Crystal Cruises Introduces In-Room ETRO Spa Amenities Aboard Select Sailings

ETRO SpaCrystal Cruises has announced that it is partnering with ETRO Spa to offer guests luxury amenities in staterooms and penthouses on select sailings aboard Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity

Crystal Cruises will also be introducing Medi-Spa Cosmetic Treatments to its menu of services in the Crystal Spa and Salon. These services will include specialty massages, acupuncture, body wraps and facial services, as well as three new “state-of-the-art” noninvasive procedures. Crystal will additionally unveil a quartz crystal treatment bed this month, becoming the only ship to offer the innovative technology.

Other Medi-Spa services include “Target Wrinkle Treatments”, “Dermal Filler Treatments” and “Thermage CPT”, a non-invasive skin tightening therapy that uses radiofrequency to improve the skin’s appearance.  The MLX Quartz Bed comprises a base made of moldable, alpha-quartz sand which can be heated to varying temperatures, helping to alleviate pain and enhance comfort. 

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New ETRO products available to guests include bathrobes, slippers, shower caps, shoe mittens and sewing kits, as well as shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, bath salts and other toiletries. 

The ETRO luxury amenities will be available beginning on Crystal Symphony’s August 16 Baltic voyage and Crystal Serenity’s August 20 Mediterranean and Western Europe cruise.

Visit www.crystalcruises.com 

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