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After­ward, the couple meets in the anniversary room, decorated in yellow silk roses and white organza, for a brief snack before a hot stone couple’s massage on side-by-side tables. The massage uses lavender oil and wonderfully warm hot stones. After the massage, the couple enjoys a Champagne toast. The package lasts a good two hours.

Sedona’s New Day Spa
1449 W. Hwy 89A in West Sedona
928-282-7502; www.sedonanewdayspa.com

The Spa at Sedona Rouge

Beginning this month, The Spa at Sedona Rouge unveils a new menu including manicures and pedicures and a new signature treatment, the Hammam, combining multiple spa treatments into one luxurious two-hour experience.

The Hammam begins with a Moroccan mint tea silt purifier applied to the entire body to increase oxygen and cleanse the skin. After a brief, in-room shower, a lemon coffee blossom olive stone scrub exfoliates the skin, followed by a long soak in a whirlpool bath. Next, a jasmine rose clay polish the color of Sedona mud is applied to draw out impurities and detoxify before another rinse. Back on the massage table, the body gets an orange quince mist prior to a deeply hydrating massage using a tangerine fig butter créme made with shea butter, black olive butter and fig.

Spa Director Toni Nurnberg said she was sold after experiencing the treatment in Phoe­nix last year. “I’ve experienced every treatment under the sun and not a lot blows me away but this is amazing,” she says. “It’s rich and sensual and the products are great for the skin.”

Sedona Rouge sells all the products used in the treatment, as well as Spa Ritual, a line of completely vegan spa products, and a private label line of facial products created by local company Body Bliss just for Rouge.

The Spa at Sedona Rouge
2250 W. Hwy 89A in West Sedona
928-203-4842; www.sedonarouge.com

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