Spa treatments for kids, in case the Maldives wasn’t already relaxing enough

 

Are your kids stressed?  No, I didn’t think so.  And I don’t think they’d be likely to be whilst holidaying in the Maldives.  But, if they should be, the Devarana Spa at the Dusit Thani Maldives has launched a special spa programme called “Happiness for the little one” and it’s all for kids between 6 and 14 years old to enjoy themselves during their stay on this paradise island.

The extended a la carte menu for kids features five creative treatments offering a play time of glamour and natural healing. All treatments are carefully designed for children and teens to have fun while learning from the pampering experience incorporating energy balancing and pure relaxation.

Happy Feet (60mins)

Relieve tired and weary feet from swimming and snorkeling with a peppermint foot soak, followed by a jolly foot massage using cheery green grass scented lotion.

Lavender Lullaby (60mins)

This calming and balancing head treatment starts with warm lavender oil hair mask and ends wonderfully with a relaxing Ayurvedic head massage to promote sweet dreams at night.

Magical Massage (60mins)

Kids mix their own “magic potion” from an exquisite selection of aromatic oils. Then their professionals use it for the ultimate relaxing massage from top to toe.

Pretty Sweet Hands (60mins)

Kids indulge in the sweetest pampering starting with a chocolate & caramel hand wrap, followed by a hand massage using floral-scented lotion and a mini manicure. Pick your favourite glittering and island dream nail colours for the perfect beach chic style.

Spalicious Treat (90mins)

The yummiest body treat for young souls. Spoil the body and mind with a total flavourful and unwinding journey that begins with a warm chocolate milk foot soak, followed by a soft lavender coconut cupcake rub, and ends delightfully with a mellow oil massage.

In addition, for the whole family, the spa proffers a full range of premium East-meets-West treatments with prestige Thai hospitality.

 

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