Your perfect Spa Week 2014: Seven essential discounted spa treatments
We have less than a month until Spa Week 2014 hits NYC. Better book these favorite $50 spa services now.
Tue Apr 1 2014
Twice a year, more than 100 of New York's spas and salons participate in Spa Week, when they offer select spa treatments for just $50 each. In many cases that’s a deep discount on some seriously luxurious services. Last week we told you to start booking your appointments, and now we know which ones you really need to get. We picked seven of our favorites, just in case you want to book a service for every day of the week. Get ready for the best Spa Week ever.
Spa Week Facial at the Red Door Union Square (50mins)
This Elizabeth Arden–owend spa opened late last year, so you can use Spa Week as an excuse to check out the new digs. The Spa Week Facial cleanses, exfoliates and hydrates your skin with Elizabeth Arden products.
Revitalizing Shimmer Salt Body Scrub at Rehoboth Spa Lounge (50mins)
Say goodbye to your dry winter skin. This treatment sloughs off dead skin with the help of a sea-salt scrub, warm Vichy showers and plenty of moisturizing body cream. You’ll leave the spa feeling soft and squeaky clean.
Black Tea Age-Delay Facial at Fresh Spa—Spring Street (60mins)
We’re suckers for the amazing-smelling Fresh products, so any treatment that features this brand automatically makes it onto our list. This service features the hydrating Black Tea Instant Perfecting Mask. And here’s a fun fact for future visits to this spa: Spend money on a treatment and you get the same value credit toward Fresh products to take home.
Full-body massage at Origo Spa Lounge (60mins)
The full-body massage at this oasis within the hustle and bustle of Chinatown doesn’t skimp when it comes to treating your whole body. Many places just focus on the back or shoulders, but the pros at Origo also pay plenty of attention to you hands, feet and legs.
Superbly Restorative Massage at Kiehl's Spa 1851 (50mins)
Kiehl’s is another brand with great products, so we’ll jump at any chance to book one of their treatments. The company’s body products are used during this massage, which aims to relieve tension-plagued muscles. The regular hour-long massage is normally $150, so this 50-minute version is a great deal.
Farm to Spa Vegan Manicure and Pedicure at the Green Spa & Wellness Center (90mins)
No need to worry about any questionable chemicals in your manicure, since this spa uses eco-friendly products. Plus, paying $50 for a 90-minute treatment is some major bang for your buck.
Trigger Point Therapy Acupuncture Treatment at Physical Advantage (60mins)
Trigger-point therapy is used to treat a number of calamities including headaches, sports injuries and lower back pain. If you’ve always been curious about acupuncture, this is an inexpensive chance to try it.
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