Spa Index Recipes

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We are  pleased to share with our readers with a fantastic collection of healthy recipes — for your appetite, your brain, and even your skin.

Our recipes for spa cuisine and DIY spa treatments emphasize using fresh, healthy ingredients, but leaving room for an occasional indulgence — we can’t be saintly all the time.

“Moderation in all things, including moderation.” — Petronius

Our recipes are contributed through a variety of sources — some are created by our own team after enjoying food and treatments in renowned spas the world over, while others are graciously contributed to us by our participating spa and resort members, notable healthy cooking merchants, and natural home spa and beauty authors.

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7 Tips to Fix Sunburned Peeling Skin

While peeling cannot always be avoided, you can reduce the likelihood that your skin will peel by taking proper care of it immediately after sun exposure.

Fruity Spa Popsicles

Taking a cue from nature, Lake Austin Spa has perfected these recipes for healthy spa popsicles to include summertime ingredients of fresh herbs, yogurt, fruit, coffee and avocados. They are simple to make and free of high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors and dyes that are typically found in store bought varieties.

Miraval Green Smoothie for Clear Skin

Add more green to your diet this year in a healthy way. This smoothie is packed full of vitamins, nutrients and flavor which are ideal for clear skin.

Top 10 Body Cleansing Foods

Canyon Ranch Kitchen Staff Cathy Garrard and Canyon Ranch Reviewer Lisa L. Powell, M.S., R.D.N. tell us to make sure our diet contains these Top 10 Body Cleansing Foods — nutritional superstars — to maximize your body’s natural detoxification abilities.

Apple Cider Witch Hazel Toner

Intended for slightly oily skins, we’re told by skincare experts this Apple Toner is an excellent substitute for rubbing alcohol (a real no-no for oily complexions, as it actually stimulates the oil glands to produce more oil). Witch hazel is a gentle astringent, apple cider vinegar will help restore your skin’s natural pH balance, and lavender soothes sensitive skin.

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