Five Products for Optimal Skin Care at Spa of the Rockies at Glenwood Hot Springs

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The award-winning Spa of the Rockies at Glenwood Hot Springs announces its top-selling skin care products. The all-organic products come from as far away as Hungary and as close to home as Boulder, Colorado; though diverse, what they all have in common is their high quality, highly potent, naturally derived ingredients. These products address a variety of skin care and health concerns including premature aging and wrinkling, sun damage, excessive dryness, joint pain and overall wellbeing.

Facials are among the most requested services at Spa of the Rockies

Our aestheticians and therapists receive ongoing education about the efficacy of products, but ultimately it’s our clients who tell us which products are the most effective

Since opening four years ago, Spa of the Rockies clients have had the opportunity to try and observe, either via spa services or at-home treatments, the results of the many products available at the award-winning spa located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The top sellers deliver consistent results to a demanding clientele in a crowded marketplace. The Spa of the Rockies’ peak performers include products from Pure Inventions, Kneipp, Eminence, Lexli and Zents.

“Skin and body care are some of the top reasons our clients choose Spa of the Rockies,” said Avalon Lionheart, Spa of the Rockies Manager. “Our aestheticians and therapists receive ongoing education about the efficacy of products, but ultimately it’s our clients who tell us which products are the most effective.”

When guests check in for a treatment at Spa of the Rockies, they are offered a green tea beverage from Pure Inventions featuring a liquid nutritional supplement that is added to water and is rich in antioxidants, the nutrients believed to promote younger-looking skin, a healthy metabolism and increased energy. The company founded by Lynne Gerhards and Lori Mulligan, both certified clinical nutritionists and nutritional consultants, offers a variety of formulations, but the flavor favorite at Spa of the Rockies is Pure Inventions Pineapple Coconut Green Tea. Pure Inventions uses stevia leaf and lo han fruit as natural sweeteners; both are low-glycemic and may aid with digestion. Each serving provides the same benefits as ten cups of brewed tea; one two-ounce bottle provides an incredible 60 servings.

Enhancing the overall well-being of clients is the paramount mission of Spa of the Rockies massage therapists. Whether the client is an athlete just off a race or is suffering from the symptoms associated with arthritis or fibromyalgia, each is looking for the relief that often only comes with a massage. “For these clients we typically use our line of Kneipp arnica products in treatments and recommend them for at-home care as well,” explains Spa of the Rockies massage therapist Mike Sussman, who specializes in deep tissue and sports massage. The arnica plant is one of the best-known medicinal plants, used for centuries by Europeans and Native Americans. With its natural anti-inflammatory properties, Kneipp Arnica Joint & Muscle Intensive Cream is especially effective for easing discomfort associated with joint stiffness, as well as soothing puffiness of the legs and ankles.

In addition to massage services, facials are the other preferred treatment at Spa of the Rockies. Because of dryness related to both aging and the climate, the Stonecrop Hydration Facial is a favorite with spa-goers. The 50-minute treatment uses products featuring the ultra-hydrating stonecrop plant, a succulent, to encourage cell regeneration, lighten pigmentation spots and erase the signs of sun damage. It’s no wonder the Eminence Stonecrop Whip Moisturizer remains a bestseller among men and women. All products in the Hungarian-based Eminence line are made by hand in small batches, with ingredients sourced from biodynamic farms from around the world. Another succulent plant-based product popular with Spa of the Rockies clientele is the Lexli Lightening Lift Mask. The physician-formulated line uses pharmaceutical-grade aloe vera to treat skin conditions including acne, rosacea, eczema and more. The Lightening Lift Mask provides a temporary lift to the skin and helps to diminish fine lines, while simultaneously toning and firming.

For all the skin between face and feet, Zents lotions rich in organic shea butter are the go-to source for body hydration. The Boulder, Colorado-based company believes in gentle scents, ones that are not overpowering or filled with synthetic ingredients, ideals which seem to resonate with Spa of the Rockies guests. Two particular Zents scents stand out: Fresh, with notes of crisp linden blossom, green apple and lemon that create a light, uplifting fragrance; and Earth, a clean, classic scent that features bergamot, Siberian fir and frankincense.

These diverse products are top sellers at Spa of the Rockies; however, aestheticians and therapists are highly skilled at recommending products that are specifically targeted to the needs of individual clients. Spa of the Rockies was recently recognized with awards by both SpaFinder and Spa magazine. To book an appointment for a massage, facial or other spa service, please call 970-947-3331 or 877-947-3331.

About Glenwood Hot Springs
Glenwood Hot Springs is a landmark Colorado resort located along I-70 at Glenwood Springs, approximately 165 miles west of Denver and 90 miles east of Grand Junction. Famous for its enormous hot springs pool, other amenities include the Spa of the Rockies, the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge, an athletic club, a restaurant open for breakfast and lunch, a retail store specializing in swimwear, and a miniature golf course open seasonally. For more information, please visit or call 800-537-SWIM (7946) or 970-947-2955. Current press releases, a press kit, photos, and a live web camera are available at

Media Contact:
Jeremy Gilley, Director of Sales and Revenue
Glenwood Hot Springs/Spa of the Rockies
Vicky Nash
Resort Trends, Inc. – media communications for the travel & tourism industry

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