Resort offering wine-based treatments

Grotto Spa has several types of treatments that are based on the properties of wine

Loves of fine wine won't want to miss the upcoming wine tasting event.

Loves of fine wine won't want to miss the upcoming wine tasting event.

To celebrate the fourth annual Parksville Uncorked Food and Wine Festival, The Grotto Spa at Tigh-Na-Mara has paired the DiVine Collection from it’s Eminence Organic Skincare line with their award winning treatments.

The signature treatments are like a happy hour for your skin, according to Jenn Houtby-Ferguson, director of sales and marketing for Tigh-Na-Mara. Ripe with polyphenols, Hungary’s famous Tokay ice wine grapes fortify, tone, and restore dynamism to the skin; while decadent champagne grapes help fight free radicals and provide the appearance of younger, healthier skin.

Houtby-Ferguson said the Grotto Spa has different wine-inspired treatments, including the Toast of the Town Facial. Just like a fine wine, you get better with age — but that doesn’t mean your skin needs to look older. The 60 minute treatment promises smooth, younger looking skin with the wine-inspired DiVine collection. The Mimosa Champagne Massage is a pairing of champagne and Tokay grapes during a 60 minute luxurious massage that will moisturize and soothe your skin to a silky finish. For your feet there is the Uncorked Pedicure.

Sit back in the pedicure throne and enjoy a sugar cane exfoliation and a nourishing foot paraffin dip. The DiVine Body Balance is an invigorating champagne sugar scrub, followed by a decadent chocolate truffle wrap and mini facial, finished off with a soothing anti-oxidant rich mimosa champagne massage.

For more information phone 250-248-1838 or visit www.grottospa.com.

 

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