A VAGINA spa could be coming to the UK as the owner of a popular salon in the US is looking to expand across the pond. Cindy Barshop, who appeared on the Real Housewives of New York, set up her VSPOT Medi Spa in the Big Apple two years ago.
Now Cindy, 54, is looking to set up a second location in London, and is eyeing up a spot near Harrods for her spa, which could be open as early as October.
Cindy is looking to bring her range of treatments which she’s developed stateside to the Big Smoke, including The O-Shot, FemiLift, V-Tightening, V-Steam, V-Plump and the 24k gold wax.
The weeks leading up to a vacation can be stressful, what with flights and hotels to book, dinners to reserve, and excursions to plan—plus, everything needs to be in order back home or in the office before you can jet off with true peace of mind. So while it can be tempting to pack every minute full of activities, it’s worth leaving one day of your trip to truly relax, and perhaps treat yourself to a spa day.
But what better way to relax and sight-see at the same time than visiting a hotel spa that’s got breathtaking views of its surroundings? While quality treatments and high-end products are essential for spa day magic, some of the best hotel spas also employ a strong sense of place—whether perched atop a mountain or set on a beach—to fully immerse guests in the moment.
For those looking to de-stress on vacation, it’s worth choosing a hotel with an on-site spa for a treat-yourself moment. And while a great spa day is a magical, mood-altering experience in its own right, anyone who’s ever gotten a massage or facial knows that plenty of different elements must come together for you to find your zen—from relaxing music and pleasant scents to clean facilities and a beautiful environment.
Naturally, some of the best hotel spas simply play into natural surroundings to surprise and delight guests. And in Asia, where both landscapes and cityscapes are plentiful, the spa views are seriously stunning. From Laos to the Maldives, here are seven most beautiful hotel and resort spas in Asia.
Eating well, looking good, and keeping healthy is very much part of the culture in Sydney. While Sydneysiders like to play hard, they also spend a lot of time, and money, on self care. These properties are the ones at which you can expect slippered feet tiptoeing softly along Moroccan-tiled floors, organic skincare products you wish you could afford to have in your own bathroom, calming music mingling with aromatherapy, and relaxation treatments that last almost the entire day. You can even slip out of a spa and into a Roman-style pool illuminated only by a faux twinkling night sky. A few of the hotels have gorgeous rooftop pools, too. See below for our pick of the best hotel spas in Australia’s dazzling harbour city. … continue reading The best spa hotels in Sydney, from ancient healing techniques to stylish pools with harbour views
Japan is known for its love of hot springs so chill out, Japanese style, at these amazing spa and bathhouses in the Japanese capital.
Going to an onsen or a public bathhouse is a quintessentially Japanese experience. Onsen waters are natural and volcanic, pumped up from the ground, while bathhouse waters are simply reheated. Whichever place you go to, you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. Here are a small handful of places to get wet. Continue at Source: 7 Best Onsens and Baths in Tokyo
From the minute you arrive at the gates leading into Monart Destination Spa and get buzzed inside to see the sprawling 100-acre grounds surrounded by woodland, you can already tell you’re in for something special. The 5-star destination spa hotel just outside Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford has won endless awards since opening in 2005, including Condé … Continue at Source: How To Spend A Perfect 24 Hours At One Of The Best Spas In The World