As we bid our summer schedules farewell, we also say sayonara to our dewy, bronzed summer skin. Whether you work or have gone back to school, it’s likely your well-rested face has been replaced with puffy, dark circles (oh how we’ve missed you… not). The colder weather, long nights of Netflixing and over-indulging on Wine Wednesdays can take a serious toll. Facials are an effective way to reach your #skingoals without a stitch of makeup. From oxygen-infusing treatments to HiiT workouts for your face, facials are anything but basic these days. Before the endless options leave you feeling overwhelmed and leave your face with premature stress lines (goodness knows we don’t want that), we’ve rounded up the best facials across Canada for your next pamper sesh.
Best Facials in Vancouver
Find it: 464 Granville St., breathespa.net
The atmosphere: With a marble staircase and an all-white interior, this spa in downtown Van is the definition of simple luxury.
Prices: $110 to $160, depending on the treatment
Products: Sacred Nature, Methode Physiodermie, Vivierskin and Nelly Devuyst
Must try: Their signature facial ($160, 120 min.), complete with a full skin analysis, deep cleansing, extraction (bye, impurities!) and more.
Chi, The Spa
Find it: 1128 W Georgia St., shangri-la.com
The atmosphere: Located in the ultra luxe Shangri-La Hotel, this calming oasis will make you feel like the queen that you are. You’ll even get to relax in your own private spa suite!
Prices: $175 to $270, depending on the treatment, duration and date
Must try: The Anti-Aging Collagen Facial ($200, 90 min.), which tightens and brightens with a collagen mask and a pressure point facial massage.
Find it: 1007 Hamilton St., skoah.com
The atmosphere: The facialists at this Yaletown facial spa describe themselves as “personal trainers for your skin,” so you know you’re in good hands if your complexion needs saving.
Prices: $45 to $120, depending on the treatment
Products: Skoah, the spa’s own line of plant-based prods
Must try: The Facialicious ($120, 75 min.), a personalized facial that will detoxify, cleanse and exfoliate your skin to perfection. Bonus, all the products and techniques are tailored to your complexion.
OptaDerm Skin Care
Find it: 2184 W Broadway #340., optaderm.com
The atmosphere: Like a chemistry lab for your visage, endless rows of OptaDerm products line the walls of this brightly lit space. You’re guaranteed to get a facial that addresses all of your skin needs, whether yours is oily, dry, sensitive or acne-prone.
Prices: $52 to $98, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Resurfacing Facial ($52, 60 min.), if you’re looking for that glow from within sans highlighter. The glycolic treatment will leave your skin quenched and gorgeously dewy.
Willow Stream Spa
Find it: 1038 Canada Pl., fairmont.com
The atmosphere: This extravagant spa calls the Fairmont Pacific Rim home, which means each facial comes with picturesque views of the Pacific ocean and gorgeous rugged mountains.
Prices: $179 to $300, depending on the treatment and date
Products: Tata Harper and Kerstin Florian
Must try: The Tighten and Transform ($279-$289, 90 min.), which uses microcurrents, or tiny electrical shocks, to help promote cell repair, so your skin will feel bouncy and firm post-pamper sesh.
Best Facials in Calgary
Find it: 700 Centre St. S, hyatt.com
The atmosphere: If you’re looking for a temporary haven from the hustle and bustle of downtown, plan a trip to Hyatt Regency Calgary’s spa. The minimalist décor means all the focus is on your gorgeously dewy skin post-facial.
Prices: $85 to $205, depending on the treatment and duration
Products: La Verne and Aromatherapy Associates
Must try: The Oxygen Vitalizing Facial ($185, 75 min.), which legit infuses oxygen into your pores (nbd) and lathers your skin with vitamins, minerals and plant extracts for an all-natural, fresh feeling.
Find it: 1304 4 St. SW, auraspacalgary.com
The atmosphere: Whether its the sleek black-and-white interior, super friendly staff or revitalizing European facials, there’s a reason this premier downtown spa is a staple in the city.
Prices: $75 to $289+, depending on the treatment
Products: iS Clinical and Biotique
Must try: The Pure Balance Facial ($130, 90 min.) for when your skin is feeling out of whack. With a skin analysis before and after the treatment, this European facial will leave your face rejuvenated and rebalanced.
The Natural Art of Skincare
Find it: 310 16 Ave. NW #210, thenaturalartofskincare.ca
The atmosphere: This cozy, welcoming spot describes itself as a medical spa with holistic healing and natural products, for effective results without harsh chemicals.
Prices: $76 to $149, depending on the treatment
Products: Éminence Organic Skin Care, Institut’ DerMed, Lowen’s Natural Skin Care, Apple Island Naturals and more
Must try: The Ultimate Acne-Attack ($149, 60 min.), the spa’s brand new facial treatment to zap away acne and blackheads. You’ll see clearer skin in no time thanks to a gentle exfoliant, a soothing almond mineral mask and an acne treatment oil.
Babor Beauty Spa
Find it: 2500 4 St. SW #25, baborbeautyspacalgary.com
The atmosphere: This one-of-a-kind beauty spa (it’s the only one in Canada) uses serums, cleansers and lotions from European skin care brand Babor for their luxurious facials. Plus, the simple, modern space only adds to the already tranquil ambience.
Prices: $60 to $375, depending on the treatment
Must try: For a quick skin fix, try The Fluid Performance ($60, 25 min.). It uses the brand’s moisturizing products to give you smooth skin in seconds.
The Spa Ritual
Find it: 106 Crowfoot Terrace NW, thesparitual.com
The atmosphere: The spa’s techniques, rituals and décor are influenced by Southeast Asia. We recommend warming up on a heated natural stone lounger in the Bali Sanctuary, the spa’s thermotherapy space, before your facial.
Prices: $145 to $255, depending on the treatment and duration
Products: Pure Ritual, Pevonia, Celazome, Toronto-based line LoveFresh and more
Must try: The high-tech Microdermabrasion Facial ($225, 90 min.) if your complexion craves a gentle (but effective) exfoliation.
Best Facials in Edmonton
Dandy Salon Spa
Find it: 11104 82 Ave. NW, dandysalonspa.com
The atmosphere: This spacious, airy salon and spa offers a relaxing escape that is equal parts beautiful and rejuvenating. Think, high-ceilings, lots of natural light and rustic dark wood beams.
Prices: $40 to $120, depending on the treatment and duration
Products: Aveda and Serene Skin Care
Must try: The Elemental Nature Facial ($45 for 30 min., $95 for 90 min.), a customizable treatment inspired by nature’s elements. To quench dry skin, try the Air facial. If you’ve got oily skin, the Earth facial will do the trick.
Life Stiles Spa
Find it: 10314 124 St. NW, lifestiles.ca
The atmosphere: Started by two aestheticians, BFFs Lydia and Shera, this cheery yet serene space provides the perf atmosphere for a weekend spa getaway with your girls (without ever leaving the city).
Prices: $140 to $250, depending on the treatment
Products: Yon-Ka Paris, G.M. Collin, Guinot and Dermalab’s Swiss Line
Must try: The Sea C Spa ($165, 90 min.), an excellent treatment to sooth your skin after a summer of sun exposure. This G.M. Collin facial blurs fine lines and wrinkles, evens out your complexion and brightens for a gorgeously youthful glow.
Wellness on Whyte
Find it: 8135 102 St. NW #303, wellnessonwhyte.com
The atmosphere: This wellness and beauty spa is all about encouraging its clients to find their inner peace, offering a diverse roster of treatments (like acupuncture, luxe facials and even life coaching) that aren’t just good for your body, but for your health and mind too.
Prices: $65 to $175, depending on the treatment
Products: OsmosisMD, Genestra, Phyto5 and more
Must try: The classic Wellness Facial ($110, 60 min.), which uses all-natural, organic prods to solve your skin troubles, whatever they may be.
Find it: 7115 109 St. NW, kolyanaturals.com
The atmosphere: For a holistic, all-natural experience, book your next facial at this botanical skin care shop, apothecary and spa. Using only plant, herb and flower-based products, what’s going on your skin is nothing but nature.
Prices: $110 to $184, depending on the treatment and duration
Products: Tata Harper, Dr. Hauschka, Éminence Organic Skin Care, May Lindstrom Skin and more
Must try: The Tata Harper Luxury Facial ($184, 90 min.), if you’re looking to treat yo’ self with luxe masks from the high-end organic skincare brand.
Dérmica MedEsthetics Spa
Find it: 10518 82 Ave. NW, dermica.ca
The atmosphere: With healthy skin at the forefront of their ethos, this high-tech spot offers the latest in skincare techniques, incuding photofacials and chemical peels.
Prices: $85 to $125
Products: GloTherapeutics and Cara Skin Care
Must try: The Dérmica FIX ($85, 60 min.), which includes cleansing, exfoliating, masking and moisturizing for all skin types.
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Poppy & Prairie Spa
Find it: 1200 Central Ave., poppyandprairie.com
The atmosphere: This homey spa is the perfect mix of old and new. The three-year-old small business recently moved locations from a historic house to a more modern space in Sutherland, but it didn’t lose any of its vintage charm.
Prices: $115 to $140, depending on the treatment
Products: G.M. Collin
Must try: The healing Collagen Facial ($140, 90 min.) for when your concealer just isn’t doing the trick anymore. The collagen restores tired, dull skin and promotes skin cell metabolism for a tighter, smoother face.
Just For You Day Spa
Find it: 2414 8 St. E, justforyoudayspa.com
The atmosphere: As the name suggests, this glamorous spa is all about focusing on personal wellness (which we all need to do more of, tbh). The tranquil dark wood, elegant crystal chandeliers and cozy lounge areas will leave you feeling zen in less time than it will take you to say “more rosé please.”
Prices: $90 to $130, depending on the treatment
Products: Lia Reese Botanicals
Must try: If you have sensitive skin, try the Soothing Serenity Facial ($100, 60 min.) to calm an inflamed, irritated complexion.
Find it: 6 – 115 3rd Ave. S, polishedbeautyspa.com
The atmosphere: With a dedicated clientele, salon owner Jessica Smith is known for her unforgettable facials using all-natural, organic skin care products. The friendly vibe and warm, inviting space will immediately put you at ease.
Prices: $175 to $375, depending on the treatment
Products: Éminence Organic Skin Care, Casmara and Saian
Must try: Jessica’s 5 Star Facial ($175, 90 min.), a personalized treatment from the owner. It uses exclusively Éminence prods to help you reach your #skingoals. Plus, breathing techniques, meditation and facial massages will leave you feeling so zen.
Best Facials in Winnipeg
Find it: 222 Broadway., tenspa.ca
The atmosphere: This high-end spa in the Fort Garry Hotel is a destination for luxurious treatments (like full-body Hamam rituals) and trendy facials (see must try). Plus, touches of turquoise and marble make for an equally gorgeous atmosphere.
Prices: $100 to $215, depending on the treatment and duration
Products: Epicuren, B.Kamins Laboratories, MCC Cosmetics and more
Must try: The Power Purge HiiT ($100, 25 min.), a high-intensity interval training workout for your face. The treatment extracts all the gunk from your pores (see ya, blackheads) for a fresh, rejuvenated face in 25 minutes flat.
Live Right Massage & Facial Spa
Find it: 1190 Taylor Ave. #1, liverightmassage.com
The atmosphere: Dermalogica enthusiasts, take note. This colourful spot (we’re all for the bright green accents) uses the cult skin care line to create a one-of-a-kind treatment.
Prices: $55 to $125, depending on the treatment
Must try: For facial newbies, try the Intro Signature Facial ($65, 60 min.), which includes an analysis, a deep cleansing routine and electrical modalities to help the products sink into your skin.
Urban Oasis Mineral Spa
Find it: 1445 Portage Ave., urbanoasismineralspa.com
The atmosphere: Equipped with a mineral pool and a wide range of facials, peels and treatments, this dimly-lit space is a quiet refuge to unplug and unwind after a stressful work week (or any time your face needs some TLC).
Prices: $65 to $145, depending on the treatment
Products: Sothys and Vivescence
Must try: The [W] Treatment ($140, 75 min.) if you suffer from hyperpigmentation. Thanks to a specialized skin peel and mask, your complexion will be more even and luminous after this relaxing facial.
Best Facials in Toronto
Serenity Spa & Lounge
Find it: 238 Wellington St. W, serenityspalounge.com
The atmosphere: Sunshine yellow and fuchsia are the colours of choice for this bright and happy spa, making it an adorable backdrop for your next post-facial selfie.
Prices: $85 to $150, depending on the treatment and products
Products: Dermalogica, Phytomer and Skinceuticals
Must try: Their Custom Facial ($85, 45 min.) with all of the essentials, like exfoliating, cleansing, massaging and moisturizing. Choose Dermalogica prods if you want a glowy, clean complextion, Phytomer for a soft, illuminating finish and Skinceuticals for skin that feels refreshed.
Miraj Hammam Spa
Find it: 188 University Ave., mirajcaudaliespa.com
The atmosphere: The interior of this internationally renowned spa in Toronto’s Shangri-La Hotel reflects both Middle Eastern and French design influences (like intricate red tapestry in one room to the stone walls and mod cut-out screens in the lobby)
Prices: $170 to $285, depending on the treatment and the date
Must try: The Beauty Elixir Ritual ($175-$185, 60 min.), which uses the Yin and Yang philosophy for an unforgettable facial. Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir is cooling, while warm towels are soothing, leaving your skin feeling dewy and energized.
Blitz Facial Bar
Find it: 1133 Queen St. E, 803 Queen St. W, 155 Roncesvalles Ave., 65 Queen St. W, blitzfacialbar.com
The atmosphere: With four locations across #the6ix, this modern facial bar is the solution for busy ladies who want to glow on the go.
Prices: $38 to $190, depending on the treatment
Products: Body Blitz
Must try: The Blitz + Glow ($48, 30 min.), a quick fix for a blah base. This facial contains all the ingredients for radiant skin: deep cleanser, toner, moisturizer, luxe argan oil serum, SPF and more.
Spa My Blend
Find it: 181 Wellington St. W, spamyblendtoronto.com
The atmosphere: Nestled on the 5th floor of the Ritz-Carlton, this extravagant, chic spa is the epitome of indulgence with its high-ceilings, velvet drapery and copper accents in the private facial room.
Prices: $190 to $210+, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Red Carpet Glow ($199, 75 min.), this TIFF-themed facial uses Clarins’ Anti-Aging line for reinvigorated skin. Ready for your closeup?
Find it: 1518 Dundas St. W, provinceapothecary.com
The atmosphere: If you suffer from sensitive skin, this might just be your new holy grail facial spot. The owner and founder, Julie Clark, dedicated herself to creating organic products that not only help the environment, but make her clients feel good too.
Prices: $55 to $100, depending on the treatment and aesthetician
Products: Province Apothecary
Must try: ‘The Custom’ Organic Facial ($100-$120, 75 min.) for your first facial with the company. It includes a consultation, free samples, a custom serum and (of course) a personalized facial targeted to treat your unique skin needs.
Best Facials in Ottawa
The Upkeep Shoppe
Find it: 358 Preston St., upkeepshoppe.com
The atmosphere: Whether it’s your eyebrows, nails or complexion that need an upkeep (see what I did there?), this day spa in Centretown West will be your new go-to joint for looking on point. Bonus, hit up the tea lounge upstairs and cozy up to a cup of their own line of leafy brews.
Prices: $100 to $125, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Beyond Botox Facial ($125, 60 min.) for visible anti-aging results (think less visible fine lines and age spots, plus a tighter, brighter texture) without any needles.
Find it: 1432 Wellington St. W, 195 Kent St., renuspa.ca
The atmosphere: With two locations in the nation’s capital, this up-and-coming locale specializes in massage therapy and spa facials for a de-stress sesh from head-to-toe.
Prices: $75 to $130, depending on the treatment
Products: Face Addiction, Pevonia, Skinceuticals and Jane Iredale
Must try: If you suffer from redness or sensitive skin, try the Rs2 Rosacea Treatment ($130, 60 min.). Ingredients like French rose, green tea and chamomile (plus a cooling rubbery mask) will soothe that stubborn irritation.
York Street Spa
Find it: 11 York St., yorkstreetspa.com
The atmosphere: The spa’s bright red door is hard to miss. Conveniently located in the heart of the Byward Market, this is the perf destination if you need a quick refresh during lunch hour or in between meetings.
Prices: $125 to $195, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Results & Recovery Facial ($165, 75 min.), an all-in-one treatment that eliminates signs of aging, acne and sun damage for overall clearer, healthier skin.
Third Avenue Spa
Find it: 784 Bank St., thirdavenuespa.com
The atmosphere: If Aveda is your skin care obsession (cause, same) or you’re looking for a facial using organic, plant-and-fruit-based prods, hit up this trendy spa for your next time you want to spoil your skin.
Prices: $90 to $165, depending on the treatment
Must try: Book your Tulasara facial by the amount of time ($90 for 60 min., $120 for 90 min.) and it will be customized to your specific skin needs.
Best Facials in Montreal
Find it: 4660 St Laurent Blvd., espacenomad.ca
The atmosphere: This quirky spot focuses on wellness, holistic care and organic products to achieve healthy, radiant skin both through what we put on our bodies and what we put in it.
Prices: $70 to $150, depending on the treatment
Products: French Girl Organics, Naturopathica, Phyt’s and more
Must try: The Indonesia-inspired Juraca Facial Treatment ($100, 60 min.), perf for when the temp drops and your skin gets dehydrated. The avocado and Brazil nut will quench your skin, while a complimentary smoothie from their juice bar, Le Nomad, will quench your thirst.
Find it: 1455 Peel St., Suite 404, spadiva.ca
The atmosphere: After an afternoon of intense shopping, recharge at this gorgeous spa located in Les Cours Mont-Royal. With the stone walls and chic beige and white colour palette, you won’t even believe you’re in a mall.
Prices: $70 to $140
Products: Methode Physiodermie and Nelly De Vuyst Skin Care
Must try: The Detoxifying Speciality Facial Treatment ($99, 50 min.), which revives dull skin that has been exposed to lots of sun and pollution (perf if you live in a big city). Post-facial, your complexion will be glowy and soft to the touch.
Find it: 358 Rue de la Commune O, Old Port, botabota.ca
The atmosphere: With a stunning view of the Old Port (and ocean-themed facials), this unique spa, which floats on the St. Lawrence River, is truly an experience unlike any other.
Prices: $95 to $105, depending on the treatment
Products: Éminence Organic Skin Care and Babor
Must try: The new Ocean Wind ($105, 60 min.), a youth-preserving facial that is meant to promote cell restoration (aka younger looking skin) thanks to the biogen plant extract used in the treatment.
Aveda Salon & Spa
Find it: 3613 St Laurent Blvd., avedamontreal-lifestyle.com
The atmosphere: For a hair touch-up or signature facial, this urban salon and spa is *the* destination in La Belle Ville for Aveda lovers.
Prices: $50 to $125, depending on the treatment and duration
Must try: The spa’s signature Tulasara Facial Treatment ($50 for 30 min., $75 for 60 min. and $100 for 90 min.), which will completely overhaul your skin thanks to their personalized program, prods and techniques.
Find it: 1832 Sherbrooke St. W, etiket.ca
The atmosphere: Not only does this boutique carry a wide range of products ranging from skin care, fragrances, hair and makeup and more, they also have a peaceful treatment room to get a personalized facial.
Prices: $75 to $225
Products: Tata Harper, Pai Skincare, Skinceuticals, Environ and Vivierskin
Must try: Try The Tata Harper Purifying Facial ($150, 60 min.) if you’re looking for a “juice cleanse for your skin.” Ingredients like fruit enzymes, purple clay and essential oils will cleanse your pores so they’ll be detoxified and appear smaller. Sign us up!
Best Facials in Moncton
Find it: 31 Botsford St., namastespanb.ca
The atmosphere: Alongside co-owner Jenna Lynn, spa creator and director Fabiola Bloquel, who grew up in Mauritius, wanted to create an oasis inspired by her Hindu, French and African roots. With rows of candles, lush red fabrics and golden accents, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported—no passport needed.
Prices: $55 to $125, depending on the treatment
Must try: If you like calming scents paired with your facial, try The Plaisir D’Arômes ($85, 60 min.). As essential oils fill the air, your skin will be rebalanced and nourished thanks to this relaxing treatment.
Fingers, Faces & Feet
Find it: 66 Donald Ave., fingersfacesandfeet.com
The atmosphere: This Moncton biz has been up-and-running for 20 years and is truly a jack of all trades when it comes to beauty. From statement manis to personalized facials, they are *the* destination to get glam.
Prices: $26 to $100, depending on the treatment
Products: Dr. Grandel Skin Care
Must try: The Classic Facial Treatment with Collagen Eye Mask ($75, 90 min.), a customizable facial tailored to your skin type, plus an eye mask to get rid of dark circles and tighten the under eye area.
Find it: 1579 Mountain Rd., laspa.nb.ca
The atmosphere: No strangers to rigid Atlantic temps, the staff at the quaint La Spa totally get that your skin can get dull and dry, so they’re pros at providing a hydrating facial that promises to quench your complexion’s thirst.
Prices: $95 to $140, depending on the treatment and duration
Must try: The Dual Exfoliation Treatment ($115 for 60 min., $140 for 90 min.), which combines microdermabrasion and a glycolic treatment to exfoliate your skin, leaving it clearer, smoother and more radiant.
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Willow Esthetics Boutique
Find it: 2742 Robie St. #200, willowesthetics.ca
The atmosphere: With deep purple walls and monochrome décor, this modern space offers a wide range of aesthetic services, but their diverse roster of facials will have you (and your skin) coming back for more.
Prices: $55 to $150, depending on the treatment
Products: Yon-Ka, LoveFresh, One Love Organics, Jane Iredale and Vivierskin
Must try: The Organic Facial ($99, 60 min.) for those who want to use environmentally-conscious, sustainable products on their skin (their organic cleansers, exfoliators and masks work for all skin types).
Remedy Facial Bar & Spa
Find it: 1546 Granville St., remedyspa.com
The atmosphere: This adorbs facial bar and spa is everything your Insta-feed has been looking for (think, funky modern light fixtures and pops of turquoise). Bonus: they can whip you up a martini from their petite bar to pair perfectly with your facial. Can this be a new mandatory combo?
Prices: $30 to $90, depending on the treatment
Products: Dermalogica and FarmHouse Fresh
Must try: For a fun DIY with your girls, try the Self Serve Facial ($30, 45 min.). The Facial Bar team will guide you through a full facial based on your skin type, such as the Safety Skin for sensitive complexions or the Blemish Buster for acne-prone skin.
Find it: 5150 Salter St. #200, spiritspa.ca
The atmosphere: This urban salon and spa is a haven for Haligonians looking to recharge with a refreshing facial or show their tresses and tips a little love too.
Prices: $70 to $150, depending on the treatment
Products: Éminence Organic Skin Care, Caudalie, DerMed, Phytomer and more
Must try: The Sweet Skin Organic Facial ($95, 60 min.), a fave amongst the clientele because of its all-natural ingredients (think raspberries, limes, apricots and plums) and radiant results.
Best Facials in Charlottetown
Find it: 4 Prince St., purespapei.com
The atmosphere: Step inside this serene sanctuary and you’ll immediately feel relaxed thanks to the rustic wooden accents, cozy leather seating and, around the corner, calming light blue walls.
Prices: $65 to $100, depending on the treatment
Products: Éminence Organic Skin Care
Must try: The Pure Facial ($75, 60 min.) is the spa’s most popular treatment because of its unique hot and cold ingredients, which increase blood flow and minimize lines and acne.
The Ten Spot
Find it: 43 Queen St. #102, thetenspot.com
The atmosphere: This buzzy beauty bar got its start in Toronto’s Queen West neighbourhood and has expanded across Canada. Their ethos is all about making you feel confident so you can look and #FeelLikeATen.
Prices: $45 to $95, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Detox Quickie Facial ($45, 25 min.), which uses charcoal (*the* detox ingredient) for a quick skin purge on-the-go.
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Monastery Spa and Suites
Find it: 63 Patrick St., monasteryspa.com
The atmosphere: Tucked away in an old monastery, this Aveda concept spa (and the suites at the attached hotel) is the perf locale for a staycation or a quick pick-me-up.
Prices: $90 to $140, depending on the treatment and duration
Must try: The Aveda Botanical Skin Resurfacing Treatment ($90 for 60 min., $140 for 90 min.) for a less harsh, more natural alternative to microdermabrasion. It uses plant extracts to exfoliate, so your skin will be soft and luminous without any irritation.
The Beauty Vault
Find it: 110 Water St., @TheBeautyVaultNL
The atmosphere: With exposed brick walls, vintage chandeliers and faux fur rugs, this cozy loft-style space is a go-to spot amongst working women who are looking for instant radiance.
Prices: $75 to $115, depending on the treatment
Must try: The Straight Up ($50, 30 min.) if your skin is in desperate need of some TLC before an event. Think glowy, dewy skin thanks to a personalized exfoliation and hydration treatment.
Winterholme Wellness Center & Spa
Find it: 79 Rennies Mill Rd., winterholme.com
The atmosphere: This charming wellness centre, housed in an early 20th century home, boasts old-school architecture and an intimate day spa—for when you truly want to escape.
Prices: $40 to $110, depending on the treatment
Products: Decleor Paris
Must try: The Expert Facial ($110, 75 min.) for a head-to-toe pampering sesh. Not only will your face be cleansed, toned, exfoliated, massaged, masked and moisturized, you’ll get a back, arm and hand massage, too.