Review of the Eau Spa in Palm Beach

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Who doesn’t love going to the spa? I honestly think it’s one of life’s greatest pleasures and while I haven’t been to too many, Eau Spa in Palm Beach (technically Manalapan, FL) is one of the most beaut ones I’ve been to. Read on for some of my thoughts on the general vibe and the HydraFacial treatment I got during my last visit. 

First of all, it’s sort of a bummer because the Eau recently raised its prices for services and day passes, so I recommend trying to go to one of their Yoga Social Nights where you get to attend a yoga class and then use the spa facilities for about two hours. But if you are down to splurge for a treatment, the facilities are beautiful and all of the employees are kinda and calm…they seriously seem to float from room to room and are fittingly named the “Eau Fairies”

The Hydrafacial was short at only 30 minutes, but I really enjoyed it and each treatment includes customized mood lighting–which sort of reminded me of Virgin Airlines, but I don’t hate that. There are more in-depth reviews of the Hydrafacial floating around online, but basically it just felt like a suctioning action during most parts of the treatments and I never felt any pain and my face definitely looked glowy-ish after.

Definitely hit up the floating chairs in the “Garden” and snack on the cupcakes, tea, and complimentary glass of champagne.

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When you walk into the gorgeous interest of the spa after checking in, you are given a candle to place in the wish fountain and a glass of champagne

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my photog skills do not do the entrance area justice

Afterwards, step outside and enjoy the gorgeous view and a cocktail

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Curiously yours,

bailey evin