Thanksgiving is almost here and there’s so much to be thankful for this year. We’re so thankful for long spa days, where we have the time to relax and unwind after busy days and long holiday parties. As we get into the holiday season, we’re celebrating at the spa with these 5 treatments.

  1. Brightening Facial

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During the winter, our skin can become dull, dehydrated, and tired. Sometimes, we all need an extra pick-me-up to brighten our skin and give us an energy boost. That’s why a brightening facial is perfect for this time of year — it will give your skin the all-natural glow you crave.

 

2. Aromatherapy Massage

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No matter how much you love your family and friends, the holiday season can be a little stressful. Between parties, overeating, and chilly weather, our bodies can be exhausted by the time December roles around. That’s why an aromatherapy massage is the perfect treatment for this time of year. It’ll leave your muscles relaxed and your body soothed.

 

3. Body Slimming Wrap

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Piling on the potatoes this Thanksgiving? Slim down with a body slimming wrap. This natural treatment is the perfect way to reduce cellulite and lose some extra pounds after a few days of overeating. You’ll look and feel better and slimmer than before!

 

4. Detoxifying Facial

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All the alcohol and food that comes with the holidays can leave our skin stressed out and reacting to everything. That’s why a detoxifying facial is perfect for this season! Eliminate blemishes and redness with this calming, soothing, and detoxifying treatment. Your skin will feel better than ever!

 

5. Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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One of our favorite treatments anytime of year, a lymphatic drainage massage is the best way to detox after a big meal or a long flight. This treatment eliminates fluid build-up in your face and neck, leaving you breathing better and feeling more relaxed, less stressed, and calmer than before.

 

What treatments are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments below!

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