Spas Celebrate Fall With New Treatments
Located on Goat Island in Newport Harbor of Narragansett Bay, Hyatt Regency Newport offers the Autumn Leaf Pedicure. This special fall treatment begins with a ‘falling leaf soak’ that features pomegranate and fig. A warmed cider foot scrub renews the skin, while cuticles and nails are groomed to perfection. A pomegranate-and-fig moisturizing balm nourishes and smoothes during a luxurious foot and calf massage. The service is topped off with an antioxidant Perfect Sense Paraffin treatment and polish application. 80 minutes long, $80.
Welcome the fall season and delight the senses with the Southern Harvest Apricot & Sweet Vanilla Wrap at The Homestead Spa. Relax in the arms of Southern hospitality while you experience this revitalizing treatment. Refresh the skin with a sweet vanilla sugar scrub followed by a moisturizing apricot body mask wrapped for optimal hydration. Finally, finish your treatment with a massaging application of the spa’s apricot body cream to reveal a renewed and softer feeling skin.
The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Delray Beach’s only independent boutique hotel, opened in November 2009 and was recently named to Condé Nast Traveler’s 2010 “Hot List.” In recognition of October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Seagate Hotel & Spa is offering the Pink Lady-Apple Spice Manicure/Pedicure spa treatment valid during the month of October. Guests will enjoy: a warm foot bath infused with spiced essential oils; a luxurious apple spice rub; followed with a hot stone lower leg massage with warmed oil; a soothing pink lady apple mask and finally nails polished to perfection with their choice of color. During the treatment they will also be able to enjoy their choice of hot or iced apple cider or a pink lady apple martini. 80 minutes cost $100 and 10% of the proceeds are given to the American Cancer Society “Making Strides for Breast Cancer.”