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FOR A WINE SCRUB Mi­raj ham­man spa 188 Uni­ver­sity Ave., 647-253-5770

Why drink your grapes when you can get the pits and pulp rubbed into your skin? The men’s Vinother­a­pie fa­cial con­tains grapevine sap and seeds to reg­u­late mois­ture lev­els and ac­cel­er­ate cell growth. $180 and up.

FOR THE FULL-BODY TREAT­MENT Bodé spa for Men 156 Par­lia­ment St., 647-688-0338

The sig­na­ture“King of Bodé” treat­ment in­cludes an an­tiox­i­dant peel (to hy­drate skin and re­duce age spots), a ma­ni­pedi and a two-hour mas­sage—be­cause 60 min­utes is for com­mon­ers. $395.

FOR A SU­PER MAS­SAGE MB Bar­ber spa 1 Law­ton Blvd., 416-834-1036

The two-hour Chill Out pack­age fea­tures mi­cro­der­mabra­sion ther­apy, a mask made of Mayan clay and the show­stop­per: a four-hand, full-body mas­sage that leaves guests feel­ing bliss­fully loose and limb­less. $149.

FOR HEAL­ING WA­TERS elm­wood spa 18 Elm St., 416-977-6751

The Men’s Es­sen­tial Re­treat is a half-day lux­ury binge: a Swedish mas­sage, a mani-pedi, fa­cial, wa­ter ther­apy, and un­lim­ited ac­cess to the hot tub, pools and steam room. A three-course lunch at the Ter­race restau­rant is in­cluded, be­cause there’s no com­fort like carbs. $385.

FOR A FA­CIAL Mankind Groom­ing 212 Eglin­ton Ave. E., 416- 551-1113

Ev­ery fa­cial in­cludes a con­sul­ta­tion to de­ter­mine whether the client is look­ing for re­lax­ation, hy­dra­tion, anti-ag­ing or acne man­age­ment. Best of all: prod­ucts are only mildly scented, so you won’t leave smelling like a flower gar­den. $70.

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