Self-Care Spa Treatments to Book This Winter

When was the last time you booked a spa appointment to unwind and destress? If it’s been a while, you may not even be aware of the types of spa treatments available these days! Here are just a few of our favorites.

Lymphatic Massage

For a lymphatic massage, your massage therapist uses slow, gentle strokes to encourage movement of the lymph fluids to rid the body of waste and toxins. This also prevents or reduces the buildup of lymph fluids, which can cause unnecessary swelling in your body. Be sure to drink a lot of water after to keep the toxins flowing out!

Body Mud Mask

Another way to get smooth skin is to indulge in a body mud mask. Most treatments begin with a full-body exfoliation before the application of the mud. Often, the mud mask takes about an hour to set in and work its magic. It may even get dry and get hard on your skin, but that’s okay. After you rinse off, your pores will be squeaky clean, and your skin will be super-hydrated.

Infrared Sauna

A traditional sauna is good for the skin, but an infrared sauna is great for the skin! This magical treatment brings sweat out from your insides, improving overall skin elasticity, reducing muscle tension, promoting healing, and even aiding in weight loss.

Swedish Massage

A Swedish massage may be the most common type of massage, but this classic option is totally worth it. Let your worries melt away while you release tension in the back, shoulders, and neck. It’s a great way to spring back into action and add some pep to your step. The best part about a Swedish massage? You can ask them to use light, medium, or firm pressure depending on how you are feeling that day.

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