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San Diego — By Pam Nagata on May 26, 2010 at 8:30 pm
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Papa-Pampering at Blue Marble

Dads, it’s your time to pamper yourself and create your own spa adventure at Blue Marble. According to International Spa Association, men now make up a third of all spa-goers due to the gender-neutral atmosphere and masculine treatments that are becoming more readily available at spas.  Blue Marble, San Diego’s award-winning eco-spa, has created a papa-pampering spa experience that will give Dad some time to unwind and seek out solitude in honor of Father’s Day.  From June 18-20, Blue Marble is offering a Father’s Journey treatment ($234) that is tailored for skincare and relaxation.  Two packages are available:

  • The De-Stress Scrub reveals healthy skin with a full-body cleaning, exfoliating and massage ritual that uses finely ground olive pits, frankincense, rosemary and ginger.
  • A De-Stress Massage blends Swedish, reflexology, lymphatic drainage and acupressure techniques to stimulate the central nervous system and promote emotional and physical wellness.

Blue Marble is named one of the “Top 10 Green Spas and Resorts in the world” by Organic Spa magazine.

Blue Marble Spa is located at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina, 1441 Quivira Road, San Diego (map)

Photo courtesy of Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina.

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