When choosing a day spa, there's a lot to be said for convenience.
Find the day spas in your area, and go pick up a menu of services.
Itís fair to ask for a tour, though they may not be able to
accommodate you if treatments are going on.
Another factor to look at is size and atmosphere. Day spas can be as
homey as a bed and breakfast or a multi-million dollar facility.
Take a tour to find out if you like the spaís style.
Look for specialties. While day-spas tend to offer as many services
as possible, they might excel in a particular area, such as skin
care, massage, or healing treatments.
But the most important component is the quality of the personnel. A
good massage therapist or aesthetician should be able to put you at
ease from the start. And as in any pursuit, some people are more
gifted and committed than others.
I can always feel the difference between the people who are going
through the motions and the people who love what they do, and I
rebook with the people who do the best work.
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