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This New Spa Treatment Will Take You One Step Closer to Zen

(Sponsored) Inspired by the traditional Japanese onsen, Nā Ho‘ōla’s 50-minute Onsen Mineral Wrap brings serenity to your day.



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Nā Ho‘ōla Spa

Photo: Courtesy of NĀ Ho‘Ōla Spa

 

Located on the fifth floor of the Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa, Nā Ho‘ōla Spa’s newest Onsen Mineral Wrap treatment nourishes the body and soul with four rejuvenating steps.

 

Bamboo, matcha tea and lemongrass exfoliation with geothermal brine mineral salts

Your journey begins with an invigorating exfoliation using a blend of detoxifying bamboo powder, refreshing lemongrass oil and antioxidant-rich matcha tea leaves mixed with geothermal brine salts, naturally infused with an abundance of healing and vital minerals.

 

Organic onsen mineral wrap

A body wrap infused with green tea extract and over 90 minerals, including those found in a traditional onsen: copper, aluminum, iron, sulfur and salt.  The addition of essential oils such as hinoki, derived from Japanese cypress, create a calming blend.

 

Cooling and soothing matcha mask

A cooling natural gel mask helps fight against the effects of sun exposure, dehydration, premature aging and fatigue. The treatment contains cucumber extract and distillate for a refreshing, soothing sensation on the skin that helps reduce inflammation.

 

Nourishing yuzu crème

The treatment ends with a luxurious, skin-softening body butter crème made with Hawaiian macadamia nut and kukui nut oil delicately scented with Japanese yuzu and other pure citrus oils.

 

Nā Ho‘ōla Spa, Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa, 2424 Kalākaua Ave. (808) 237-6330 | NaHoolaSpaWaikiki.com

 

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