Manor Vail Spa awarded Green Spa Certificate by Eminence Skincare
In celebration of receiving the Eminence Skincare Green Spa Certificate, Manor Vail Spa is offering limited-time fall specials, including the Pumpkin Latte Hydrating Facial for $109 and the 50-minute Ultimate Sports Massage for $95. To book an appointment, call 970-674-7977 visit http://www.manorvailspa.com.
VAIL — Manor Vail Spa, located inside Manor Vail Lodge at the base of Vail Mountain’s Golden Peak, is now offering guests an even more elevated experience that is good for both the body and the environment.
Eminence Skincare, a leader in organic skincare known for its organic products, herbal scrubs and skin treatments, has awarded Manor Vail Spa the Green Spa Certificate. This certificate recognizes spas that have influenced the green movement and have incorporated eco-friendly products that conserve energy and reduce waste.
Spa services that contain green-friendly Eminence products include the Clear Skin Facial, Firm Skin Facial and the Ultimate Blueberry Fire & Ice Facial. Manor Vail Spa is committed to using natural and organic products, when possible.
“We believe in taking care of people and the environment” said, Kordi Schmidt, of the Manor Vail Spa. “We are all living greener and practicing more sustainable habits, and we wanted that to cross into an exceptional spa experience to our guests.”
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In addition to the green certification, which includes organic products, Manor Vail Spa also offers oncology-specific services by a trained aesthetician and therapist. Those services are fully customized to the client and offer healing and wellness remedies. The Spa also works closely with Julie Bach, president of Spa4ThePink, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals going through cancer treatments reconnect with themselves through mediation, mindfulness, yoga and spa.
Manor Vail Spa services are created to promote relaxation, wellness, stress relief and pampering. Aestheticians work with world-class ski racers and dance professionals of the Vail International Dance Festival to focus on providing therapeutic treatments. They specifically design a massage that increases endurance, averts injuries and prepares athletes’ bodies and minds for peak performance.
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