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JUL 2017

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Q u a B a t h s a n d S p a a t C a e s a r s A t l a n t i c C i t y N e w J e r s e y S p a P h o e n i x V i r g i n i a B e a c h , V i r g i n i a dayspamagazine.com/freeinfo [ 56 ] • # dayspamagazine • july 2017 Qua Baths and Spa at Caesars Atlantic City New Jersey Although far from the South Pacifi c Ocean, Qua Spa aims to make clients feel like they've been transported to paradise with the Fiji Ritual (75 min./$230). Featuring products from the Pure Fiji line, this deeply hydrating service includes a tropical mix of ingredients that include mango, coconut, pineapple and milk, plus a sugar scrub exfoliation. Post-polish skin is then slathered in body butter, massaged and cocooned for deep penetration while a scalp massage is performed—all that's missing is a fruity cocktail. Qua Spa provides a discounted add-on facial ($225) every M onday, dubbed "Mystic Mondays" to encourage clients to start the week off with some TLC. "We'll occasionally off er a discount of nearly 30 percent (although this number fl uctuates) on select treatments Monday through Thursday; it helps increase business on slower days," says spa manager Melissa Stuche. Spa Phoenix Virginia Beach, Virginia Despite its sunny seaside locale, Spa Phoenix gives clients a sun-kissed glow sans UV rays in the form of the Body Burnish treatment (60 min./$95). The service includes a solid scrub-down and professionally applied sunless bronzer for a Red Carpet ready glow, in addition to a relaxing, wind- down experience. The massage and exfoliation with a Biotone sugar scrub is followed by a quick rinse from the steam shower. Then, the bronzer is applied in long, soft strokes. And clients aren't the only ones enjoying this scrub-infused off ering. Medical director Matthew Galumbeck, MD, says he ensures staff can speak with authority on the service by making them fans as well. "I always talk about the benefi ts of our treatments at our monthly staff meetings," says Dr. Galumbeck. "We have our employees try everything; that way, they can passionately talk about their experiences fi rsthand without having to 'sell' it." u © GETTY IMAGES polished perfection

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