Put these relaxation destinations and products on your to-do list for the future.
O‘o Hawaii’s Golden Nectar ($98) is a brightening and firming serum with pineapple enzymes and ferulic acid.
Most Hedonistic Spa Treatment
(5031 Hana Highway, travaasa.com)
One of the most exotic and quaint places in the world is the beloved Hana. At the Spa at Travaasa, opt for the Malama Pono, an over the top treatment involving a 90-minute custom massage and a 60-minute custom facial, topped by a 30-minute Molokai sea salt scrub.
Insider’s tip Opt for an extra indulgence with the addition of the Herbal Foot Wrap (15 minutes for $45). A warm herbal honey mask will transform tired feet.
Best Natural Beauty Products
O’o Hawaii only uses natural, high-functioning, superfood-level ingredients from non-GMO sources and, when available, grown organically in Hawai‘i.
Insider’s tip Integrate Brilliant Feather beauty balm ($98) into your nightly routine to get glowing, nourished skin. It has anti-inflammatory properties; plumps and smooths; and protects against free radicals. It contains red algae (astaxanthin), Hawaiian Coffeeberry extract and noni fruit. Say no more!
Best Babymoon Services
(Four Seasons Resort at Hualalai, 72-100 Ka‘upulehu Drive, fourseasons.com/hualalai)
You don’t have to be kid to enjoy being bathed! For expectant mothers, try the Warm Bubble Bath treatment ($195), where your body will get dry-brushed and your hair treated in coconut oil, all followed by an unforgettable soak in a traditional Japanese bathtub.
Insider’s tip Add a baby-safe, nontoxic Deborah Lippman mani-pedi to your experience for happy nails ($160).
Zellda Keath, the resident doctor of acupuncture and oriental medicine at Kohanaiki (the uber-exclusive golf resort community) has
her own private practice. See her and you will be healed—we promise.
Insider’s tip Dr. Keath has an exquisite touch. See her for acupuncture as well as craniosacral therapy, acutonics, chakra balancing and bodywork (Tui Na, Guasha, Mana Joint Play).
Photography by: Courtesy of O‘o Hawaii