Pumpkin is by far the most popular ingredient for fall services, as evidenced by the menu at Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The retreat offers the $160 Pumpkin Glow Facial, which promises the anti-aging powers of pumpkins and yams. Green tea and lactic acid enhance this 50-minute treatment intended to soften fine lines and restore balance while deeply hydrating the skin. Sahra also has the Autumn Body Bliss scrub and the Pumpkin Spice Face & Body Indulgence wrap, both pumpkin-based.
For $85, Spa Mandalay and Bathhouse Spa has the Pumpkin Spice Scrub, a luxurious 25-minute service that features a full-body gentle exfoliation with the fragrance of pumpkin spice. Infused with vitamins A and E, the polish is designed to stimulate circulation and unearth healthy skin.
“Pumpkin is great because of its free radical neutralizing powers, keeping the skin wrinkle-free,” Mandalay Bay director of spa services Jane Cox said.
To revive tired feet, try Cristophe Salon’s Pumpkin Pie Pedicure. For $90, customers will get to relax in a whole milk softening soak, followed by a brown sugar pecan scrub and a warm organic pumpkin puree moisturizing mask. Honeysuckle custard lotion is massaged into the feet as a final touch.
Those who desire more R&R can go for the Autumnal Slumber Massage, available at Spa & Salon Bellagio. The rubdown begins with a slow, gliding massage that swathes guests in hot towels, creating a wrap of lavender-scented peace. The $170 service includes the Hot Toe Bliss, a warm stone massage for the feet and calves.
Finally, for an all-encompassing experience, look no further than the Season of Indulgence at Nurture – The Spa at Luxor. After indulging in a 25-minute body scrub, guests are treated to a 25-minute massage and a 25-minute facial while breathing in the spicy sweet aroma of pumpkin and spice. The best part — spa-goers can purchase the individual treatments at $70 each or book all three for $180.
A bargain price for glowing results.
Spa & Salon Bellagio
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Nurture – The Spa at Luxor
3900 S Las Vegas Blvd.
—Genevieve Wong, Brand Publishing Writer