4 Beauty Treatments to Refresh, Relax, and Restore

Put the Spring Back in Your Step

spring beauty!

The weekend’s Derby celebrations and brunch for Mom left you puffy, dehydrated, and passive-aggressive.

Shed the booze bloat and mommy issues with these rejuvenating spring beauty treatments. Deep breaths.

Oil Be There
If relaxation is priority No. 1, Kabuki Springs & Spa’s spring cleansing ritual ($160) has what you need: a dip in the Japanese bath, an energizing massage with serious head and spinal attention, and a complimentary Shiodara hot oil treatment. 1750 Geary Boulevard, at Fillmore Street (415-922-6000). Through May 31.

Main Squeeze
Unlike one-size-fits-all cleanses, Neka Pasquale of Urban Remedy offers an array of set and custom detox programs with handcrafted juices, soups, and shakes made from organic ingredients. Try her signature program or the Liver Cleanse to calm the organ you’ve been abusing. And did we mention she delivers?

Acid Test
You know what they say: When life gives you lemons, treat your tired feet to a lemon-thyme pedicure at Lavande. After a fragrant, citrusy soak, you get a sugar scrub, ten-minute massage, and callus treatment. Beats lemonade. 2139b Polk Street, between Broadway and Vallejo Street (415-931-7389).

Stretch Armstrong
Regular yoga? Been there, om that. Try one of YogaWorks’s new mindful fitness classes: BarWorks (a combo of ballet bar stretches, yoga, and Pilates), SculptWorks (which utilizes a “giant yoga wall” with stretch bands to build strength), and Cardio Flow (alternating between fast sun salutations and longer poses for a challenging workout). Go on, be a poser. 1823 Divisadero Street, between Pine and Bush Streets (415-292-5600).

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2139b Polk St
bt Broadway & Vallejo St
San Francisco, CA 94109
1823 Divisadero St
bt Pine & Bush Sts
San Francisco, CA 94115
1750 Geary Blvd
bt Webster & Fillmore Sts
San Francisco, CA 94115