The Blisslabs Active 99.0 Facial ($275) uses super-infused formulas and a proprietary technique that claims to restart the natural mechanisms and reflexes of young skin. Mega-doses of vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants are layered on top of one another, releasing the infusions to the skin. The treatment includes a session of microdermabrasion, as well as something they call microcurrent toning massage technology, which is said to aid in firming. The promise: Your skin will be given better strength and tone, and an overall more vibrant appearance immediately. 201-253-2550.
BRC Day Spa, Fair Lawn
In the Himalayan salt room ($45 for 30 minutes), you sit surrounded by walls of red salt blocks supposedly for anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits. There is also an infrared sauna ($20 for 30 minutes) with customizable wavelengths, and a float pod ($40 for 30 minutes), where you experience something akin to zero gravity (under a closed lid for sensory deprivation), leading to what the owners say is “euphoric relaxation.” 201-797-3002.
Elements at Minerals Resort, Vernon
Fantagio Spa & Body, Haddonfield
Love chocolate? Fantagio describes its Chocolate Mud session ($120) as “a treat for the senses.” The application uses dark cocoa, which has a high degree of antioxidants. For dry and sensitive skin, Fantagio recommends its Milk and Honey Rehydrating Treatment ($120). 856-354-5000.