Fall has arrived – the brilliant leaves, the chilly air, the pumpkin spice lattes. While you’ve surely prepared your wardrobe for the cold days ahead, have you prepared your wellness routine?
There are seemingly endless options when it comes to spa services. Whatever treatment options you choose, focusing on the goals of stress relief, balance, and happiness this fall will help make the transition from summer much easier. The changing of seasons is the perfect time to change (or start) you wellness routine!
Here are a few of the best spa services to take advantage of this autumn:
After several months of summer sun, and the upcoming bitter cold air, you face is in desperate need of both rejuvenation and prevention during the autumn months. Facials are an excellent way to refresh a dull complexion, moisturize, repair, and protect dry skin, and maintain a healthy glow year-round. If you have specific skincare needs, facials can often be tailored to address your unique concerns. Whether your skin in dry and dull from summer or you are prone to flaky, rough patches during winter, fall is the time to incorporate regular facials into your wellness routine.
Although your body is slowly being covered up by layers of clothing, it is in need of some TLC, too! Summer heat can take a toll on your skin from head to toe; now that fall has arrived, it’s time to look into spa services such as detoxifying body treatments or back-ials to clear up congestion, remove toxins, exfoliate dry skin build-up, and leave your body smooth, radiant, and cleansed.
Many spas offer specials during fall, from pumpkin facials to cinnamon and ginger body scrubs, cranberry mandarin oil massages to apple cider wraps. Keep an eye out for these fall-themed treatments, as they are not only whimsical and festive, but beneficial to your body as well.
Exfoliation is key, regardless of the season. To repair sun-damaged skin, prevent flakiness, and protect your skin from winter’s chill, consider trying out spa services focused on exfoliation. These can include dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels.