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Thursday, February 18, 2010

As Tried on Broadminded with Chelsea Kaplan

Heading to Vegas anytime soon? If you're looking for a super spa experience, check out these recommendations from Regular Broad Chelsea Kaplan of themomtourage.com. She came in and shared her favorite Vegas spas with us, and brought in a few of the latest-and-greatest products they're using:

1) Best spa for nail services: Vdara Health & Beauty (at the Vdara Hotel in the CityCenter complex), http://www.vdara.com/amenities/spa-health-beauty.aspx. The salon uses SpaRitual nail care products, a line of vegan, eco-friendly nail treatments, exclusively. The formulas are much less harsh than any Chelsea says she's ever seen, and she adored the colors - especially a pale lilac called "I am the Light". Visit sparitual.com for to see the products.

2) Best Spa for hair services: The Spa at Aria (at the Aria Hotel in the CityCenter Complex), http://www.arialasvegas.com/spa/. The stylist Chelsea saw used MoroccanOil products exclusively, explaining tha tshe's used it on celebrities like Salma Hayek, Jessica Biel and Jessica Alba. Chelsea's been hooked on them ever since - especially the original MoroccanOil hair treatment. Go to www.moroccanoil.com to check 'em out.

3) Best Spa for body and skin services: Spa Bellagio (at The Bellagio Hotel), http://www.bellagio.com/spasalon/. Chelsea recommends the 70-minute Deep Coconut Surrender massage -it focuses on the back, neck and shoulders, using firm pressure, heated stones, and hot towels, while coconut milk is drizzled along the spine and back of the legs. A-mazing!

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