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Rejuvenating Fall Spa Treatments from San Francisco’s Nob Hill Spa

Rejuvenating Fall Spa Treatments from San Francisco’s Nob Hill Spa

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Pool at he Nob Hill Spa

Pool at he Nob Hill Spa

As we enter autumn, also known as San Francisco’s infamous Indian Summer, the renowned Nob Hill Spa at The Scarlet Huntington has implemented several treatments inspired by the change in season.  These fall specials are designed to sooth dry skin and revitalize the body. (The Spa’s Lead Esthetician Dani Lamkin also offers tips for fall skincare.)

Signature Caviar Facial: A decadent facial that firms, tones, refines and deeply hydrates the skin with protein-rich Caviar and powerful antioxidants.  Exclusive Caviar products by Kerstin Florian infuse skin with age-defying nutrients to smooth fine lines and improve texture.  An AcuLift Massage visibly firms and tones while the Marine Biomatrix Sheet provides intensive hydration to instantly restore radiance.  Plus, through September, enjoy a glass of bubbly and 20% the treatment!  $285, 90 minutes.

Soothing Chamomile Body Scrub: Chamomile is an excellent calming agent and at the core of this invigorating body treatment.  A gentle scrub with a creamy base of Chamomile Flower Oil and finely ground French pumice grains sweep away dull surface cells and stimulate circulation.  A soothing application of chamomile lotion infused with Siberian Fir Oil will leave the body feeling soft and relaxed. $140, 50 minutes.

 

  • Autumn Spice Pedicure: Featuring the aromas of cinnamon, cloves, ginger & cardamom, made with botanical oils and pumpkin seeds, this pedicure makes for a luxurious, moisturizing treat.  Guests are invited to relax and enjoy the treatment while sipping a cup of Pumpkin Spice tea to complement the experience. $80, 50 minutes.  Available through end of January.

To book a treatment, please call 415-345-2888 or visit the website.

 

Spa Tips from Lead Esthetician Dani Lamkin:

One way to keep dryness at bay is by switching to a nourishing cleansing oil or balm.  Oil cleansers give a fantastic deep clean, and ensure that our skin keeps from feeling dry and stripped the way some gel cleansers can leave it.  Two of our favorites at Nob Hill Spa are Babor’s Hy Ol cleanser and Darphin’s Aromatic Cleansing Balm.

Fall is also the perfect time to boost our hydration by adding serums under our moisturizers, morning and night.  We love Babor’s Algae Fluid ampoules to re-mineralize and plump up the skin.  Follow with your favorite moisturizer and feel the difference.

About The Scarlet Huntington and Nob Hill Spa

Unveiled in May 2014, The Scarlet Huntington beckons  atop Nob Hill, influenced by the city’s rich heritage and woven together with an international couture.  Formerly The Huntington Hotel, The Scarlet Huntington by Singapore-based Grace International builds upon the property’s original charm, graciousness and exceptionally high standards while introducing locals and visitors to well-dressed and modern sensibilities.  Unexpected yet welcoming, each of the 134 spacious guestrooms and suites, meeting and event spaces, and public areas is designed to indulge amidst a setting of elegant, contemporary luxury.  The Scarlet Huntington is home to Nob Hill Spa, a favorite urban escape with ten treatment rooms, an indoor infinity pool, and an expansive terrace overlooking the city.  An iconic institution in San Francisco, Big 4 Restaurant at The Scarlet Huntington will present modern twists on classic dishes and cocktails in the storied dining room and celebrated bar.  The Scarlet Huntington is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and Small Luxury Hotels of the World.  For more information, visit the website.

 

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