With warm weather just around the corner, get yourself ready with one of the new wellness treatments on offer. We check out some of the best.
Open throughout the summer, Le Tigre Monte-Carlo at the Monte-Carlo Beach offers a unique range of treatments using products from well-known natural skincare brand Tata Harper. Determined not to compromise on quality, the brand manufactures its own products on a farm in Vermont and includes a 100% non-toxic, Ecocert-certified range that delivers proven anti-ageing results without a single drop of artificial chemicals. Tata Harper uses complex formulas containing up to 43 active ingredients, all working to provide beautiful skin. This premium brand combines incredible results with a unique sensory experience. The menu at Le Tigre Monte-Carlo features a wide selection of deeply relaxing treatments for the face and body, including skin-brightening, after-sun, deep-cleansing, anti-ageing and antioxidant rituals. To inject a little spirituality into your day, the spa also organises classes in Kundalini yoga, Smart Flow Vinyasa and Pilates, held indoors or in the tree-lined gardens of the Monte-Carlo Beach.
The Spa Cinq Mondes at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort also has two new massage treatments inspired by ancestral techniques. The “Ko Bi Do” facial draws on a time-honoured Japanese ritual and combines natural face-lifting movements with a personalised treatment targeting the most fragile areas.
This remarkable anti-ageing treatment promises immediate results. Finally, for an exotically scented experience, the skin-perfecting facial “Bali Flowers and Fruits Ritual” is a must. This 80-minute, deep-cleansing treatment illuminates the complexion using Dermapuncture® combined with a mask and a massage. Thanks to natural tropical flower extracts and AHA fruit acids, the skin is purified, its barrier function restored, leaving it smooth, radiant and rejuvenated. All that’s left for you to do is choose the treatment of your dreams for an ideal indulgence this spring. By Caroline Sempé