The 4 Spa Treatments You Should Add to Your Bucket List

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Some spa treatments while expensive are worth every penny you invest in them. Although you might be unable to afford them frequently, these are the ones you definitely should add to your self-care bucket list to experience their wonderful benefits.

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Nâga Massage

If you are into Buddhism and the many ways in which this religion embraces harmony with your surroundings, this treatment will impress you in the best way. For a bit less than $300, you’ll be able to enjoy 100 minutes of relaxation under swaths of silk that are used to stretch, wrap, and move your body around by a specialist.

Turkish Hamam Rub and Scrub

You can get this treatment done in just 30 minutes and it will cost a bit over $100, but your skin will be forever grateful. This skin-sloughing routine begins when you are bathed with coconut milk that soothes your skin, after which you will be laid on a marble bed that is heated. Once there, you get a full-body exfoliation to remember.

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Water Shiatsu

Acupressure is wonderful and being in water reminds us of the maternal womb’s calm and relaxation. This treatment combines those two experiences during a full hour for a price of almost $330.

It is done in a pool suite where your therapist cradles you and stretches your body nice and gentle, all the while applying acupressure, giving your body the benefits of yoga.

The Clearing Factor

This treatment is excellent for those of you looking to achieve a good spiritual balance, along with better-looking skin. Your therapist first starts exfoliating your body entirely using Indian Kama oil and sea salt, which is followed by a lymph-system massage and a Swedish massage.

The Chinese technique for drawing out toxins called cupping is the next step in the treatment, with the cups placed on your back. After this is done, your whole body is wrapped in neem black clay and finally, you get some lotion applied. The whole process lasts almost 3 hours and costs over $700, yet it is worth it.

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Rainbow Rain Massage

If you love water massages and want to try something different, I encourage you to set aside $175 and one hour of your time and get ready to enjoy this massage. You will be under streams of warm water poured from a Vichy shower while you get an amazing massage using sun-dried clay of all varieties.

Although these treatments might be a bit of a stretch for your regular budget, it is a good idea to keep them in mind and save up to have them done at least once in your life.