Be a Pampered Chef

Whether you need a pre- or post-Thanksgiving moment of Zen, take advantage of our exclusive spa deals, or go the DIY route with luxe tub treats.

 

1. The Body Shop Honeymania Moisture Bubble Bath Melt

…creates extra-creamy suds. ($14, thebodyshop.com)

 

2. Lush’s Enchanter Bomb

…is citrus-spiked and fizzes and froths as it dissolves. ($6.25, lushusa.com)

 

3. Le Couvent des Minimes Orange Blossom Foaming Bath

…creates sublimely scented bubbles. ($25, usa.lecouventdesminimes.com)

 

4. Carol’s Daughter Almond Cookie Bath & Body Oil

…yields silky, sweet-smelling skin. ($20, sephora.com)

 

5. h2o+ Sea Salt Skin Smoother

…will take care of any rough patches. ($27, h20plus.com)

 

Special Service!

 

Sign yourself up for a fab 50-minute Swedish Massage at any Elizabeth Arden Red Door spa between now and December 31, mention “Rachael Ray 13″ when booking, and pay $99 for a service that normally costs $125-ish. (reddoorspas.com)

If you need a megadose of de-stressing, go for Bliss Spa’s 24-Heaven body treatment at a location with a wet room. First comes an oatmeal mask with a heated wrap, then a Vichy shower (you’re hotizontal under a bunch of nozzles) and for the grand finale, a body blam rubdown. The service regularly costs $155, but present this page at checkout to get 20% off between now and December 31. (blissworld.com)

 

by Abbie Kozolchyk

 

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