HEALTH & BEAUTY

CANYON RANCH SPA­CLUB

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The clas­sic spa re­treat on the Strip, Canyon Ranch gives stel­lar fa­cials. The mas­sive 118,000-square-foot club of­fers cus­tom­ized nu­tri­tion coun­sel­ing, acupunc­ture, a 40-foot climb­ing wall, and even a foot biome­chan­ics anal­y­sis cen­ter. IN­SIDER TIP: Re­serve a room in the Palazzo tower, which shares an el­e­va­tor bank with Canyon Ranch. The Vene­tian and Palazzo, 702-414-3600; canyon­ranch.com

CHANEL BEAUTY

Chanel’s first-ever beauty bou­tique of­fers its lim­ited-edi­tion cos­met­ics and fragrances, as well as its en­tire line of sun­glasses. IN­SIDER TIP: The sun­glass ex­perts are spe­cially trained to help you iden­tify the per­fect pair. The Fo­rum Shops at Cae­sars, 702-7352555; chanel.com

ESPA AT VDARA

This two-level spa comes com­plete with ESPA’S sig­na­ture Euro­pean heat ex­pe­ri­ences and a menu of re­ju­ve­nat­ing pick-me-ups for the face and body. Vdara, 702-590-2474; vdara.com

JUICE STAN­DARD

Three out­posts of this cold-pressed, zero-hpp (high-pres­sure pro­cess­ing) or­ganic juicery grace Las Ve­gas. Not so strict that it can’t have fun, the “Buzz” lo­ca­tion in Cos­mopoli­tan also has a full bar; its juices are the per­fect mix­ers. 4555 S. Fort Apache Road, 702-476-9800; 2530 St. Rose Pkwy., 702-979-9803; Cos­mopoli­tan, 702-698-7000; juice­s­tandard.com

NARS

Find all the vel­vety lip pen­cils, cheek­ily named blushes, and ul­tra­pig­mented eye shad­ows your heart de­sires at makeup artist François Nars’s Fo­rum Shops spot. The Fo­rum Shops at Cae­sars, 702-7491525; narscos­met­ics.com

NIYAMA SOL

The Ve­gas-based yo­gawear brand Niyama Sol not only cre­ates wildly fash­ion­able fit­ness duds, but makes them of RPET, a fiber pro­duced from re­cy­cled polyesters, bot­tles, and other post-con­sumer prod­ucts. So you can feel good as you rock the tribal and rock ’n’ roll-in­spired work­out wear, now a hit around the na­tion. Body Heat, 8876 S. Eastern Ave., 702-4320028; Barre3, 120 S. Green Val­ley Pkwy., 702-754-0290; niya­ma­sol.com

PLAT­INUM EN­TOURAGE

Founded by stylist Todd White, Ve­gas’s orig­i­nal blow-dry bar also spe­cial­izes in ex­cep­tional cut, color, and makeup ser­vices (in­clud­ing com­pletely wa­ter­proof makeup, for those whose goal is to slay at sum­mer pool par­ties). 6670 S. Te­naya Way, 702-410-5459; blowdry­bar­lasve­gas.com

QUA BATHS & SPA

Cas­cad­ing wa­ter­falls, Ro­man baths, and an Arc­tic Ice Room (press the but­ton: snow!) dis­tin­guish Cae­sars Palace’s 50,000-square-foot su­per-spa from others on the Strip. IN­SIDER TIP: When Nobu Mat­suhisa opened his bou­tique ho­tel in­side Cae­sars, Qua be­gan of­fer­ing Nobu-in­spired treat­ments ap­proved by Mat­suhisa him­self. Cae­sars Palace, 866-7820655; cae­sars.com

SEREN­ITY SPA

Opened in Fe­bru­ary af­ter a two-year ren­o­va­tion, Seren­ity Spa is a hid­den (and at 10,000 square feet, small by Ve­gas stan­dards) gem in West­gate, de­signed to re­flect the aes­thetic of its Park City, Utah sib­ling. Ex­pect su­per-per­son­al­ized at­ten­tion by knowl­edge­able ther­a­pists who will cus­tom­ize treat­ments. West­gate Re­sorts, 702-732-5648; west­gat­edes­ti­na­tions.com

THE SPA AT ARIA

Guests can make a day of it in this 80,000-square-foot spa by re­lax­ing on the heated-stone gan­banyoku beds, breath­ing the ther­a­peu­tic salt air in the Shio salt room, or meet­ing up with their sig­nif­i­cant others in the in­fin­ity-edged bal­cony pool lounge, over­look­ing the re­sort’s pool scene be­low. Aria, 702-590-9600; aria.com

THE SPA AT EN­CORE

Golden Moroc­can lanterns line the hall­ways, giv­ing En­core’s spa an Eastern grandeur, and its re­lax­ation room is pure Mid­dle Eastern luxe. It’s all com­ple­mented by tech­nol­ogy: Dig­i­tal screens al­low guests to con­trol wa­ter tem­per­a­ture and mood light­ing in the water­fall show­ers. Wynn Las Ve­gas, 702-770-4772; wynnlasve­gas.com

THE SPA AT MAN­DARIN ORI­EN­TAL

This spa fea­tures seven couples’ suites, a Chi­nese foot spa, and mul­ti­ple heat and wa­ter ex­pe­ri­ences in an in­ti­mate, 1930s Shang­hai-in­spired sanc­tu­ary. IN­SIDER TIP: Don’t miss the gor­geous mo­saic-tiled ham­mam, as well as the Rhas­soul treat­ment, in which you are cov­ered in clay and ex­posed to dry and wet heat to nour­ish the skin. Man­darin Ori­en­tal, 702-590-8886; man­dari­nori­en­tal.com

THE SPA AT RED ROCK BY WELL & BE­ING

This west-side re­sort trans­formed its spa into a des­ti­na­tion well­ness cen­ter, fea­tur­ing an out­door shower gar­den, a coed lounge, and a mind-body stu­dio. Book your­self an en­tire week­end, since there’s also nu­tri­tional ad­vis­ing, ver­ti­cal wall yoga, and work­outs in nearby Red Rock Canyon. IN­SIDER TIP: Don’t miss the Nasa-de­vel­oped Bod Pod, a di­ag­nos­tic de­vice that the mil­i­tary uses to de­liver full body com­po­si­tion mea­sure­ments. Red Rock Casino, Re­sort and Spa, 702-797-7878; rr-spa.com

TRUFUSION

With three lo­ca­tions, the wildly pop­u­lar Ve­gas work­out chain of­fers more than 200 classes weekly (think boot camp, bat­tle ropes, yoga, hot Pi­lates) with tons of ameni­ties— and at a lower price—than other pre­mium gyms in town. 8575 S. Eastern Ave., 702-982-2930; 4750 Blue Di­a­mond Road, #100, 702-5228911; 1870 Fes­ti­val Plaza Dr., #200, Down­town Sum­mer­lin, 702-9062777; trufusion.com

WYNN BEAUTY COL­LEC­TION

Wynn’s beauty bou­tique stocks a cu­rated se­lec­tion of fragrances, skin­care prod­ucts, and cos­met­ics from lux­ury brands like Pen­haligon’s and Laura Mercier. Wynn Las Ve­gas, 702-770-3537; wynnlasve­gas.com

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