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In the latest July/August digital edition of American Spa magazine, you'll find a stunning full-page spotlight on Trisha & Hershey spa treatments with our watermelon-based products that "are sure to leave your clients feeling like ‘one in a melon.’”

[Excerpt from American Spa Magazine] Discover the benefits that watermelon products have on the skin. 

“Glowing skin is a trend that is not going away. Watermelon in skin care provides the ability tot give the skin what it needs to be supple, smooth, and hydrated… It is rich in malic acid, which removes dead skin cells and is a humectant that naturally draws in moisture for a steady supply of hydration. Watermelon is also loaded with vitamins, antioxidants, and anti-aging agents such as lycopene, vitamin C, and vitamin C, which help delay skin’s aging process…”

– Trisha Grimes, trainer and esthetician, Farmhouse Fresh

Learn about some of the watermelon treatments being offered at spas today.

The Spa at The Hotel Hershey (PA) offers a Farmhouse Fresh Watermelon Basil Vodkatini Manicure & Pedicure (starting at $170, 1 hour 50 minutes). The treatment begins with a sparkling citrus-cilantro soak, followed by an application of Farmhouse Fresh’s Watermelon Basil Vodkatini Sugar Scrub infused with Square One Organic Vodka. The treatment concludes with a vitamin-rich whipped shea butter massage swirled with live strawberry fruit cells.

The Alluvian Spa at The Alluvian Hotel (Greenwood, MS) offers a variety of treatments with watermelon throughout the summer months. The Magic Melon CBD Renewing Manicure ($45) and Pedicure ($65) start with a CBD-infused soak with a watermelon-based scrub. Next, a lycopene extract gelée serum replenishes skin, ending with soft notes of lemongrass and green melon and a shea butter seals in skin’s silky softness. The Sweet Peach & Melon Vitamin E Manicure ($45) and Pedicure ($65) start with a buttery coconut oil soak with notes of freshly sliced watermelon and basil. Next a cane sugar and coconut water scrub works to smooth away dry, rough soles. The treatments conclude with an application of shea butter with notes of white ginger, peach, and sweet tea.