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Golden Nugget’s spa treatments will bring you back to life

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Experience Downtown luxury at the Golden Nugget spa.
Jason Flakes

Your Instagram is still lit from EDC, and you’re finding traces of glitter, well, everywhere. Unfortunately, your face is also there to remind you of the great times you had, with its pesky combination of post-party blemishes, inflammation and dryness. You needn’t worry, because the Golden Nugget Spa is here to help bring your skin back to life.

Combat the aftermath of your Electric weekend and discover Downtown luxury with the spa’s 24K Signature remedies—an 80-minute massage or an 80-minute facial (or both)—all utilizing gold treatments to get your skin back to its radiant self.

Sink into the spa’s buttery-soft sheets and relax while a specialist cleanses and exfoliates your skin, then applies a gel peel to minimize surface lines, smooth your skin’s texture and clear acne and scarring. Featuring a Knesko Skin nanogold collagen repair mask, the next step in the spa’s facial firms, brightens and hydrates the skin, all while recharging your natural glow. Even better, your specialist will tailor the facial to your skin’s needs so you get the best results.

As if that weren’t enough, the Golden Nugget throws in all the lavish add-ons: a shoulder, neck and face massage, a foot massage and exfoliation and a lip treatment—all in 80 relaxing minutes. Consider the 24K Signature series exactly what you need to get you back on your feet post-EDC. After a weekend like that, you deserve it. Golden Nugget Spa & Salon, 702-386-8186; daily from 6 a.m.

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