Skin Nour­ish­ment

Waikiki Magazine - - ILOVE WAIKIKI -

Many visi­tors to the isles make their first in­tro­duc­tion to our trop­i­cal fruits, nec­tars, nut oils and other ed­i­bles at the din­ner ta­ble. But these del­i­ca­cies have the power to heal both in­side and out, and many of the same in­gre­di­ents can be found on the menus of our spas. Here are a few of the treat­ments that use lo­cal in­gre­di­ents that are avail­able: Bliss will be yours with the spa’s Trop­i­cal Scrub add-on body ther­apy. Or­ganic pas­sion fruit oils in­fused with Hawai­ian sea salt fuse to­gether to form an in­vig­o­rat­ing raw sugar scrub. Cou­ple this 25-minute treat­ment with a sooth­ing mas­sage, for the ul­ti­mate, full-body glow—and smoother, more hy­drated skin to boot. The cost is $75 for the Trop­i­cal Scrub, and $200 for an 80-minute lomi lomi. but­ter. You’ll then be wrapped in sea al­gae masque en­riched with pre­cious marine botan­i­cals and rich es­sen­tial oils. End with heal­ing ap­pli­ca­tion of shea but­ter and some off-is­land el­e­ments: beach morn­ing glory and fresh clove. Com­pare this to a breath of fresh ocean air. The cost is $175 for 60 min­utes, and $260 for 90 min­utes.

the spa at trump

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