Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Summer Tips And Spa Specials From The Stirling Club

Because Fiji is a blend of ancient cultures, most historians agree with local legend that the Fijian people came from Southeast Asia via the Malay Peninsula, where Melanesians and the Polynesians created a highly developed society.

European influences didn't come until much latter. But their influences, especially in the 20th century, established sugar, copra, and tourism as primary industries. Along with tourism, Fijian therapists living on hundreds of different islands began developing unique message techniques and exotic treatments.

Pure Fiji Honey And Coconut Milk Body Ritual

The Royal Fijian Ritual is one such treatment. It begins with a gentle sugar exfoliation, which makes the skin feel refreshed and soft. The sugar is blended with coconut oil to ensure the skin remains moist while creating a rich, tropical scent.

Next, the treatment includes rich coconut milk and honey butter, which is wrapped in soft, heated towels. The blend is specifically designed to hydrate and nourish the skin, which is especially beneficial in Las Vegas' dry summer months.

The treatment concludes with a traditional Fijian coconut scalp massage, which restores the life and shine in your hair. (The Stirling Club Spa has made special arrangements to offer the scalp massage with any spa treatment on request.)

The Pure Fiji Honey And Coconut Milk Body Ritual is available through Aug. 31. Please allow one hour for the package that will leave you completely relaxed and restore your energy. To schedule an appointment, call 702-784-4616.

Some Other Helpful Las Vegas Summer Sunscreen Tips.

• Limit your exposure to the sun in Las Vegas from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., even though Las Vegas generally feels the hottest just prior to sunset.

• Always choose a sunscreen with a 15 SPF or higher. Makes sure it includes a broad spectrum of ultraviolet light protection, regardless of cloud coverage.

• If you know how long it takes before your bare skin will burn, divide that number by the number of minutes you intend to be exposed in direct sunlight.

• The EPA has developed a new UV Index App that can be downloaded to your phone. This is especially useful in Las Vegas, which the Las Vegas Sun reports has the highest UV levels in the nation.
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