Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 7, 2004
When selecting a spa gift certificate, consider the following:
-Look for the spa voted best in your metropolitan area. In North Carolina, Blue Water Spa has been voted best day spa 2003 and 2004 by Citysearch http://triangle.citysearch.com/best/results/8552/
-Visit a spa if possible. If you cannot visit a spa in person, visit the web site. Visiting the web site for a spa can give you an idea of the spaÂs environment, their experience, and philosophy. The spa experience begins when a guest enters the door. By taking a virtual tour, http://www.bluewaterspa.com/index2.cfm?page=tour you can get an idea of what the experience will be.
-Some of the best gifts are things that one would typically not consider purchasing for themselves. A very popular trend today is treatments using more than one therapist. There is nothing quite like a facial (which includes a massage of the face, neck, shoulders, upper back, hands and arms) combined with a second therapist simultaneously massaging the feet with both hands and hot stones. At Blue Water Spa, a Foot Fantasy can be combined with almost any treatment. This heavenly experience includes both a manual and hot stone massage using essential oils and a warm parrafin dip.
-When considering a spa service for a man, be sure the environment is comfortable for a gentleman. Look for an upscale, contemporary environment with privacy.
-When giving a spa gift certificate, be sure to ask the spaÂs policy on aestheticians (facialists) leaving the room during a treatment. The therapist should be in the room at all times delivering pampering, relaxation, and results. A client who is left alone can feel forgotten and uneasy and certainly they are not getting the best treatment possible. Upscale spas would not think of leaving a client alone in a treatment room.
-If you see silk or plastic flowers, run away fast. Okay, maybe this is just me (and Oprah), but if someone cannot care for fresh flowers, I am not going to trust them with my face or body.
About Blue Water Spa
Kile Law, owner of Blue Water Spa has been selected as part of the National Day Spa Association (DSA) advisory board for the 2005 year http://www.dayspaassociation.com, Interviews with Kile can regularly be seen in plastic surgery journals, spa magazines and consumer publications. An interview with Kile appears in the December 2004 issue of Luxury Spa Finder Magazine on newsstands nationwide now.
When selecting a spa gift certificate, we all want the most relaxing, pampering and luxurious experience possible for the recipient. At Blue Water Spa, the commitment is to provide relaxation, results, and stress relief in a beautiful relaxing environment where all guests will be pampered and made to feel very special.
For more information about Kile Law and Blue Water Spa, go to http://www.bluewaterspa.com
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