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Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Here is the Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

10. Massaging with Cactus

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • According to the Four Seasons Resort in Punta Mita, Mexico, a cactus massage can help hydrate the skin and remove toxins.
  • The spa offers a lovely cactus massage made of a warm meringue of cactus, tuna or the bloom of the cactus and tequila, of all things.
  • Rest assured, the cactus needles are removed for this ingenious massage so chances are it will feel better than you might think it will feel.
  • There are many versions of this massage from the hakali massage, which uses a warm mixture of cactus to the more standard tequila and sage oil treatment.
  • The spa also offers treatments made with local materials such as volcanic ash, chocolate, vanilla and honey. Yum.

9.Massage with Beer Soaking

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • The Czech Beer Bath is an interesting spin on the milk bath, which Cleopatra made so popular; however, if milk is a bit too tame for you, then perhaps a Beer Bath is more your style.
  • While you are soaking, you can also enjoy a complementary mug of the brewery’s rock lager.
  • The minerals in the water combined with the beer are said to be good for the hair, skin, nails and blood circulation.
  • In addition This strange treatment is performed by a nurse specializing in beer therapy, which is a damn good kind of therapy!

8. Snail Slime

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • Sometimes the grossest things are some of the best things for you, as is the case with the snail slime moisturizer.
  • Local Chilean snail farmers noticed that cuts healed faster and their hands were much softer after the farmers immersed themselves in snail goo day after day.
  • In addition Elicina snail slime moisturizer sells for a mere $28.99 per tiny jar.
  •  Sounds like the perfect product.

7. Leech Suck Therapy

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • Leeches are known for their usage as blood sucking little parasites.
  • There are actually over 600 species of leeches, but only 15 of them are used medicinally.
  • Thanks to actress Demi Moore, leeches have taken on a whole new appeal.
  • Demi admitted that she has used leech suck therapy as an alternative beauty treatment, and she swears by it.
  • Leech suck therapy can be used to help detoxify the body.
  • New York City’s Continuum Center for Health and Healing offers the treatment for $600 a pop.

6. Thai Face Slapping

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • Thai Face Slapping is a real treatment offered by a Bangkok masseuse in her San Francisco massage parlor.
  • The treatment consists of pinching and manipulating the skin and lightly slapping the skin.
  • Thai Face Slapping smooths wrinkles and shrink the pores as well.
  • The price for this treatment is $350 for a mere 15 minutes.
  • If you are into pain and humiliation, this might be a great treatment for you.

5. Fish Nibble Pedicure

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • You may have seen this on a reality show recently, but the truth is this is a real spa treatment.
  • Turkish salons first utilized tiny carp fish to nibble away dead skin.
  • Otherwise known as doctor fish, the practice has become much more prevalent in recent years.
  • Most people actually find this treatment very soothing, although it may initially feel a bit like tickling.
  • Yvonne’s, a Day Spa in Alexandria, VA, offers a 25-minute session for $65.

4. Placenta Facial

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • This practice seems to have originated in Singapore, with a company that makes a facial treatment made from an actual human placenta.
  • Hard telling where they might get something like this, but then again, maybe we don’t want to know.
  • The placenta-based products include things like soap, tonic and even a facial mask.
  • The product claims to help stimulate the brain and clear the skin.
  • Most noteworthy that This spa treatment is pretty far out there but if you really feel like you want to give it a try it, there is a skin center in Beverly Hills that offers placenta-based treatments with supplies obtained from a Russian maternity ward!

3. Bull Semen Hair Treatment

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • It may sound a bit strange but people actually put this stuff on their hair to make it soft and shiny.
  • A Santa Monica, California salon that specializes in all-natural hair masks offers the bull semen hair treatment to it’s clients.

2. Bird Drop Facial

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • Apparently nightingale droppings have been used in Japan with geishas who once wore heavy white makeup that contained some pretty toxic ingredients.
  • To counteract the skin damage from the makeup, the geishas would apply a facemask that contained bird poop.
  • It actually has some same pretty powerful enzymes that help break down dead skin cells.
  • They contain something called guanine is a material that gives the complexion a wonderful warm glow.

1. Urine Therapy

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

Top 10 Weirdest Spa Treatments in the world

  • Now while most of us try and get rid of our urine as quickly as possible, there are those who are using urine for some much different uses.
  • And also There are some people, as much as strange it may seem, that love the restorative properties of urine.
  • In addition to that the Proponents of this strange therapy proclaim that urine, when applied topically, can help clear up skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema and also even acne.

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