Bounty Hunter: Post-hangover spa deals

By Wynter Holden

Going to a wild block party? Catching a couple of local bands play your favorite hangout? Snuggling up on the couch with your sweetie, watching the Times Square ball drop?

Whatever your plans tonight, you'll likely need a couple of days to recuperate from the wild goings-on, and our favorite babes of bliss & beauty at AZSpaGirls.com have just the thing: bargain-priced "Detox on the Rocks" treatment specials at eight Valley spas.

These quick fixes are priced at sixty bucks or less, which means they won't break your recession-reduced budget. Besides, you can't put a price tag on increased physical and mental well-being anyway, right?

Book soon, as these deals are only good through this Saturday, January 3.

  • Cure post-partying muscle aches and invite calmness into 2009 with a Zap Out of It Massage & Minerale Bath at Alvadora Spa at the Royal Palms Resort in Phoenix. Normally up to $145, but you can book one for just $60 from now through Saturday at 602-977-6400.
  • For $50, score a 50-minute Hot Stone Massage and Hot Tottie Winter Break hand treatment at Fuchsia, 480-813-7465.
  • Moisten your skin with a 60-minute New Beginnings Skin Treatment at Pure Skin in Mesa. The $50 treatment includes choice of a Cherry Enzyme Peel with Warm Chocolate Mask for dehydrated skin or an Iced Tea Tree Mask for congested skin. Call 480-325-3697 to make an appointment.
  • Glam Lounge in Scottsdale is offering a 60-minute Refreshed & Renewed Tip-to-Toe Treatment for $50 (regular price is $110). You'll be treated to a deep facial cleansing, exfoliation and oxygenating skin mask, plus anti-aging hand treatment, re-energizing foot buff and soothing cream massage. Call 945-1760 for info.
Look for more under-$60 treatment specials on www.azspagirls.com!

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Wynter Holden
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