Now that we've passed Labor Day, spas are tweaking their menus to bring Fall flavors into the mix, often just for a few months. Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Atlantic City has added a new Pumpkin Maple Body Peel ($200, 75min) and Pumpkin Apricot Facial ($165, 60min), available in October and November. These treatments erase damage from the harsh summer sun and increase collagen production to get skin ready for the cold months ahead.
The Raindance Spa at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort is showcasing "Crush is in the Air" - a locally produced grapeseed and rosehip mud wrap followed by a 50-minute massage, specially priced at $210 plus tax and gratuity. After the treatment, rest amidst rose bushes in the idyllic spa garden. I recommend you take a dip in the garden's hot tubs before the treatment.
MGM Grand Spa is offering a Ginger Cocoa Body Contour to aid against fatty deposits, reduce appearance of cellulite, and increase firmness in skin, this dual-action treatment aims to maintain and restore a harmonious figure ,$295 for 75 minutes.
BATHHOUSE at THE hotel and Spa Mandalay at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas are both featuring an Almond Biscotti Massage, $135 for 50 minutes. This "custom pressure" massage increases circulation, soothes tired muscles, and creates an overall sense of relaxation.
Once winter arrives, Qua Baths & Spa will offering its "Sugar Plums & Spice and Everything Nice" treatments, a special menu of offerings for the face, body, hands and feet featuring sugar plum as the key ingredient. Designed to keep skin revitalized, exfoliated and protected, services will be offered November through December and include a stimulating Sweet Plums, Herbal Mud and Paprika Facial ($165), a Sugar Plum Masque and Almond Scrub Body Treatment ($200) and a Sugar Plum and Spices Hands & Feet Bath and Massage ($65).