When it comes to planning a spa day, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure you get the most out of your experience. Before any body work, it's important to take an hour or two to digest, or eat a light snack. Massages should be scheduled before facials, as any products applied to the skin may come off during the facial. Manicures and pedicures should be done at the end of the spa day.
To avoid rushing and being late, it's best to arrive early and allow extra time to get to the spa. Once you're at the spa, take advantage of the facilities such as the hot tub, sauna, or mineral baths. You can also relax in the lounge with a hot tea and a magazine. It's important to research the treatments offered by the spa you're visiting to make sure you choose one that fits your needs.
If you don't want to use gels and manicures, you can still give your nails some TLC. When booking treatments, make sure you have time to take advantage of the spa facilities and relax between appointments. To make your spa session more relaxing, consider adding a beauty-boosting drink. Don't forget to bring a credit card for any extras like smoothies or lunch.
If your spa day includes a sauna or hot tub, check in advance if you need a bathing suit or sandals. For an extra luxurious experience, consider trying out an exclusive spa treatment like spraying an entire bag onto your face for smooth and supple skin. Finally, if you have the means, think about spas in your neighborhood that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and consider supporting them.