6 Parisian Spas To Change Your Life Featured

Get Spa Struck In Paris, with these steamy experiences.

by Kasia Dietz




Aquamoon 4
Beauty regimes are part of daily life in Paris. Both women and men nourish their skin with regular treatments. Is this the Parisian secret to eternal youth? It’s very possible. In Place Vendôme, relaxation centre Aquamoon offers a luxurious escape into mind and body detoxification and regeneration via a cold and warm dipping pool, hammam and sauna. It is the only spa in Paris to offer Softmesology, a non-invasive anti-aging facial treatment. In just hours, you’ll look and feel years younger.


Free Persephone

Free Persephone
Free Persephone feels like stepping into springtime, regardless of the season. This fragrance day spa features luxurious manicures and pedicures using organic products. Scented with the owner’s own perfumes and a menu including tea and aromatherapy massages, you’ll leave beautified and relaxed, floating into the neighbouring Left Bank.

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The first salon dedicated to the beauty of the face, body and hair, Carita was established over 50 years ago by two sisters. On Paris’s fashionable Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, it is an address well respected by the beauty elite. Following a rehydrating and lifting facial treatment, your skin will feel recharged with vitality.


Les Cent Ciels

Le Cent Ciels
How better to spend a wintry afternoon than in a steamy hammam followed by a body mask of volcanic clay and an organic argan oil massage? Step into this luxurious Moroccan setting on the Right Bank, or their first location in Boulogne, and discover bliss. Les Cent Ciels will leave you counting the stars, your skin nourished and your mind soothed.

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Le Spa Dans Le Noir

Dans le noir
Your sense of touch will be heightened with a visit here, in the heart of Paris. What makes this sensory experience so special is the fact that you’re being treated in complete darkness (with an option for light), by a sight-impaired or blind massage therapist. Complete relaxation is the priority, regardless of the massage you choose.


Ban Sabaï

Ban Sabai
Stepping through the portal of Ban Sabaï, you’re automatically transported to Thailand. Whether you choose a foot, hand, head or full body massage, your senses will accompany you on this journey to East Asia. This is the first Parisian address dedicated to traditional Thai massage, with several locations, some specialising in foot massage.

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