Spa Week is almost here! This Fall, spas across the country are offering you full-length, luxurious services for only $50. Whether you need a facial, a massage, a salon treatment, or a body treatment, Spa Week has it all. Make sure you book your appointment today at spaweek.com for October 15-21!

After a long summer in the sand, our bodies need some extra TLC. We’ve rounded up our favorite body treatments– everything from cranberry wraps and back facials to autumn spice massages and gua sha treatments. Here are our top 10:

 

  1. 60 Min Chocolate Cool Down at Be. Massage in Scottsdale, Arizona

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Cool and calm down sore and overworked muscles with this relaxing chocolate treatment! This sweet treat includes a therapeutic massage and a cooling chocolate clay mask focused on your back, arms, or legs.

 

2. 45 Min Spa Week Reflexology Session at The Woodhouse Day Spa – El Paso in El Paso, Texas

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Feel deep relaxation in the entire body through this ancient massage technique. Reflexology uses massage to soothe reflex zones in the feet and release the flow of energy to the entire body. You’ll feel refreshed, energetic, and rejuvenated.

 

3. 50 Min Cranberry Sangria Wrap at Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa in Lake Arrowhead, California

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You’ll be berried in bliss from head to toe with this fruity treatment! This treatment begins with deep exfoliating, removing dull, flaking skin with a sea salt scrub. Then a wine serum and black current body oil help to soothe, brighten, and hydrate skin to finish the treatment.

 

4. 50 Min Flower Power Massage at Lotus Blooming Ayurveda in La Jolla, California

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Flower power baby! This flower-enhanced massage helps to upgrade a standard massage and create total relaxation. Long, connecting strokes help to release tension while Lotus Wei Flower Essences, crystals, and aromatherapy help to soothe your mind.

 

5. 50 Min Apple Cider Back Treatment at Neha Threading Salon and Spa in Pikesville, Maryland

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Relieve back pain and moisturize skin with this apple cider treatment! The apple cider oils contain enzymes that relieve back pain, exfoliate skin, soothe sore muscles, and relax the entire body.

 

6. 50 Min Gua Sha with Cupping at Tranquil Moments Skin Studio in Scotch Plains, New Jersey

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Relieve pain with natural alternative therapy! This treatment includes two unique methods of pain relief: gua sha and cupping. Gua sha involves scraping the skin to improve circulation. Cupping involves suction cups that promote detoxification and the healing of muscles.

 

7. 55 Min Back Facial at Tatiana Day Spa in The Bronx, New York

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Eliminate skin concerns on your back with this unique back facial! This treatment eliminates back acne, back acne scars, and impurities, while improving skin tone and cleansing your skin.

 

8. 50 Min Wild Lavender & Seaweed Sugar Glow Body Treatment at The Woodhouse Day Spa – Palm Beach Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

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Invigorate, exfoliate, and nourish your skin with this treatment. This body treatment includes organic seaweed, wild-crafted lavender oil, and organic sugar to melt tired muscles and soothe and soften skin.

 

9. 60 Min Pevonia Hydrating Body Scrub at Jolie Beauty Spa & Nails in Roswell, Georgia

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Detox with this gentle, rejuvenating treatment. This aromatherapy body scrub removes impurities and toxins while moisturizing and rejuvenating your skin. You’ll feel awakened and energized with the invigorating scent of pevonia!

 

10. Autumn Spice Massage at The Massage Studio in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

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Get into the fall spirit and relax with this soothing massage! Using warming organic cinnamon spiced oil and long, connecting strokes, this treatment is the ultimate way to calm and soothe the body.

 

What body treatment are you most excited for this Spa Week? Let us know in the comments below! And remember to book your appointment now for October 15-21 on spaweek.com!

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