Vineyard, Orchard and Farmland Inspired PamperingChâteau Élan Winery and Resort, surrounded by vineyards about 45 minutes from Atlanta, is Georgia's largest producer of premium wines. The resort also features a spa mansion with private guest suites. Several spa treatments draw inspiration from the vineyards, including De-Vine Mud Body Masque, designed to regenerate and revitalize the skin. A combination of crushed grape seeds and French clay work together to pull toxins while moisturizing naturally with the oil from the seeds.
Among the many treatments offered at the award-winning Spa at Pinehurst in North Carolina, the Carolina Peach Nourrisher provides a full body exfoliation using a customized peach and pecan scrub. The treatment concludes with an application of soothing and hydrating peach-scented shea and mango butter.
In Virginia, the Spa at Kingsmill Resort, an Anheuser-Busch Company, offers a Kingsmill Signature Hops Massage with a special massage oil of extracts of hops and chamomile for a calming and relaxing effect. Another Kingsmill Spa treatment offers a nourishing body wrap using a warm and fragrant blend of natural oatmeal and Virginia honey.
At Blackberry Farm, nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, the Farmhouse Spa uses the properties of nature for healing and relaxation in their signature body treatment, Blackberry Mist. After a gentle exfoliation, the skin is purified and soothed with an herbal masque. A blend of blackberry, vanilla and cinnamon steam relieves tension and releases toxins, followed by an application of hydrating moisturizer.
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