Spring is right around the corner, and you know what that means: bridal season!
It can be a chaotic time for brides and their parties as they plan to celebrate the big day. It’s why more and more people are skipping traditional bridal showers and bachelorette parties and opting instead for a more relaxing and rejuvenating experience at a wellness spa.
A bridal day at a medical wellness spa is the perfect way to relax and enjoy a little well-deserved pampering for the bride to be and her loved ones. It is also a chance for the lucky lady to connect with her bridesmaids, close family members, and friends in a relaxed and intimate setting. A day at the spa can be a bonding experience that strengthens relationships and creates lasting memories.
Many spa treatments have health benefits that go beyond relaxation and stress relief. Massages, for example, can help improve circulation, reduce muscle tension, and promote overall well-being. Miss Universe 2023, R’Bonney Gabriel, was recently spotted at New York City's Beauty and Body Aesthetics getting a lymphatic drainage massage, a gentle rub that helps to relieve swelling.
Facials can help improve skin health and appearance, while body treatments can help detoxify the body and improve skin texture. Carson Kressley recommends brides get a Diamond Glow Facial. The procedure uses a general dermabrasion device that gently removes the top layer of skin and delivers topical cosmetic serums onto the skin.
Other popular treatments included skin resurfacing, body contouring, acupuncture, muscle sculpting and injectables like Botox that temporarily fight mother nature’s effect on the aging process and get back to feeling attractive again.
“Secret PRO has become a favorite at our spa,” says Dr. Bushra Helmandi, a chiropractor who founded New York City's Beauty and Body Aesthetics. “It is a skin revitalization treatment that uniquely combines two proven technologies - fractional CO2 and radio frequency micro needling – to safely and effectively treat all layers of the skin.”
Body contouring is another procedure that is growing in popularity. Also known as nonsurgical fat reduction, it aims to reshape an area of the body.
Many wellness spas offer customizable packages to meet the needs and preferences of their clients, including healthy meals, complimentary bubbly and catering, and personalized robes. At Beauty and Body Aesthetics, bride's can choose the VIP package that allows them the exclusive full use of the spa.
The idea is to make the day a unique and memorable experience that is stress-free for the bride-to-be and enjoyable for her guests.