Robert I. Faulkner

Many resolutions beg to be broken. Daily workouts? Abandoned after a month. But regular spa treatments? Those are appointments you’re likely to keep. Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa’s latest offerings target cold-weather skin
Robert I. Faulkner
issues — namely dry, dehydrated skin — with a menu of treatments that tap the healing benefits of marine-based products for head-to-toe nurturing. Starting at the top, the Revitalizing Hair and Scalp Treatment infuses a mixture of aromatic oils into your scalp via an invigorating massage. The Seawater Pearl Hydrating Facial uses seawater and marine calcium to exfoliate the skin, then incorporates algae caviar and seawater pearls to leave skin plumped and radiant. And the Hydra Quench Remineralizing Body Wrap is like a facial for your body — after an exfoliating massage, a warm, mineral-infused body mask is applied. Don’t be surprised if, while you’re cocooned in this mixture, you drift off into a peaceful slumber. Winter is a time to hibernate, after all.

Prices vary by city
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