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While no specific aromatherapy massages are offered, The Spa at Barnsley Resort diffuses calming sweet orange oil in each treatment room. It also uses eucalyptus oil in the steam room and on eye pads that are used during the face-up portion of massages. Therapists are happy to change the room or eye-pad scents, and will often recommend fragrances specific to your needs, such as peppermint and eucalyptus to clear up sinus congestion. If you love the scent of rose, however, try out the Barnsley Rose Body Treatment, where your body is dry brushed and massaged with organic rose body oil, then exfoliated with a gentle sugar scrub. A steam canopy billows rose- and chamomile-scented steam from head to toe during a mini eye facial and massage, then heirloom rose-scented lotion — made for the spa in honor of the antique rose garden on the grounds of the Forbes Travel Guide recommended Barnsley Resort — is rubbed onto your body.
The Spa at Barnsley Resort offers aromatherapy during massages by incorporating a refreshing eucalyptus fragrance, via an eye mask imbued with essential oils, into each treatment.