Friday, May 8, 2009

happy mother's day: ahhh spa!

With so many spas on the market, it takes more than a choice of massages and facials to lure customers. Lucky for us, these days spas are creating innovative and inspiring treatments designed to target any individual need. And when it comes to Mother's Day, the list falls far from short. Moms-to-be can check into the Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, for a treatment called Pickles and Ice Cream ($249). It includes a 50-minute prenatal massage, plus a 25-minute ice cream bath (with a take home scoop for later) and some delicious deep fried pickles. At Miramonte Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, California, try the Desperate Spa Mom package ($155), featuring her choice of a 45-minute facial or a sensory scalp treatment, plus foot reflexology and membership for the day. At Skin Deep The Body Spa in Huntington Beach, California, try the Mother's Day BYOB (only $10!), otherwise known as Bring Your Own Baby. A highly skilled massage therapist will demonstrate the calming techniques of infant massage. At The Spa at Trump in Las Vegas, Nevada, go for the Indulgence Package ($299), a refreshing facial, body scrub and aromatherapy massage, plus stress relieving patches, Sprayology woman power homeopathic oral spray and a delicate eye pillow. At Spa Terre at Paradise Point Resort Spa in San Diego, California, go for the Celebrate Mom with Three Generations ($150 per guest) deal. Mother, daughter and granddaughter each receive a Passion Flower Pedicure, manicure and lunch on the private spa terrace. At Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa in Lake Arrowhead, California, try the V.I.G. package ($289 per guest) for Very Important Girlfriends. Enjoy a cocktail party with roll-in ice cream cart while watching your favorite chick flick. The next morning, treat yourselves to two 25-minute treatments and a spa lunch. Get more spa info on the International Spa Association website,

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