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The spa experience doesn't have to end when you leave the premises—you can take it with you! So many of our favorite spas—like Canyon Ranch and Blackberry Farm—sell products so you can get the spa experience in the comfort of your own home. Here, spa experts dish on their best products. So put on your robe and slippers, and get into relaxation mode.
The Red Door Spa by Elizabeth Arden
"It's like three products in one—broad-spectrum UVA and UVB sun protection, and huge antioxidant and moisturizing benefits." —Cornelia Zicu, global chief creative officer.
Prevage City Smart SPF 50 Hydrating Shield, $68, elizabetharden.com.
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"This serum limits collagen degradation and nourishes skin." —Joanna Honaker, assistant director of the spa
Lucrèce Stem Cell Replenishing Serum, $120, lucrece.com.
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"We call it a skin vacuum, because it pulls out impurities and tightens pores with tannins. It also contains caffeine to improve blood circulation, papaya to smooth, and essential oils to rebalance your skin." —Regine Berthelot, lead aesthetician.
Caudalie Instant Detox Mask, $39, us.caudalie.com.
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"We use this oil for massages. Arnica is very anti-inflammatory and great for treating bruises."—Tammy Benson, spa training manager
Naturopathica Alpine Arnica Bath & Body Oil, $32, naturopathica.com.
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Rancho La Puerta
"When you use this kind of natural product, it's like you're feeding and nurturing skin. It's more of a long-term benefit." —Tere Ochoa, spa director
Amala Rejuvenate Advanced Firming Complex, $248, shopamala.com.
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"It features dilo oil, a skin-soothing, complexion-clearing cure-all, which comes from a tree that's indigenous to Southeast Asia." —April Amstutz, associate spa director.
Canyon Ranch Soothing Moisturizer, $24, shop.canyonranch.com.
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