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New treatments from ancient traditions

Integrating ancient local community knowledge into our spa treatments enables us to maintain a closer connection with traditions and surrounding nature. Keeping these secrets alive helps our spa guests revive.   

Breathing new life into generations-old healing techniques means we can focus on re-energizing and restoring you too!

At Six Senses Spa Fiji, each treatment starts with a natural mood boosting Kaffir Lime Foot Scrub and Soak, and for those with long hair, concludes with a traditional Fijian plait. Sea grapes are harvested in the warm shallow waters around the resort house reef and are prized for their health-giving properties. We use them in a detoxifying body mask to remineralize the skin. The body is then wrapped in banana leaves to aid stress release and detoxification. After a quick shower, the journey continues with an energizing massage to stimulate circulation, and improve skin tone and elasticity. Say goodbye to cellulite and say hello to soft and radiating skin.

On an island so deeply rooted with wellness, Six Senses Spa Uluwatu in Bali is in its element. Blending a contemporary style with traditional features, the result is an elegant, yet enduring design in harmony with the environment. The Balinese Boreh treatment uses local ingredients such as clove, turmeric and nutmeg to warm the body and relieve tired muscles and joints. It also boosts circulation and encourages the release of toxins.

Set in the heart of the resort, Six Senses Spa Hua Hin in Thailand provides a peaceful sanctuary away from the bustle of Hua Hin, the oldest beach town so often associated with the Thai elite. The Detoxifying Coffee Scrub is ideal after traveling. It invigorates your whole body through gentle skin exfoliation using a local Thai coffee, followed by the application of clay to expel the day’s impurities.   

Six Senses Spa Nha Trang in Vietnam presents a Vietnamese experience of specialty treatments together with an extensive menu of traditional therapies. The Nha Trang Mud Body Care treatment starts with dry body brushing to gently exfoliate the skin and stimulate the lymphatic circulation. Nha Trang mineral mud is then applied, followed by a cocooning body wrap and scalp massage to induce deep relaxation. The treatment concludes with the application of a nourishing signature body cream.

The locally-inspired scrubs at Six Senses Spa Zil Pasyon in Seychelles are made freshly on site and are the perfect add-on to any massage or facial. Felicite Dew uses pure aloe vera juice, coconut meat and honey to nurture and hydrate. Sweet Perfection uses brown sugar and recycled ground coffee to stimulate and energize, and Island Greens Kick uses a sea salt and bigarade fruit peel concoction to uplift, refresh and invigorate.

Experience the Wonders of Oman at Six Senses Spa Zighy Bay, a cleansing journey that begins with a warm sea-salt bath with fresh mint and a body scrub made from local nourishing dates, honey and almond powder. It continues with the Arabian Body Rasul, which has slimming and purifying properties to leave the skin revitalized, then concludes with a draining massage.

All of our spas reflect the ethos of their local setting as a natural enhancement to our product ranges and results-orientated treatments.

For more information, please email [email protected].


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