Spa-Grown Ingredients Highlight Summer Treatments at The SPA at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler

Spa-Grown Ingredients Highlight Summer Treatments at The SPA at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler

Upcoming seasonal summer treatments have been released at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler. Designed by the skilled team at The SPA to revitalise and awaken the senses after a long Canadian winter, the treatments use organic spa-grown ingredients to craft handmade treatment oils and scrubs infused with citrus and floral aromas.

“Over the past few months our team has taken the utmost care in growing a number of the herbal ingredients found in our hand-made products to ensure our clients receive the highest quality. We are aware of the responsibility we have when choosing the products used in our treatments, and therefore we try to source the best organic ingredients. The extension to in-house, spa-grown ingredients was a natural progression,” says Robin Jewers, Spa Lead Massage Therapist.

Four Seasons Resort Spa by Justa Jeskova Photography

Cooling Aloe Body Wrap

Aloe vera, house-grown lavender and cucumber create a luxurious and deeply soothing body wrap. Sunburn, irritation or simply dry skin, this body wrap will encase the body with moisture, vitamin C and strong anti-inflammatory ingredients that will leave skin feeling calm and pampered.

Orange Blossom and Mint Body Scrub

Oils of orange blossoms, peppermint and bergamot matched with salt sourced from the Dead Sea offer a polish for the skin that will allow for an increase in even skin tone, deeper hydration and better overall skin function. A finishing cream designed to soothe skin will leave guests feeling refreshed.

Water Lily Facial

The esthetician team at The SPA perform a skin analysis to determine the best match products to skin type. Following, a water lily mask and brightening booster spray will improve skin tone and decrease dehydration. A quenching hand and foot treatment will leave guests feeling hydrated and fully cared for.

Media release and images provided by Colley Communications. Feature image: Justa Jeskova Photography

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