The Seadust Cancun Family Resort Incorporates Elegance Spa

The Seadust Cancun Family Resort has updated its on property spa, renaming it the Elegance Spa. The all-inclusive hotel's spa was originally managed by an external company, but it is now operated internally.

The spa will offer traditional massages, as well as different kinds of treatments for both children and parents, including the Kid’s Crab Massage for children: a 30-minute treatment using cucumber balm and thermal lotion for sunburn, which the resort says is good for developing muscles.

Other programs include “Mommy and Me” and “Daddy and Me” treatments for two, including a 90-minute “Healthy Kids: Healthy Parents Spa Family Ritual” where adults and their children can pick the essential oil for their treatment. The masseuse will explain the oil’s benefits, and then it will be mixed with body balm.

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The spa has more than 10 treatment rooms, a steam room and a sauna. The spa offers hydrotherapy, Swedish massage, deep tissue, Reiki, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, Thai massage, prenatal massage, exfoliation treatments, hot stone massage, aromatherapy, chromotherapy, Mayan rituals featuring local ingredients like cacao and agave, facials, sonotherapy, and more. The spa also has a salon where travels can get can receive henna tattoos, braiding, bride specials, waxing, manicure, pedicure, and professional makeup and hair.

Seadust is offering a special promotion. Guests can use the code SeadustFirst to get a 45 percent discount on their stay.

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