A Sweet,

New Spa Experience

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Written by Christina Coplon


Sugar might have a bad reputation when it comes to your diet, but it’s a great ingredient in skincare. The fine texture gently exfoliates the skin and banishes imperfections caused by sun exposure and pollution. So, if summer took a toll on your skin, you can transform your complexion this fall by indulging in a sugar-body scrub treatment at FLX Salon & Spa.

A lover of all things sugar, I was instantly intrigued by this new offering, so I scheduled an 80-minute appointment with Brittney. Rumor has it that she’s one of the best, new massage therapists (and spoiler alert…I agree). Brittney used an all-natural and organic lemongrass & green tea product by BCL Spa. These ingredients work wonders together. The green tea reduces inflammation and redness while the lemongrass, a natural disinfectant and astringent, eliminates toxins, minimizes the appearance of pores, and removes excess oil.

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I got to the Spa Treatment Room for my appointment, but Brittney instantly put my mind at ease. The experience is similar to a massage, but instead of oils, your therapist will use the sugar scrub to exfoliate your hands, feet, and body. After you’re exfoliated, the therapist will use a warm towel to remove any excess product and gently massage your body with moisturizing lotion, leaving the skin feeling silky, smooth, and replenished. Days later, and I was still glowing and velvety-soft. Brittney recommended a monthly regimen, and with the harsh, colder weather ahead of us, I’m certain I’ll be treating my skin to this purifying and antioxidant-rich treatment all winter long.

As if this service wasn’t sweet enough, you can enjoy an introductory discount with this month’s FLX Salon & Spa promotion. CLICK HERE to schedule your first treatment and transition your skincare routine into the new season.

Visit the app store to download HERE to your mobile device or on your computer at MTB Here