Spa Secrets: Coconut

At Rosalie Bay, coconut is a popular go-to ingredient in cocktails and cuisine. However, the coconut’s numerous benefits extend far beyond its superfood powers, as this tropical icon plays a critical role throughout our spa.

Coconut Oil

Relax with this homemade massage oil that is created from coconuts found on property and infused with vanilla beans. Its sweet, alluring aroma will soothe away tension, while the natural antibacterial and antifungal properties reduce muscle aches and fatigue.

Coconut massage oil

Coconut Body Scrub

Much to everyone’s delight, our spa therapists have developed a new coconut body scrub. As your skin is cleansed, exfoliated and nourished with this exotic treatment, your body will thank you.

Coconut body scrub

Coconut Water

After your spa treatment, enjoy a glass of nature’s most refreshing drink. The revitalizing coconut water is the perfect way to re-hydrate, and its sweet taste is cherished by all. For an added boost, indulge in the decorative blossoms—This healthy treat will regulate blood sugar and detoxify your body.

Coconut Water

Coconut symbolizes strength, power and stability. We encourage you to embrace this tropical powerhouse and treat yourself to a healthy, coconut-themed spa day!

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