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Aquagene Spa

By: Cathy Christensen
Posted: June 9, 2008, from the January 2007 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.

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Another room, the Spa Suite, has one bed that allows a team of therapists to perform multiple services at the same time, including a massage, facial and pedicure. “It’s like heaven! You feel more relaxed than if you were here for two hours. People are like that, even on vacation—they don’t want to cut into their beach time,” Grieco notes.

In the future, Aquagene would like to continue offering more specialized therapies, such as craniosacral, lymphatic drainage and Reiki. Grieco doesn’t envision taking the medical spa route anytime soon. “We’re not a fitness resort. People come here to unwind, be at the beach, have a margarita and enjoy spa treatments,” she says. And as long as this upbeat spa caters to the needs of its clientele, it will enjoy a place in the sun for a long time to come.