At Aveda there is a wide array of gift giving ideas for all our mothers out there, even the expectant mothers!
Mothers do so much and take their time to do things for their families, especially when they are working mothers that have to balance family with their career. The do-it-all moms need some pampering and Aveda’s got their backs! Aveda is all about the Full Body Approach. Moms could spend an entire day at Aveda receiving a hair service, a manicure and pedicure as well as a massage/facial.
Furthermore, purchasing a series package of spa treatments (4 services-60 min. massage or facial) will ensure that your loved one will continue to be pampered by Aveda’s best well after Mother’s Day. Aveda’s E-Gift Cards are a great alternative for the busy mom who does not have time to presently be pampered but would rather shop online for her favorite Aveda products. Since Aveda customizes their treatments, moms can choose a particular kind of massage treatment such as our Elemental Nature Massage incorporating techniques such as Swedish, Deep tissue as well as Hot Stones to create a thoroughly relaxing experience. Moms get to choose an aroma in the beginning of their treatment during an Aroma Sensory Journey to further enhance their experience. Since Aveda believes in the Full Body Approach the guest will begin their service with an aromatic foot bath using either Soothing Aqua Therapy Bath Salts or Smoothing Body Polish.
These products gently exfoliate the skin while leaving the feet feeling baby smooth! During either the 60/90 min. massage, a scalp massage, hand arm massage as well as a foot massage are given to the guest. Hand Relief and Foot Relief are generally used for the hand/foot massage. There are also scalp remedy massage oils that are used upon approval of the guest. Top selling Stress-Fix Body Lotion can be used during the massage with Aveda’s Professional Massage oil. Using Stress-Fix is a great way for moms to de-stress as it is made with Lavender, Lavandin and Clary Sage which have been clinically proven to reduce feelings of stress.
Aveda’s Spa Facials are also very relaxing and include a variety of different treatments offered to best suit ones skin care needs such as Green Science, Enbrightenment, Outer Peace, and Tourmaline. Aveda’s Green Science Facial, which is clinically proven to lift and firm the skin while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, includes a relaxing massage using Masque-Age that is for Professional use only. This creamy masque and massage treatment has organic Argan oil, skin renewing blend of Glucosamine and antioxidants such as Vit. E and peptides to improve skin’s natural vitality. While receiving these facial treatments, a scalp massage, hand/arm massage as well as a foot massage are included. Another alternative is creating a gift basket that could include Hand Relief, Foot Relief, Smoothing Body Polish, Beautifying Composition-to help nourish nails and cuticles made with a new formula of organic Safflower, Soy, and Olive oils, Cuticle Relief, and an Aveda nail polish. This would be great for an at home do it yourself mani and pedi!
Also, a Stress-Fix Gift basket could include Stress-Fix Bath Salts, Body Lotion and Stress-Fix Concentrate. This would be perfect for the moms who really need to slow down and smell the roses (I mean Lavender, Lavandin and Clary Sage)! A basket that would include Caribbean Therapy products such as the Body Scrub, Body Cleanser/Bar, Body Creme, and the soy wax candle will send mom on a sensory journey to paradise!
If your mom loves tea, then buy her Aveda’s Comforting Tea. Have mom take a few minutes out of her day to sit and enjoy a nice cup of Tea great hot or cold. Don’t forget to throw in some Blue oil (infused with peppermint and blue chamomile) in mom’s purse as a surprise. Anytime mom is feeling a tension headache coming on and she is on the go she can just whip it out of her purse and rub it into her temples-instant relief!!!
We love you mom – Have a Great Spa Day at Aveda!!
Blog post by Aveda Arts & Sciences Institute Tallahassee Spa Student: Emily Miralles