The Best Natural Spa Treatments in New York

From organic sugar scrubs to essential oil–massages, New York’s natural spa scene is growing. Here are six treatments you need to try now.

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Pure Fiji Coconut Sugar Glow at Great Jones Spa

This 60-minute scrubs-meets-massage is the ultimate go-to to get glowing skin all over your body. It uses Pure Fiji’s exotic-scented sugar cane scrub, a detoxifying-exfoliating duo that treats skin to a ton of vitamins and enzymes, plus an application of hydrating coconut milk and nourishing oils.

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Drunken Lotus Massage at Shibui Spa, The Greenwich Hotel

Perfect for anyone who is on the verge of exhaustion, this customized massage relies on hot sake-soaked towels to tend to tired muscles, as natural jojoba, cucumber and essential oils nourish and refresh skin.


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Blueberry Slimming Body Wrap at O’live Organic Spa

This detoxifying and slimming treatment is designed to flush out toxins and reduce the appearance of cellulite, thanks to a uniquely organic mix of blueberries, ivy and paprika, which the spa says helps to promote collagen production.


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Bioradiance Facial at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental

The superstar of this high-performance facial is Amala, an eco-friendly, sustainable line that uses organic seed oils and healing botanicals to exfoliate, balance and renew your complexion.


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Coconut Scalp Massage at Savor Spa

You only need 15 minutes to get into a very serious state of relaxation with this organic coconut serum scalp and neck treatment. The massage is (and smells) divine, but the way your hair shines post-serum is equally amazing.


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Healing Lavender at Hortus Nailworks

Available for either the hands or feet, this organic olive oil–based treatment begins with a soothing and detoxifying sea salt soak, followed by an exfoliating scrub and topped off with an intensely hydrating lotion massage with a healing butter application finale.


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