Hit Refresh with a Limited-Time Offer on Signature Himalayan Thermal Therapy at Anantara Hua Hin Resort
Himalayan salt is everywhere these days: in the kitchen, the translucent pink flakes bring out the flavours, while the on-trend salt lamps promise ultimate good vibes in the living room. But it’s in the spa that the mineral really comes into its own: when warmed, the salt stones help stimulate circulation, detoxify the body, improve sleep, and calm the nervous system.
A practice that dates back to ancient times, the Himalayan Thermal Therapy is a signature spa treatment at Anantara Hua Hin Resort. To mark the start of 2021, the property is offering savings of 21% throughout the month of January on a 90-minute experience that also includes Thai herbal steam, a Rose Quartz facial and raw juices blended with ingredients from the hotel’s hydroponic farm.
Rich with 84 naturally occurring minerals including iron, magnesium, calcium and potassium, the artisan, hand-carved Himalayan salt stones help to dissolve all your mental and physical tension by reintroducing the minerals and trace elements to the body. As a result, the ultimate state of equilibrium is induced while encouraging the body’s natural detoxication. The ethically-sourced stones used by Anantara Hua Hin therapists are also anti-microbial and antibacterial.
This indulgent full body ritual is crowned with a deeply rejuvenating head massage focusing on Marma points, which destresses the nervous system and refreshes the mind, and a facial massage using iced Rose Quartz Gua Sha crystals that relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation and leaves you with a glowing complexion.
Promising to calm even the most frazzled of nerves, the Himalayan Thermal Therapy will be available at Anantara Spa in Hua Hin with a special price of THB 2,766 throughout the month of January. For more information and to make a reservation, please contact Anantara Hua Hin spa on +66 32 520 250.
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