Dorado Beach's Spa Botanico Debuts Outdoor Treatments

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico recently unveiled a new menu of treatments at the resort’s Spa Botanico. These new and uniquely inspired treatment offerings take place entirely outdoors.

Menu highlights include an array of body scrubs, blended in the spa’s very own kitchen, combining coconut oil, shea butter along with a variety of indigenous healing ingredients including coffee, bay leaves and lemongrass. 

Botanico Al Fresco offers treatments specifically tailored to both men and women. Women may enjoy scrubs such as Coffee & Clove, a revitalizing treatment using caffeine and the essential oils found in cloves to leave the skin feeling soft, refined and moisturized; or the Sweet Lime & Lemongrass scrub, an antioxidant rich treatment meant to restore and calm the nervous system through natural sedative properties of sour orange mixed with the lemongrass which uplifts mood and relieves pain in muscles and joints. This blend of fresh citrus and oils combined with raw sugar leaves the skin feeling supple, refined and moisturized.
 
For men, new treatment options include a Tobacco & Nutmeg scrub, a detoxifying blend which helps to draw impurities out of the skin, boost immunity and includes anti-aging properties. The new menu also includes a Spiced Bay & Coconut scrub imparting the healing properties of bay leaves, as well as coconut, to leave the skin feeling clean and healthy.

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