HONG KONG, 7 December 2012 - The award-winning, Five-Star Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is delighted to announce new treatments created to celebrate the holidays, ring in 2013, and welcome the Chinese New Year of the Snake.
Holiday Pampering that Shimmers & Glows
“At this festive time of year, holiday parties abound. The Spa’s Luminescence Body Treatment before a big night out helps restore balance to the body and provide the skin with a holiday shimmer,” says Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ Spa Director, Jennifer Lynn. For the perfect holiday gift for the man in your life, Lynn recommends The Spa’s Tao of Man as the ultimate way to decompress and rejuvenate.
Luminescence Body Treatment – 90 Minutes / USD 280 weekends and USD 240 weekdays
The Luminescence Body Treatment renews and gives a “diamond-like” shimmer to the skin for a touch of glimmering glamour. The treatment begins with a Swedish massage to stimulate circulation and energise weary muscles. An invigorating body scrub follows to smooth and refresh the skin. For a lastingshine, Pearl Powder, a tried and true Asian beauty secret, is applied to the entire body leaving the skin glowingly luminescent.
Tao of Man – 90 Minutes / USD 280 weekends and USD 240 weekdays
The treatment begins with a targeted, therapeutic massage combined with the moist heat of an herbal compress to warm and soothe tight muscles and joints a herbal massage cream known for its extraordinary results is applied. The experience is completed with an East Asian massage technique known as Gua Sha used to restore and repair muscles. At the end of the treatment, guests will receive a Tao of Man Daily Skin Defence 3-in-1 product as a take home gift.
Reset & Rejuvenate for the New Year
“The New Year is the perfect time for resetting priorities and our mindset,” says Lynn. “The Spa’s Good Karma treatment cultivates positive Karma to begin the New Year and balances the Chi with its invigorating focus on the feet and body.”
Good Karma - 90 Minutes / USD 280 weekends and USD 240 weekdays
The healing powers of jade and ginseng are incorporated into this invigorating massage and foot treatment. The first step soothes the soles of the feet using an herbally blended exfoliant that smooths rough skin, followed by deep moisturizing to soften. A full body massage using warm jade stones on vital energy points further balances the chi into the system.
Customised Treatments to Celebrate the Chinese New Year of the Snake
February 10, 2013 marks the beginning of the Year of the Water Snake in the Chinese calendar. The following special treatments are available January 23 – February 28, 2013 in celebration of the Chinese New Year of the Water Snake.
Double Destiny – 2 Hours / USD 650 per couple
Set in a private couple’s suite, this two-hour Chinese New Year ceremony is designed for couples seeking good karma, long lasting relationships and a bit of romance. An inviting foot ritual using essential oils begins the journey. After a skin softening body exfoliation, couples relax under the soothing waters of the Private Heaven Steam Shower. Then symbiotic rhythms are restored as a couple’s side-by-side massage is performed.
Destiny of the Water Serpent – 90 Minutes / USD 280 weekends and USD 240 weekdays
This invigorating massage rings in the Chinese New Year with a welcoming foot ritual followed by a full body massage designed to release tension and increase circulation in the lower back and shoulders. A warm mineral mud mask is then applied to the lower back and enveloped with moist heat for deeper penetration to “uncoil” this customarily tense and tight area of the body.
Chinese Zodiac Manicure and Pedicure - USD 220
The Spa’s Chinese Zodiac manicure and pedicure is tailored to a guest’s personal Chinese element of fire, earth, metal, water or wood. Both the manicure and pedicure use an exfoliant, mask, moisturizer followed by a customized hand and/or foot massage on vital energy points using aromatherapy oils. The treatments conclude with a cuticle clean up, shaping and nail polishing
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