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 Restorative Facial Treatment

Restorative Facial - 80 Minutes

This restorative facial uses organic OSEA products and techniques designed to slow the aging process, brighten skin, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. 

Indulge with our luxurious 80-minute age-defying facial treatment that has been exclusively developed with our product partner, OSEA. The products have been infused with sea minerals and plant-based botanicals that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. During this customized treatment, you will enjoy a double cleanse, corrective deep exfoliation, and restorative masks for not only your face but also your hands. An illuminating eye treatment and finishing products are the perfect endings to this treatment. Your skin will be left firm, lifted, and transformed.

 

What to expect

Brighter, plumper, and firmer skin
Diminished appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Refined skin tone
Reduced tension and stress

Not suitable for guests with the following conditions:

Pregnancy, or diagnosed Rosacea.

80-minute Restorative Facial - $225.00

To secure your appointment, we highly recommend booking in advance and providing a valid credit card.

This guarantees a confirmed reservation and a seamless experience.

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Our Waterless Skincare Treatments

We do not use water in this treatment - all product is removed with moist towels.  Instead, we use a gel made from soaking dried wild organic Gigartina seaweed.  Gigartina seaweed is a nutrient-rich fluid that infuses the skin with vitamins and minerals to support the collagen replenishment cycle in our skin and impart a beautiful, hydrated glow. 

The Salt Foot Sanctuary is proud to be one of a few spas on

the East Coast using the organic nutrient-rich seaweed-based OSEA products.

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Have a Group?  Questions?

Call (540) 853-8275

or email us

Additional Information

Our Cancellation Policy.

Download the Complete Spa Menu.

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