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Autumn-Inspired Spa Treatments

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 1:35 PM
Autumn-Inspired Spa Treatments[TIP OF THE  Month]

"We use honey, maple syrup, organic brown sugar and sea salt in the service, and then we use an organic scrub from Jurlique," says Carolynn Destratis, spa supervisor at The Sagamore Spa in Bolton Landing, New York. "Everyone loves it! You're exfoliated, wrapped, you get a nice scalp massage, and we use a maple body butter at the end. You end up smelling like a pancake-it's great! You come out so smooth and smelling nice."


Where it's at: The Sagamore Spa, Bolton Landing, New York
Description on menu: Nourish your body and soul with a hot, mineral-rich infusion of natural healing elements from the Adirondacks. A blend of maple syrup, sugar, honey and healing herbs embraces your entire body as you drift away. Enjoy a cascading Vichy rinse and conclude this escape with a gentle application of moisturizing lotion.
Who does it: esthetician
What she needs: maple syrup, brown sugar, honey, body scrub, body butter and spa products by Jurlique.
How much it costs: $100
How long it takes: 50 minutes

Where it's at: Golden Door Spa at Boulders Resort, Carefree, Arizona
Description on menu: Delight your senses and feed your skin through the gentle action of the fruits of the earth. Clear your mind and indulge in the "scentsational" aromas of the fall season, which act as a perfect complement to the protective, hydrating and healing benefits of pumpkin, green tea and avocado.
Who does it: esthetician
What she needs: private label products
How much it costs: $155
How long it takes: 50 minutes

Where it's at: Elegant Nail Spa, Brandon, Florida
Description on menu: A luxurious body treatment utilizing the powerful antioxidant and exfoliating properties of the cranberry. A creamy mask with yogurt enzymes and honey works to remove dead skin layers, revealing new, vibrant skin.
Who does it: nail technician
What she needs: products by Cuccio Naturale
How much it costs: $27
How long it takes: 30 minutes

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