Spa Gifts

Written by Liza Hartung
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I don't care what some people say, nearly everyone loves spa gifts. Men and women alike, even if they don't show it at the time of gift presentation, will thank you countless times once the gift is redeemed. You can give a gift certificate for the treatment of the person's choosing. You can also get a certificate for a specific treatment. If the person doesn't want that particular treatment, the spa should allow her or him to do any other one as long as it is the same or less in price.

For my birthday last year, my boyfriend bought me an aromatherapy facial. It was more amazing than I expected. Not only did I get a facial, but as different concoctions sat on my face, I received a foot massage and a hand massage. The therapist who worked on me was also a specialist in reflexology, so the foot massage was wonderful.

A Quick Note on Spa Gifts

Before I go any further, I just want to say that when you are giving spa gifts, please include tip. Some people tend to forget this thus causing the person getting the gift to have to shell out a bit of cash. It's just not as fun that way. The ultimate feeling of being pampered includes not having to pay for a single bit of it.

Spa gifts are perfect for any occasion, including Christmas, Valentine's, and Mother's Day. You can give them to people you don't know so well or cloe personal friends. You can give them to people you have known your whole life. For co-workers, or people who have a similar relationship to you, try getting them a manicure or pedicure. It's an inexpensive gift that is sure to bring smiles. Spa treatments make great graduation and wedding gifts. For a wedding or engagement, give a certificate for a couple's massage, or champagne bath for two.


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