MSC Cruises is updating its spa offerings fleetwide.
From July onwards, the cruise line will be offering targeted wrinkle treatments with Botulinum and dermal filler treatments with hyaluronic acid at MSC Aurea Spas on all 12 of its ships.
The targeted wrinkle treatments focus on forehead and frown lines, as well as crow's feet. These non-surgical interventions reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the upper face, resulting in relaxed, more youthful-looking skin, MSC said. Their rejuvenating effects are visible within days and can be expected to last up to four months.
The dermal filler treatments target smile, lip and marionette lines and can be used for lip enhancement. These treatments take advantage of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in the skin, to smooth, soften and replace lost volume, restoring a youthful radiance to the lower face. The results are immediate and typically last up to ten months, MSC said.
On MSC Divina – one of the line's newest ships, which will cruise to the Caribbean year-round from Miami starting November 2015 – guests can choose from 21 different kinds of massages from Shiatsu to Thai, 13 body treatments from thalassotherapy scrubs to hot lava stone treatments, and eight facials. Signature treatments on board include the Aurea Del Mare, which is a massage that incorporates sea shells, and the Himalayan Dream, which is a massage that incorporates fossil salts done on a special bed actually made of the salt. The MSC Aurea Spa also offers six custom Shu Uemura hair treatments – a hair and beauty ceremony inspired by Japanese tradition.
On the fitness side, all MSC Aurea Spas are equipped with a gym with personal trainers and yoga instructors. In addition, MSC Divina is the first cruise ship in the world to offer its passengers Aqua Cycling at sea, MSC said.