Its Spa Week again! This year for the 13th edition of the Fall 2010 Event day, medical and resort spas will continue to offer 2-3 of their most exclusive services for the discounted price of $50 each. Spa Week’s Fall 2010 Event will take place October 11th – 17th.
Without further ado, Spa Week presents the following Top 12 Spa Treatment Trends for the Fall
Sinus massages, breathe-easy facials and cold and flu bath salts are just a few of the spa services
being featured this upcoming Spa Week. New treatments using Eucalyptus, humidifiers and
Lymph drainage movements are just a few of the techniques being used to assist in allergy relief.
2) Bikini Glamour
Vajazzling made its sparkly splash at the Spring 2010 Event, when bedazzling your bikini
became the hot new standard in girly glamour. Bikini/Bum Facials and post-Brazilian waxing
rituals such as Airbrush painting and Vattooing are now the latest in bikini adornment.
3) Sleeping and Dreaming
A good night’s slumber with proper REM cycles can be just as rejuvenating as a spa treatment,
so one of the hottest trends emerging in the industry is a dream-worthy mix of the two to promote
better sleeping patterns. Some of these treatments being offering during the Fall 2010 Event
include a Stress Solution Facial, Private Yoga Session and Meditation Calmquest Treatment.
Eyelash length, thickness, volume and darkness have gone way up on the beauty priority lists of
women now more than ever. While new drugstore and professional lash volumizers continue
to crowd the lash-enhancing market, the Fall Spa Week event is poised to give women more
professional lash-extending options than ever before.
The spa is becoming a go-to place to get almost instant, weight-loss results in addition to
providing long term benefits. Colon Hydrotherapy is becoming more popular as a quick, easy
cleanse, and new med-spa services like the 7E Treatment and Ionithermie give immediate results
by targeting muscles with waveform technology.
6) Reiki and Energy Work
Energy work and holistic healing deliver health benefits ranging from injury recovery to spiritual
growth. By engaging the flow of your “life force energy,” practitioners are turning spa-goers into
active believers. An Energy Healing Treatment and Enerssage Treatment are on the menu for the
Fall 2010 Event.
The World Health Organization advocates the use of acupuncture to treat over 40 conditions,
from anxiety and other stress syndromes to musculoskeletal pain and injury, and the Fall Spa
Week event will encourage more spa-goers to forget their fears of needles and reap the benefits of
this treatment—for face and body.
This age-defying treatment has become so mainstream that spas are now offering it hassle-free,
and even appointment-free. Add the $50 Spa Week price tag, and suddenly “to-tox-or-not-to
tox?” is one of the easiest decisions to make.
9) Hot AND Cold Stone Massages
Instead of using all hot stones, this treatment includes the application of cold stones as well,
adding multi-dimensional stimulation. Alternating the hot and cool stones helps every cell in the
body receive more oxygen and nutrients and encourages a more effective removal of toxins.
Also known as Indian head massage, Champissage has been practiced for more than 1000 years
in India and has now been interpreted as a custom ritual at many spas.
Seawater and seaweed have similar mineral contents with approximately the same percentage
as the human body. Because of this, seaweed wraps help detoxify the body, eliminate excess
fluids, increase blood circulation and regulate hormonal levels. More treatments than ever are
incorporating Seaweed this Spa Week.
Human beings’ star life-sustaining molecule is getting more and more popular inside the spa.
Oxygenating facials are increasing in popularity, as oxygen continues to secure its reputation as
the #1 skincare essential.