Our legs get us out of bed in the morning, support us all day, and carry us back to bed at night; but how often do we treat them to something special? The Spas at Big Cedar Lodge has the perfect solution—the Firming Leg Treatment—available at both the Carriage House and Lakeside Spa locations. According to Mary Bendure, one of the spa’s licensed Massage Therapists, the treatment “rejuvenates, promotes leg vein health, and aids the lymphatic system” through improved circulation.
The therapy begins with an Almond and Mineral Treatment, from Eminence Organic Skin Care, that gently exfoliates the skin. Warm towels are then placed around your legs, allowing the moist heat to nourish and relax your muscles. After removing the towels, dead skin cells are gently sloughed off leaving your skin soft and supple. The paprika included in the treatment, stimulates and oxygenates the skin, while tightening pores and giving an overall invigorating glow.
Next, Mary applies Lychee & Chestnut Firming Leg Treatment, also by Eminence. This immunity-boosting leg cream not only relieves tired, aching legs; it also reduces the visible signs of varicose veins. The treatment contains horse chestnut and butcher’s broom, which work together to improve circulation and stimulate blood flow. The product is a winner of the Day Spa Editor’s Choice award, and after experiencing the treatment, I can understand why.
Let’s face it, the continued high temperature has everyone looking for an excuse to step indoors and savor the comfort of a cool spot. From the moment the Spa doors open, the calm and relaxing atmosphere will make you want to stay all day. And with all the different services available, you can! If you haven’t been to the Spa, stop in and let one of our talented therapists or Barbara, the Spa Manager, find the perfect product, therapy, or treatment for you.
The Firming Leg Treatment is the perfect respite to your day. Give those tired, swollen legs what they need—some special care and attention. You've got legs, and you know how to use them... Let the Spas at Big Cedar Lodge pamper them!