Egg on Your Face
The champagne and caviar flowed this New Years, but not all of it was ingested. The New York Times quoted Ginny Ferrara, spa director at Park Avenue Spa & Fitness, on a new addition to her venue's menu: a champagne and sea salt body scrub. While the bubbly may not have a genuine therapeutic effect, said Ferrara, it does leave the body "feeling tingly and perky." A 45-minute treatment goes for $100. And where does the caviar come in? On the face. Farrara, reports The Times, has developed a facial using tiny black beluga-esque jojoba beads, filled with moisturizing oils and caviar extract that are said to work as moisturizers. After the hour-long, $95 treatment, a vodka-based cleanser is used as an astringent. Yummy.