow-out and style
For more Spa & Wellness Month specials, continue to page 2.
The Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach Spa is featuring a 50-minute Pink Moon Massage – a gentle and soothing Swedish massage that utilizes warm and relaxing organic lavender oil – along with a hydrating pink rose and shea butter hand treatment.
Cost: $125. The Four Seasons Resort will donate ten percent of sales from this treatment during October 2016 to the Susan G. Komen organization.
Guests will relax into abandon at the hotel’s newly-updated spa with its spa month exclusive treatment: Tropical Bliss & Bubbles, which allows guests to choose from a classic pedicure or gel manicure that combines tropical fruit (mango and coconut) lotions and scrubs with a glass of bubbly.
Cost: $50 (guests will receive complimentary valet and a $50 credit for a treatment the same or following day, for services over $150).
Though exclusive to resort guests, the Waldorf Astoria Spa is offering a 50-minute Tropical Coconut Scrub, a vitamin- and mineral-rich treatment that gently eases away tension as warm coconut milk is gently massaged into the skin. Invigorating pure sugar cane and tropical nut oils enliven the senses, revealing healthy radiant skin.