Relax and Replenish

April 03, 2010

By Katrice

There's something about a warm breeze and vibrant blooms that make me want to indulge in a rejuvenating pampering session. I can't think of anything more blissful than a pomegranate polish and massage completed with a steam bath. (If you visit the Four Seasons Spa in Atlanta, it's a must.) But, there is more bliss to be enjoyed at some Atlanta's best kept secrets. Is there a better way to welcome the spring? I don't think so.


I have enjoyed a great many services at the Spa on Paces and can say without hesitation that whatever service you choose here will be memorable. My favorite: the Organic Oxygen Facial


Honey Massage and Skin Therapy is my go-to oasis when I'm on the south side of town. For a one-time fee of $65, you become a member with exceptional discounts on services. A 80-minute swedish massage is $49 anytime with membership.


The International School of Skin and Nailcare is my secret treasure. Well, not so-secret, actually. If I'm thinking of enjoying one of their cheap but chic facials, I better call for an appointment at least two weeks in advance, most times. But, it's well worth it. A Classic Facial (50 minutes, including exfoliation and steam) is just $17.


Happy luxurating!

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3 comments

  1. My first massage was at N'Seya (sp?) over 13 years ago. I am now a fan of Spa Sydell and frequent every 3-4 months. BUT I have been looking for a school to get the low-low :-). Thanks!!! Hey, have you checked our Charming Charlie? My new fav accessory shop. I HEART it big time!

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  2. Yes, the ISSN is wonderful. I've never heard of Charming Charlie. I'll be looking it up. :)

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  3. Went to ISSN - not a good day!!!! So disappointed :-(.

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