‘Me Time’ at Sanibel Day Spa: Escape, Relax and Restore in a Perfect Tranquil SettingNov 23, 2020 05:00PM ● By FRANCESCA BLOCK
If you are looking for ways to unwind and reconnect with yourself—look no further! Sanibel Day Spa offers the perfect tranquil setting for guests to relax and get into the vacation mindset.
Tucked away in Periwinkle Place Shopping Center, Sanibel Day Spa has been pampering spa-goers since first opening its doors 30 years ago. Surrounded by lush gardens and a naturally calming ambience, the spa is just the right place for visitors and residents to schedule some much-needed “me time.” With help from the friendly staff members, guests can enjoy a full spa menu and salon services as they cozy up inside Sanibel Day Spa’s warm and intimate atmosphere.
Traditional spa-goers will love the relaxation and deep tissue massages, but for those looking to try something new, they can sample hot oil, hot stone or Bamboo Fusion. For guests in search of the perfect facial, they can choose from a wide range of options, including anti-aging, firming peptide, and rosacea sensitive. Prioritizing skincare is easy at Sanibel Day Spa with unique treatments such as microdermabrasion and microneedling.
At the salon, skillful hairstylists, makeup artists and manicurists help spa-goers look just as good as they feel. From classic haircuts, color and keratin treatments to manicures and pedicures accompanied with massages and paraffin treatments, guests have a wide range of options from which to choose.
For brides and other guests preparing for special events, the spa welcomes groups. Whether it is for some pre-event relaxation or pampering on the day of, Sanibel Day Spa is ready to make any event feel all the more special.
Unwinding at Sanibel Day Spa, no matter the occasion, is an unforgettable experience. On Sanibel and Captiva islands, where nature surrounds you and the sun is almost always shining, the spa is certain to help you find that perfect “me time.”
Francesca Block is a resident of Sanibel Island and a current student at Princeton University, studying journalism, public affairs, international relations and Chinese.