Four Seasons Debuts New Signature Spa Treatment

Spa aficionados will love this: A new signature massage treatment is being introduced at select Four Seasons spas around the world, with the fragrant tropical magnolia flower as the central scent.

The new Four Seasons Tropical Magnolia massage hydrates and nurtures the skin, while aiding the digestive system and enhancing overall wellbeing. With its great anti-stressing and calming effects, the Tropical Magnolia massage will help guests sleep better (and can help ease jet lag after a long journey).

The Tropical Magnolia product line has been created exclusively for Four Seasons by Sodashi, the Australian skincare company with a special focus on the regenerative and anti-ageing qualities of plant essences and other natural ingredients. Good to know: All of Sodashi’s ingredients are ethically sourced for their purity, potency and therapeutic qualities. Because tropical magnolia essential oil is so expensive, it is often synthetically adulterated, but the tropical magnolia used by Sodashi is pure and unadulterated.

Exclusively featuring these Sodashi products, the 90-minute Tropical Magnolia massage begins with a foot ritual, incorporating a wash and a scrub. This is followed by a full-body massage, using hot towels and heated magnolia oil. The massage includes deep-stroking effleurage, rocking movements, stretching, facial pressure-point, and scalp effleurage. The session ends with a massage to the neck, shoulders, and arms, using a hot dry towel.

And the decadence doesn't stop there: Guests can take home the fragrance by purchasing select Four Seasons Tropical Magnolia products, including body mist, shampoo, conditioner, and the aroma essence. Best of all, the products are not tested on animals and are free from synthetic chemicals, preservatives and mineral oils.

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