From Butt Facials to Caviar Pedicures: Top 7 Weird Spa Treatments
Even better, these treatments come cheap. Much like the "restaurant weeks" hosted in major cities, where diners get to try culinary delights at a lower flat rate, SpaWeek participants can pamper themselves silly with a variety of treatments for only $50. In some cases, this can be a savings of more than $125.
FOXNews.com took a look at some of the more interesting treatments available. To check out spas near you (there are still three days left) go to spaweek.org.
1. Sweet Cheeks Derriere Facial, Euphoria Spa
2. New York Post Page Six Facial, Aqua Vitae Spa
3. Caviar Spa Pedicure, Spa Newbury
4. Chocolate Manicure, DeFranco Spagnolo Salon
5. Green & White Tea Sundance Body Facial, Eurasia Spa
6. Quantum Biofeedback Stress Reduction, VH Spa for Vitality + Health
7. Non-Surgical Face Lift, Platinum Skin Care
If you don't have the time or funds to fly to any of these places and have the work done, think about ordering "The Far Wright Home Spa System." For just $29.99, you can get the following:
1 sheet of ultra fine sandpaper, great for exfoliating your face and/or buttocks
1 small Swiss army knife, complete with tweezer and scissor (for all your manicure and pedicure needs)
1 Lipton tea bag; just soak it some warm, soothing water, then rub it all over your face
1 jar of roe (fish eggs); the kind only found at top of the line bait shops (used mainly to rub on your toes, but use your imagination)
1 Hershey's chocolate bar; just pop it in the microwave, than rub it all over your hands. When finished, just lick off the chocolate, and your hands will be soft as a baby's behind.
1 mood ring; if it turns blue, you're stressed; grab yourself a beer and plop down into your Laz-E-Boy.
All of this comes in a durable, reusable Wal-mart shopping bag. The bag will come in handy for any number of needs. It's especially handy for picking up after your dog on long walks.
Don't delay. Put your orders in the comment section.