The Coolest Spas for Recharging During Couture Week

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Whether you’re dashing between shows or simply taking in all the sights Paris has to offer, a luxurious treatment at one of the city’s must-visit skin-care destinations is just the thing you need to give you a boost. From a floating spa on a boat to a galactic-themed studio, read on for the coolest spas in Paris for recharging during Couture Week. You can thank us later. 

La Maison Guerlain Spa

 

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Created in 1828, Guerlain is one of France’s oldest perfume houses, and for generations it’s built a following thanks to its addictive (and iconic) fragrances like Shalimar and luxurious skin-boosting products. Its beauty institute, tucked away downstairs at its flagship store on the Champs-Elysées, is certainly worth checking out if you’re a beauty enthusiast traveling to Paris. Accessible via a sweeping staircase, the luxurious spa promises an exceptional multisensory and holistic experience carried out by a team of experts.

Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris

From June 29 to July 13, Dior is embarking its iconic Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris aboard a boat for an unprecedented two-hour cruise on the River Seine.  The floating spa accommodates only five passengers in its four suites, for each journey, to ensure an idyllic and exclusive experience. During the cruise, guests can choose from two face treatments and two body treatments that harness ingredients such as the Granville rose from the garden of the designer’s childhood home in Normandy, lasting 60-minutes each. 

Tata Harper Treatment Room

Tucked away in the iconic Hotel Le Bristol Paris, the Tata Harper treatment room features a menu of 100 percent all-natural, non-toxic services using products produced on the Colombian founder’s farm in Vermont and that are exclusive to the hotel. With a soothing green interior and 1970s-inspired floral wallpaper, guests will instantly feel relaxed when they enter the space, which was designed by Parisian architectural duo Yann Le Coadic and Alessandro Scotto. When it comes to the exclusive spa menu, guests have the chance to try body treatments such as a “liquid gold organic body massage” and “head to toe detox body treatment”.

Face2une

 

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The gender-neutral, intergalactic-themed facial studio carries out its treatments in its open plan space situated in Rue de Richelieu, an ancient street that begins a stone’s throw from the Louvre Museum. The menu revolves around a face sculpting technique combining massage, gua sha, and targeted products meant to contour facial muscles and smooth out lines using non-invasive methods, or in its own words “to apply Photoshop and digital filters to reality”. 

 

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