Wednesday, 18 April 2012 13:27

The Smell Of Spring Blooms At Serenity Garden

Written by  Quimby House Inn & Spa
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Spring is in the air and to match the wonderful smells of flowers blooming and life in Bar Harbor waking up after a long winter, Serenity Garden at the Quimby House Inn has many exciting spa services and treatments to share.

To compliment your massage therapy services, there are a variety of scented lotions as well as salt and sugar body scrubs that you don’t want to miss out on.

At Serenity Garden, we begin your Spa experience with your choice of lotion scents. Did you know that the scent of your lotion is actually very beneficial to your mood, ailments, or other symptoms? Here are some of the common lotions and what their scents will help with.

  • Lavender is one of the most popular for it calming characteristics, though lavender is also a muscle relaxant.
  • Roman Chamomile Lotion is also offered for the same wonderful properties.
  • We offer Clary Sage Scented Lotion, known to ease depression, relieve stress and insomnia, soothe muscles, and promote relaxation.
  • Orange is recommended for those who wish to feel refreshed, uplifted, and invigorated.

(We are also happy to take special requests and we can have specific scents ready if a client lets us know in advance.)

It doesn’t stop at the lotions. Serenity Garden also offers a variety of Salt and Sugar Body Treatments including:

  • Aromatherapy Sea Salt Treatment

  • English Lavender Salt Glow

  • Clover & Honey Sugar Scrub

  • Lavender Sugar Glow

Ready to experience the smell of spring in Bar Harbor? Whether you are a local or visiting for vacation, contact us today to get more information on our spa treatments and to schedule your next visit at Serenity Garden Spa. We look forward to rejuvenating your body and mind for the spring and summer season!

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