7 Odd Spa Treatments From Around The World
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Spa treatments are supposed to be luxurious, relaxing affairs. Supposedly they rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul. Sometimes, avocado masks and mud baths just don’t cut it. It’s amazing what people will do in the name of beauty.
Any of these would make excellent birthday gifts. Here are the world’s 7 strangest spa treatments, and where you can find them.
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Beer is delicious, but who knew it was good for you, too? In Prague and the Czech Republic, you can get a full-on beer bath that rejuvenates the skin. Just don't get too sad watching all that beer go down the drain when you're done.
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Apparently, hay isn't just for horses. Hay baths are offered in Italy to help exfoliate your skin. Hay fever, indeed.
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Technically not that kind of vampire, but this isn't much better. Visitors to Edmonton can get their blood drawn from their arm or leg and injected directly into their face.
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If you're desperate for softer hair (and really, who isn't?), go to London for this unique treatment. They massage fresh bull semen into the scalp for softer curls...no bull.
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Snail Face Massage
If you're fighting wrinkles, head to Thailand for a slower treatment. Snail facials are said to release crow's feet and smooth the skin on your face because snail slime is magic.
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Bird Poop Facial
If a regular facial isn't cutting it anymore, just look to the skies. Or, more specifically, New York, where you can get a facial made with ground nightingale droppings.
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Instead of running from terror from these slithering monsters, let them crawl all over your body in Israel. No, it's not a dare and yes, you need to pay money for this.
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