Beyond the Facial

Five skin treatments for everything BUT the face

 

The skin is the largest organ of the body, but both spa-goers and spa owners often focus just on the face and body. “Skin is the largest barrier against infection, so taking care of our skin from head to toe is important to prevent future concerns. We tend to focus on our face, neck, and décolleté because it’s easy to see and reach and ignore those more difficult to reach areas” says Ginger McLean, Director of Spa Operations at Rock Spa & Salon at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Here are five treatments that take on everything but the face!

SEXY BACK

Let’s face it. The back is usually the last thing people think about when booking a spa treatment. But come summertime when the shirts are off (for the guys) and the outfits are skimpy (for the girls), a back covered with acne, dry skin, or just not glowing the same as the face is sure to stand out in a crowd. Luckily, the Rock Spa & Salon has a Sexy Back treatment ( 50 min., $135) holding no one back this bathing suit season.

Everyone talks about what a mud mask and lymphatic drainage can do for your face, but what’s below the neck also deserves the same attention.

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Carrie Borzillo
CBorzillo@lne.com

Carrie Borzillo is an award-winning lifestyle and entertainment journalist covering spas, health and wellness, sex and relationships. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Men's Health, SELF, People, Entertainment Weekly and more. She is the author of three pop culture books. Borzillo can be reached at carrie.borzillo@gmail.com.



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