Burnish your Image

On a boulevard overflowing with cold-water plunges and therapy pools, spas in Las Vegas must continually polish services in pursuit of ever-more lavish experiences.

The Spa at Aria is no exception, which is why the resort recently partnered with Swiss skin care powerhouse Valmont, known for its cellular regenerative products and cultlike following.

What better way to celebrate the collaboration than to create a luxuriant treatment for the new arrival of the innovative brand? The Majestic Canyon Collagen Facial offers 100 minutes of lifting, firming, hydrating and anti-aging methods. It includes facial massage before the treatments are applied to the face, eyes, neck and décolletage. A hand, arm and foot massage finishes the experience.

Valmont has made a name for itself through extensive research and high-quality ingredients including glacier waters from Switzerland, medical-grade pure collagen, and peptides to smooth and hydrate skin. The facial includes Valmont’s eponymous signature line along with its l’Elixir des Glaciers products. $1,000, aria.com

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