October is here and fall weather is in full swing. As excited as we are for the comfy sweaters, stylish scarves, and cozy hats, the chilly weather that comes with these can be a little bit uncomfortable. Thankfully autumn doesn’t only mean a countdown to Halloween, candy corn, and pumpkin picking, but also that the Fall Spa Week event is only a few weeks away!

There’s no better way to warm up during this chilly month than with some toasty treatments. From hot stones to heated oils, spas across the country are offering the warm treatments for the cool price of just $50 a pop. With hundreds of options to choose from, we’ve narrowed it down to our top eight hot treatments across the country. Scroll down to see which spas made our list, then book a treatment in your area here.

8. Hot Stone Massage with Choice of Lavender, Peppermint, Cinnamon or Eucalyptus Aromatherapy – 50 mins

Radiance Med Spa – San Antonio, TXshutterstock_93361267 (1)

Aromatherapy + massage + hot stones = pure bliss. With a deliciously relaxing scent choice for everyone, this massage will allow you to check your worries at the door and focus on total tranquility.

7. Hot Rosemary and Chamomile Deep Tissue Massage with Hot Stone Add-On – 60 mins

Cinema Wellness – Los Angeles, CACUP0015626 (1)

If chamomile and rosemary isn’t the most relaxing scent combination ever than we don’t know what is. Hop up on the table for this hour long treatment and you’ll forget about the blustery autumn weather in no time.

6. Hot, Steamy Deep-Cleansing Facial With Hot Oil Scalp Massage – 60 mins

Hot Hands Studio and Spa – Philidelphia, PAshutterstock_252455215

If deep-cleaning your skin after a summer of sludge is a necessity, then throw in a hot oil scalp massage and you’ve got the most relaxing and productive hour of your life.

5. Shellac Manicure and Hot Oil Pedicure – 80 mins

Toi Spa Fort Lauderdale – Fort Lauderdale, FL

shutterstock_126073247Mani-pedis are an old favorite of ours and this treatment is a whopping 80 minutes of pampering. Treat your feet after a summer of sandals by indulging in a pedicure complete with soothing hot oils.

4. The Zen Body Treatment with Omegas 3,6 and 9 and Warm Coconut Milk – 50 mins

A.F. Bennett Salon & Wellness Spa – Staten Island, NY

shutterstock_258071030This treatment includes one of our absolute favorite ingredients, coconut milk. This soothing body treatment contains major benefits thanks to Omegas 3, 6, and 9, and is warm enough to heat up any brisk New York day.

3. Philosophy Therapeutic Massage with Aromatherapy and Warm Himalayan Salt Stones – 50 mins

Philosophy Wellness Spa – Costa Mesa, CA

Nothing is better than a hot stone massage, and when those stones are made of Himalayan salt? Game over. Enjoy 50 minutes of pure bliss while taking a break from the chaos of the world.

2. Coconut Lime Avocado Glow with Warm Oil, Full Body Exfoliation and Back and Neck Massage – 45 mins

The Spa at Shula’s – Miami Lakes, FLshutterstock_193061660

Even though Florida doesn’t always get the same chilly weather as the rest of the country, this treatment has the perfect Southern twist while still keeping in all of the toasty coziness. Coconut, lime, and avocado come together perfectly to create a gorgeous glow and refreshing experience.

1. Warm Cinnamon Detox Body Wrap – 60 mins

Ahn Skin & Beauty – San Diego, CAFAN2004114

This treatment sounds like autumn wrapped up in a perfect package. Breathe in deep for the festive smell of cinnamon while detoxing out all of summer’s harmful toxins. This body wrap is truly the best way to embrace the fall.

Head over to Spa Week to find a $50 treatment near you and be sure to enter more of our amazing Spa Week giveaways.

2 Responses

  1. kishore

    Thank you for sharing this article with us. I was excited after reading about these treatments, the information provided is very useful . It would be more helpful if you have provided the advantages of these treatments in detail. keep posting.

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  2. Denise Ul

    I have always wanted a hot stone massage and now with winter coming it seems like a great idea.

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