Cowboy hats, oil rigs, and Tex-Mex may come to mind when you think of Dallas, Texas — and if you’re familiar with the Southwestern city, you know that all the above are common sights. Of course, it is so much more than that. Dallas is a hub for beauty brands, a hot spot for influencers, and, notably, a destination for some seriously luxurious spas. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, we’ve highlighted five of the best spas and treatments to indulge in when you’re in dire need of some TLC. Bonus: You can book every last one through Regi®. The booking service has a live concierge team who can schedule your appointment for you via text, making it even simpler to find time to decompress.
The Spa: Hiatus® Spa + Retreat
The Location: Dallas, Texas
Why It’s a Must-Visit: With six locations across Texas, it’s clear that Hiatus Spa + Retreat knows a thing or two when it comes to relaxation. The Dallas location — tucked into the historic and trendy Inwood VillageTM shopping center — was actually the spa's first and is massive (they do say bigger is better in Texas). It boasts 17 private treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy room, a couple's suite, and a nail therapy lounge.
While many spa menus can sometimes feel a little stuffy, the menu at Hiatus Spa + Retreat is a fun read, and the treatments themselves are even better. There's The 29 Again℠ ($130), which targets fine lines and laxity for skin that's rejuvenated, firmer, and brighter. For a body treatment, you can’t go wrong with the Turkish Delight℠ massage ($175). This unique experience involves alternating bowls of warm water gently cascaded over you, a full-body clay mask, and a head-to-toe massage with warm oil.
The Spa: At Peace℠ Floatation & Massage
The Location: Colleyville, TX
Why It’s a Must-Visit: Whether you’re a floatation therapy connoisseur or you’re wondering what the heck floatation therapy even is, go ahead and book yourself an appointment with At Peace Floatation & Massage. It’s located in Colleyville, a center point between Dallas and Fort Worth.
For those unfamiliar, floatation therapy simply entails floating in a quiet, isolated tank filled with warm saline water. Because of the high saline content, your body will actually float in the same way it would in the Dead Sea. This can help with joint and muscle pain, allows your body to absorb magnesium sulfate (a critical mineral for a good night’s sleep), and can even prove meditative in nature. In addition to Floatation Therapy ($60), the spa also provides a handful of various traditional massages. You can tack a short (or long) float session onto a more traditional massage service.
The Spa: Mynd℠ Spa & Salon
The Location: Plano, Texas
Why It’s a Must-Visit: Formerly known as the Elizabeth Arden Red Door® Spa, Mynd Spa & Salon offers guests customized wellness experiences. Beauty-minded folks will appreciate the robust menu of hair removal, nail, hair, and makeup services. Mynd also provides a selection of massages, body treatments, and facials.
The Essential℠ facial is the spa’s middle-ground option, and includes deep pore cleansing (including extractions), enzyme exfoliation, steam, a cucumber mask, moisturizer, and massage. If you’re short on time, you could opt for the Mini℠ facial instead — a 30-minute pick-me-up treatment — or if you really want to indulge, splurge on the Escape℠ facial, which includes microdermabrasion. The body wrap and massage menus follow the same easy-to-understand Goldilocks “small, middle, big” formula, making it even simpler to book the right appointment for your needs.
The Spa: SkinRx℠ Clinical Spa
The Location: Southlake, Texas
Why It’s a Must-Visit: The menu at SkinRx Clinical Spa has a specific focus on corrective skincare treatments, many of which make use of today’s modern skincare technologies. The team also places an emphasis on bespoke treatments and offers highly detailed consultations to customize a proactive plan that helps you reach your individual goals.
Noteworthy treatments include the SkinRx Signature Facial Treatment℠ ($220), a customized experience that includes a skin analysis, customized exfoliation, and an optional add-ons. These include Microneedling Face + Neck℠, as well as Microneedling Scar Revision℠ ($950 to $1,920), and custom chemical peels ($175 to $480).
The Spa: Hanna Isul℠ Skin Therapy
The Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Why It’s a Must-Visit: The first thing you’ll notice about Hanna Isul Skin Therapy, which was founded over three decades ago by a South Korean woman named Myong Chong, is the fact that it’s located within a breathtaking 6,000 square-foot historic home. This factor in and of itself makes the spa a must-visit destination. However, it’s Hanna Isul’s array of science-based treatments and formulas that will have you booking repeat appointments. (On that note, there’s an entire line of products if you can’t make it to the actual spa.)
Treatments at Hanna Isul incorporate a great deal of technology. Menu offerings include Radio-Frequency Therapy℠ (RF) for various areas of the body ($150 to $700), Ultrasonic Microdermabrasion℠ ($150), and Clear Touch Acne Therapy℠, which uses green light therapy ($250).
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