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4 Colorado Spa Treatments Made with Local Ingredients



Ritz-Carlton Spa, Denver

Many Colorado spas offer special signature therapies inspired by locally sourced ingredients. Here are just a tempting few.

1. The Ritz-Carlton Spa in Denver has some fun “ex’beer’iences” on tap, allowing beer-loving guests a chance to crack open brews from neighborhood favorite Great Divide Brewing Co. to soak, scrub and sip as they spa. Brew-infused treatments include the Hops N’ Honey Ultimate Pedicure, and Mile High Malt Scrub & Microbrew Massage.

[Photo: Allegria Spa]

2. Allegria Spa at the Park Hyatt, Beaver Creek, offers the Alpine Thermal Wrap, with a hot stone massage followed by a slathering of arnica and wintergreen body butter and a warm body wrap. The Colorado Wild Rose Cure involves warm rose compresses, a wildflower body scrub and a custom massage using rose geranium body butter, while the new Rocky Mountain Stonecrop Cure uses indigenous Colorado stonecrop succulent plants known for their healing properties.

[Photo: St. Regis, Aspen]

3. The Remède Spa at the St. Regis, Aspen, has a popular Rocky Mountain Ritual, geared toward hydration and relaxation with a luxurious sequence of exfoliation,aromatherapy bath, hydration and massage for a soothing yet energizing effect.

[Photo: Hotel Jerome]

4. The Hotel Jerome’s Auberge Spa caters to outdoorsy clients with the High Alpine Oxygen Lift Facial, specially designed to combat reddened skin and fine lines with oxygen and deep hydration. The Jerome Facial for Men pays tribute to the town’s early mining days, using mountain minerals, colloidal silver, sulfur and herbals to soothe damaged skin.

 

Looking to pamper yourself with local spa products instead of visiting one of the above spas?
Try these four brands of skincare crafted with care right here in Colorado.

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