It Does A Body Good
Slip into summer with natural spa treatments
Published: July 2012 | FINE Magazine
Some of the most effective treatments around are all-natural and utilize ingredients you could easily find on the spa lunch menu. Read on to see what does a body good and which local spas do it best.
Tucked into a nondescript Mission Hills business complex, Sara Elizabeth Skincare (saraelizabethskincare.com) is San Diego’s best kept secret when it comes to facials. Owner Sara Kuite is an expert in 500-year-old Japanese KOBIDO massage, with a gift for bringing out the best in your skin.
Sara Elizabeth Skincare offers unique skincare treatments that incorporate all-natural ingredients and botanicals. Her most popular facials include the Raw-Vegan-Organic Botanical Facial, which utilizes ingredients from the plant kingdom, both above and below the sea.
Sarah Elizabeth’s Porcelain Refining and Hydrating Signature Facial uses lactic acids from sugar beets, papaya pineapples and raspberries with sweet orange to sweep off dead cells, leaving behind plump and fresh skin.
Her Anti-Aging Kombucha Firming Facial uses three powerhouse compounds from sweet black tea, the bark of a Chilean tree and grain extract to increase skin’s hydration, firmness and brightness.