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You’ll find several wraps at The Allison Spa. During the Delectable Body Wrap, a therapist rubs your scalp and neck while you are immersed in a warm, decadent food-themed wrap — choose the chocolate truffle (irresistible for chocolate devotees), blueberry soy or cucumber mint. The 60- and 90-minute treatments end with a dreamy massage. If you prefer a wine-inspired wrap, opt for the 90-minute Grape Seed Cure. After a scrub of crushed grape seeds — which are harvested from the on-property 1.2-acre vineyard — you’ll be enveloped in a purifying organic honey-and-wine wrap, followed by shea butter body rubdown and scalp massage.
Some wraps target certain ailments: The Hot Oil Herbal Wrapsody is good for those who seek hydration. It blends therapeutic oils to relax and nourish and includes a detoxifying citrus oil body wrap and a massage. The age-defying body treatment firms and evens out your skin tone. First, your body is covered with a pomegranate extract lactic acid peel, then it’s slathered with a hydrating mask and wrap that’s supposed to boost your skin’s elastin and collagen. Next, a warm Vichy rain shower cleans you off (and lightly massages) before the 90-minute treatment ends with a body emulsion application.
Similar to a wrap, you can indulge with The Allison Spa mud mask, a treatment that's unique to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa. An Oregon sea mud is brushed on your body with soothing strokes. The sea mud not only helps purify and cleanse, it reduces water retention and soothes irritated or inflamed skin. The 60-minute treatment finishes with a moisturizing lotion.