Big Island Spa Announces New Treatments

Hilton Waikoloa Village's Kohala Spa has revealed a new spa menu, created specifically to immerse guests into Hawaiian “Ho’oponopono,” which the spa is calling "a therapeutic dimension or feeling that inspires a healing of body and mind." (Sounds good to us!) Among the new treatments:
The 80-minute Signature Naupaka White Flower Ritual begins with a blend of warmed local pure essential oils caressed into the scalp and hair, followed by a refreshing foot scrub, a leg ritual incorporating healing herbs and a full-body massage using a warmed blend of white flower jasmine and ylang ylang essential oils.
The Seawater Pearl Facial uses moisture-rich red seaweed and marine calcium pearls that are layered on the face for optimum moisture, with thermal hardening mask sealing in the benefits. Spa-goers can then try warmed sea-foam detoxifying mud on the spine and extra attention to the hands, feet and a special Opal Eye Treatment.
The Treasures of the Sea Skin Treatment incorporates cooled seawater massage balm and warmed relaxing elixir for total body mineralization while the face is treated to a mini-pampering service of its own.
The Marine Anti-Aging Glow Facial uses mineral-rich water to increase cellular turnover for optimum skin regeneration. Two distinctive masks are used to reduce wrinkle depth and revive skin firmness, while free radicals are outsmarted, making this an ideal tool for maintaining good skin health. Guests can also enjoy warmed sea-foam detoxifying mud on the spine and extra attention to the hands, feet and a special Opal Eye Treatment.
Last, but not least, the Hawaiian Coffee Fruit Facial uses the Kona red Hawaiian Coffee Fruit enriched with antioxidants. This highly effective regiment utilizes organic ingredients featuring a coffee fruit extract with a highly powered anti oxidant concentrate and an intensive moisturizing cream.
For more information about treatments and offerings at the Kohala Spa, visit To book an overnight stay at Hilton Waikoloa Village, visit

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