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Medical spa

This article is about a health facility. For other uses, see Spa (disambiguation).

A day spa is a business which provides a variety of services for the purpose of improving health, beauty and relaxation through personal care treatments such as massages and facials. It is different from a beauty salon in that it contains facilities like sauna, pool, steam room and whirlpool that guests may use in addition to their treatment. In contrast, a destination spa offers similar services integrated into packages which include diet, exercise programs, instruction on wellness, life coaching, yoga and accommodations where participants reside for the duration of their stay. A resort-spa may also function as a day spa, if they allow access to patrons who are not guests of the hotel.

Day Spa Treatments

Massage Treatments

Beauty Treatments

Alternative Therapies

Types of Day Spas

  • Hotel Spas
  • Urban Day Spas

In addition, a Beauty Salon may also offer many of the same treatments found in a Day Spa, without the spa facilities.

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