Day 3 of Spa Week, who’s ready for a boost of vitamins? At Noon EST I’m going to be getting the 60 minute Vitamin Boosting Facial with Susu at Soluna Skincare, one of their $50 treatments this week, and you are invited to watch on today’s Live Spa TV epidosde. My good friend Bryce Gruber of The Luxury Spot previewed this facial and loved it. I can’t wait to get blueberries put on my face and look like a spa ghost too, followed by some great glowing skin. Soluna Skincare’s philosophy is simple, old fashioned and holistic based, and their goal is for you to achieve radiant skin, vibrancy and well-being. Let’s see if that’s possible for me in the midst of our busiest week ever. Tune in at noon for your some A, C and E in your daily dose of video vitamins. Post Vita Facial Update: I’m glowing. Susu has been doing facials since her grandmother taught her everything she knew about natural skin care when she was a teenager, and this made her the go-to girl for every acne-ridden teen in town. Today, she heated up my face then cooled it down with a mix of tingling, soothing and revitalizing serums, masks, creams and techniques. After the first step it felt and looked like I’d been laying in the sun all day or just came back from a workout—totally flushed. And that was the plan, serving as the precursor to the next steps, which infused the goodness of fruit extracts and vitamins into my skin. Once the blood was brought to the surface, the products were able to act more efficiently, which is what makes her treatment so effective. As the final mask settled, Susu delighted me with a 10-15 minute massage on my arms, neck, shoulders, upper back and scalp. You can always tell when your esthetician is also a masseuse, and this was most certainly the case here. I recommend Susu for her thorough treatments and extremely vast knowledge on the subject of skincare. Chat her up! She is delightful, and I learned a lot of interesting things during our hour long session. One major skincare tip Susu stressed was: Don’t forget about your neck. Treat it like you treat your face—cleansing, toner, moisturizer, the whole nine, otherwise it will show signs of aging before your face does. Check out the live recording here: About the product line: Eminence Organic Skincare is crafted using several generations of herbalist knowledge to treat various skin conditions, and contains advanced active anti-aging treatments. Fresh herbs and fruits are still hand picked and hand mixed in small batches and combined with thermal hot spring water to create products that retain their natural potencies to heal and smooth the skin. Soluna Skincare 22 East 21st Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10010 646.441.1912 $50 Spa Week Treatments (It’s not too late to book… call Susu now!) 60 Min Therapeutic Aroma Massage with Custom Blended Essential Oils Geared Toward Creating Balance within the Body 60 Min Vitamin Boosting Facial 60 Min Back Cleansing Facial with Extractions One Response Spa Foodie: Roasted Spring Vegetables with Arugula Pesto | Spa Week Daily April 14, 2011 […] which are great for your body inside and out. It also contains a ton of Vitamin A, which is proven to benefit the skin. It’s what retinoid face creams are derived […] Reply Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.