Plant-Based Spa Treatments Now Available at Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Guests at Hyatt Regency Trinidad’s chic Spa Esencia are now benefiting from spa products that use natural, food-based ingredients to boost the health and wellness of their skin. 

The following earth-to-spa treatments are available now to all hotel guests:

Cocoa Bean Body Wrap (50 minutes) - $106

This organic body wrap experience begins with a full body exfoliation to ensure smooth skin. By maximizing on the absorption of all the incredible properties in locally sourced and roasted cocoa beans, this rich, warm wrap acts as a natural antioxidant. Infused with nourishing oils and spices, it is invigorating, stress relieving and pain-free.

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Papaya Body Polish (60 mins) – $108

This full body treatment combines the exfoliation of a lemon body scrub with papaya enzymes and the nourishment of a cream. Due to the presence of Papain, papaya is a gentle and natural exfoliant that eradicates dead skin cells without further causing irritation and sensitivity. It restores, revitalizes and rejuvenates.

The Royal Coconut Milk and Honey Ritual (80 mins) $139

This replenishing coconut milk and honey ritual allows guests to indulge all of their senses and simultaneously pamper their skin. Made of organic cane sugar, honey, coconut milk and exotic drift nut oils that are combined to exfoliate, hydrate, and renew the skin’s moisture balance, it leaves guests with a resplendent glow.

Visit www.trinidad.hyatt.com

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