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Little luxuries are all around us if you know where to look – be it a bright red lipstick that makes you feel like a movie star on a Monday morning, a mini-facial that makes you glow inside and out, or a book that takes you to the other side of the world. These tiny everyday gems are anxiously waiting to be discovered by you and wrapped with a bow, and each chapter of the LLGG seeks to deliver a new morsel of inspiration to you and your holiday season. Fancy shmancy is out; it’s those legendary “small packages” that hold the key to a perfect season of giving.

So here we are. We’ve reached the very last chapter of the Little Luxury Gift Guide. From lip gloss to avocado mashers Beatles Rockband, to everything in between… we hope we’ve inspired some festive, thoughtful gift-giving this holiday season! We’re down to ONE… the ULTIMATE gift, the gift that anyone would love and cherish.

Giving a Spa Week Gift Card means giving way more than an afternoon of relaxation or beauty. It’s giving health, wellness and prevention. It’s giving the choice of any spa treatment they desire; it’s giving a gift to improve the quality of their life. Our Gift Card sale is going on until December 22nd—$100 gift cards are available for just $80.

Check our Spa Week Steals & Deals page right now— just look at 3 of the treatments you could be giving:

At Skin Therapie Spa in Coral Gables…
http://www.skintherapiespa.com/

Choice of 90 Min Skin Therapie Autumn-Winter Facial including 25 Min Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage and complimentary Fig-Cedar Velvet Emulsion Tube $100

At Spa Newbury in Boston, MA…
http://www.spanewbury.com/SpaWeek.html

Holiday Makeover Package. Includes Scrub, Massage, Reflexology and choice of Pedicure, Manicure, Extended Massage or Facial. $99

At Water Lily Spa in New York, NY…
http://www.waterlilyspa.us
50 Min Swedish Massage, 50 Min Deep Tissue Massage, 50 Min Deep Cleaning Facial, or 50 Min Hot Stone Massage. $50 each – they could get TWO!

See the rest of the Spa Week Steals & Deals here. Be well, give well, and have a very happy holiday.

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