Skincare Gets Exclusive



Some of our favorite skincare lines have teamed up with a few of the best resort spas to deliver guests custom treatments.

Addicted to a specific line of skin-satiating products? Make sure your next trip happens to take place at a resort that suits your beauty needs.

Canyon Ranch spas across the world now treat guests to a specially designed facial using the botanically boosted, anti-aging Sisely product line. Sisley is completely customized, catering to each client’s specific needs based on their individual skin-type and age.

Sundari Ayurvedic products are the star of the ultimate traveler’s treatment at COMO Shambhala Spa at Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos. The facial bathes the skin with neem oil, and is followed by a scalp, hand, and foot massage.

Prada Skincare has developed an entire treatment menu for Manhattan’s Ritz-Carlton Battery Park. The Prada Replenishing Body Facial includes a marine mineral crystal exfoliation, revitalizing and firming stone clay wrap, and a soothing massage.

Decleor has created an essential oil infused phyto-therapy treatment exclusive to LeSpa at the Sofitel Hotel in Los Angeles. The Decleor Balanced Beauty: Aroma-Plasty Facial begins with essential oils and a natural powder mask made of flax seeds, wheat germ, and sunflower, which is used in combination with lymph-draining techniques to detoxify the skin.

Kneipp treatments have found a home at the Mandarin Oriental New York. The Thai Yoga Suite treats spa-goers to more than just a massage. First, the client succumbs to the custom-made SaniJet soaking tub filled with Kneipp Herbal bath oils. Guests customize their experience by selecting their own oils. Once the body is balanced, the Thai massage begins.


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Written by Healing Lifestyles & Spas Team

Healing Lifestyles & Spas Team

Healing Lifestyles & Spas began as Healing Retreats & Spas back in 1997 with the premise and mission of bringing and making healing modalities and spa wisdom mainstream. It quickly became obvious, however, that while retreats were an integral part of the spa experience, what the magazine really hoped to do was bring the spa home, allowing readers to create a truly healing lifestyle, and thus the name change in 2001 to Healing Lifestyles & Spas.

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