Spa Week Fall 2011

Article by Cristal Orpilla, RN

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I feel pretty.

Oh, so pretty!

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Facials, massages, and manicures, oh my!  That’s right.  All the best in sp-a-a-ahhh-ing.  All for one week!  Back by popular demand,  it’s time to book those $50 spa treatments for some pampering pleasure!

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Spa Week kicked off with their famous Media Party!  And this was the most fun by far- Manicures from Martier,  professional eyebrow shaping from Spa Chicks, hand massages from Red Door Spa, hair styling by Ouidad, and glamorous makeovers by Youngblood Cosmetics—  what more can a girl ask for?!

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We stayed relaxed and refreshed at the Carefree Lounge

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Red Door Spa gave amazing hand facials and massages!

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Spa Martier gave me an awesome Cal-gel manicure with pretty rhinestone art!

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After the night, I was Youngblood-ed out with a bag full of Youngblood Cosmetics!

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I always love meeting up with my blogger classmates at fun events 😉

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Of course,  who can forget the generously jam-packed gift-bag?

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From October 10th – 16th 2011, hundreds of day spas, medical spas, resort spas, yoga and Pilates studios and other health and fitness centers will offer 2-3 exclusive services for a discounted price of just $50 each.  From everyday career and family obligations to an uncertain economy, it’s becoming more difficult than ever for consumers to justify spending time and money on spa treatments as a necessity rather than a luxury.   That’s where Spa Week comes in. From acne zapping laser-facials, pain alleviating trigger-point massages, and meditating yoga classes to nutritional counseling sessions, Spa Week offers an experience specific to the unique wellness needs of everyone.  My top picks?  The Rolling Stone Massage and the 24-Karat Gold + Amber Facial!

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For more Spa Week  info, check out my Spa Etiquette post! What Spa Week treatments will you be going for?

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Cristal

Cristal

Online Editor, Beauty Writer at Beauty-Goodies
As a New York City-based registered nurse with backgrounds in pharmacology, medical research, medical spa aesthetics, and cosmetic dermatology, Cristal became interested in the ways people go about achieving beauty. When she's not working full-time at Cornell Medical Center or performing aesthetic treatments at a midtown NYC medical spa, she daylights as a beauty writer, and has a penchant for scoring sample sale treasures, bellydancing, playing dress-up, and of course, chatting about beauty goodies.
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