French Hotel Spa Treatments Soothe Winter Skin

Luxury Spas: If you're heading to France this winter, stop in at the new Majclub Wellness Centre at the Villa & Hotel Majestic in Paris, and the Valmont Spa at the luxe Hotel de Charme Les Airelles in Courchevel. Both hotels have developed exclusive spa treatments to help travelers get their skin through the stress of winter.

The MajClub at the Majestic Hotel features revolutionary seasonal treatments designed by Céline Claret Coquet, creator of Clé des Champs, an organic line of products inspired by traditional Chinese medicine. The MajClub Wellness Centre is best known for it's non-invasive gold needle acupuncture facelift, but just for winter has developed the luxurious Balade d' Hiver spa treatment. The Balade d' Hiver is a multi-step spa treatment that begins with a soft scrub done with sheen of olive wax, vanilla essence, cinnamon and honey followed by a fresh seasonal wrap of eucalyptus and camphor oils and finished by a relaxing massage with scent of rosehip and a hot and wet haystack to warm the kidneys, that may weaken in the winter months.

Valmont Spa for Les Airelles features 7,000 square feet of spa treatment space, including the very unique snow cave, providing some much needed invigoration after time in the sauna. For winter, Valmont Spa for Les Airelles offers the Glow Energizing Treatment. The Glow Energizing Treatment is based on the ancestral technique of digito-puncture, and combines kneading and pinching to re-launch to the circulation of energies. Ice cubes are used to massage the skin and restore and revitalize the skin.

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Carly Zinderman

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