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A Look at 3 Spa Ritual Options

Last updated 6 years ago

Skincare and massage therapies can not only help your body look and feel healthy, but they can also renew your mind and spirit. Taking advantage of the many different types of spa treatments can help you to explore new ways to pamper your body and calm your mind. Some of these therapies can even enhance your body’s immunity by restoring health and circulation. Take a look at your spa ritual options below.

Egyptian Beauty Ritual

One of the most popular and historical spa therapies is the Egyptian Beauty Ritual. This treatment consists of a special body wrap that can heal the skin’s surface, providing nutrients and hydrating minerals to the skin and achieving a youthful glow. The natural antioxidant agents in this treatment will help to ward off signs of aging and restore youthful texture to the skin.

Moroccan Purifying Ritual

This relaxing spa treatment offers traditional Moroccan blends of coffee, olive, lemon and other natural elements to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin. This treatment improves the overall circulation in the skin, which helps the body to heal damaged cells more quickly. The detoxifying agents help to remove all the toxins that are trapped inside the cells of your body.

Mayan Cocoa Ritual

In Mayan history, cocoa was considered to be a divine gift, full of healing power and rich vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. This spa ritual will rid your skin of toxins while promoting cell regeneration. You’ll receive a whole-body exfoliation, followed by a hydrating cocoa serum and vichy shower, and finish with a relaxing massage.

At Spa Reveil, we can help you to renew your body’s overall health through skincare and spa rituals that are designed to promote wellness. We specialize in signature spa rituals that include Egyptian, Scandinavian Detox, Moroccan, and many others. Call (512) 961-4714 to schedule your spa ritual appointment today. 


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