OCT 2018

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[ 28 ] • # dayspamagazine • october 2018 spa hopping Sophisticated Off erings I was advised to arrive early in order to enjoy the heat rooms. Although I allowed for 30 minutes, I could have remained much longer. The steam room and sauna were nice and warm (some tend to provide inadequately low temps, in my experience); the programmable showers and misters, and the chilled relaxation room—decorated in a palette of relaxing blues, with reading material and healthy tea blends—would be happy ways in which to spend at least a full hour. Luckily, visitors are welcome to enjoy these amenities after services, too. The full list of treatments—for women and men—includes antiaging facials that feature a choice of acupressure massages of the scalp, leg and foot, hand and arm, or stomach during the mask portion; and soothing body treatments, some specially designed for this spa, comprised of exfoliation services, wraps and massages. Couples' and express treatments are also off ered, as are waxing, manicure and pedicure services. Worthy of note is the men's menu, which covers everything from facials to nail and hair care. Popular options include the Valmont Men's Facial (60 or 90 min./from $215), which partially focuses on decongesting and rejuvenating the eye contour area; and It's a Man's World (180 min./$470), incorporating a body scrub, deep-tissue massage and 90-minute moisturizing facial. I was there to re ceive the Aromatherapy Associates Men's Facial (60 min./from $143), which uses products from the U.K. brand's Refi nery collection, a male-focused skincare line formulated with botanicals and essential oils. I entered the cozy, all-white treatment room, settled into the warmed bed (topped S hi t i t d Off i

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