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SPA GODDESS


SPA GODDESS


LEO BEAR WRAPS


HERSELF IN TOWELLING TO TEST THE LATEST LUXURY SPAS


ACROSS THE GLOBE SPA REVIEW


SIX SENSES SPA, THE ALPINA GSTAAD, SWITZERLAND





Gstaad is renowned for its famous guests, with the likes of Madonna and Roman Polanski all owning properties here. But nowadays everyone is more interested in who has spas there. In a league of its own, the Six Senses Spa at The Alpina (above right) attracts fresh air-seeking wellness warriors from all corners of the globe. It’s a light-filled underground warren of curvy tunnels with a sprinkling of Asian touches to make the mountains feel exotic. After a day of thigh-burn on the slopes, this Spa Goddess found delicious refuge in the spa’s pink Himalayan salt grotto with its warmed beds, and there’s plenty more besides: a Turkish bath, hammam, vast indoor-outdoor pool, and steam and sauna rooms. In-depth, 60-minute wellness screenings are provided. These involve a doctor red-flagging any issues with metabolism, oxygen distribution, heart function and circulation. On the basis of the results, spa-goers are offered


a fully personalised programme. MUST-HAVE TREATMENT: Triple Lift


Mountain Facial (£226 for 90 minutes) WOWFACTOR: The hotel’s black book of medical and holistic experts offering everything from Tibetan healing and


chakra balancing to colonic cleansing. THEALPINAGSTAAD.CH


TEA AND THERAPY Sri Lanka’s smartest coast-hugging resort, Cape Weligama, has unveiled a spa comprising four treatment rooms and a roster of therapies, including hot lava shell massage, hydration facials, rejuvenation ceremonies and bamboo body scrubs. In a celebration of tea, Thémaé products will be used, as well as homegrown spice scrubs. The hotel also offers Hatha Yoga sessions,


and surf and SUP activities. RESPLENDENTCEYLON.COM


TREND ALERT BEDITATION


Dukes Hotel in London has a new mindful turndown service to help guests get some quality sleep in the capital. Its ‘beditation butler’ will be on hand with herbal teas, Floris candles, podcasts and playlists set up with calming breathing exercises to help guests clear their minds before bed. It’s available in


Dukes’ Liberty-print Duchess Rooms for an additional £45. DUKESHOTEL.COM


TRIED TESTED & 22 — aspire september 2017


Introducing Margy’s, the new gold standard in beauty. The creams and lotions are filled with collagen, hyaluronic acid, vitamins and soy protein to strengthen the skin’s immune system. To try before you buy, Margy’s facials are available


at Grace Belgravia in London from £190. MARGYS.COM; GRACEBELGRAVIA.COM


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