SF Ultimate Women's Expo with Massage Envy Spa

This past weekend I was invited by Heather and Massage Envy Spa to join them along with other bloggers to enjoy the San Francisco Ultimate Women's Expo, as well as learn about the Massage Envy Spa brand. There were complimentary massages, skin analysis (during which I took a few selfies) machines, and plenty of skincare and massage experts to talk to! One thing that I learned is that Massage Envy Spa does more than massages; they also specialize in Murad facials that are designed to meet all your skincare needs!



My blogger goodies. A big thank you to Heather and Massage Envy Spa!

During my skin analysis the purple light turns white wherever there is dry skin. (It also makes for great and slightly terrifying selfie opportunities.) I actually learned that I have normal to dry skin- such a surprise! I've always believed myself to be somewhat oily. After my skincare needs were determined, I was set up with some great products to try. So far my favorite ones are the vitamin C peel, and the eye cream: both feel great on the skin leaving it feeling soft and looking bright. Also, I really enjoy the 30 SPF sunscreen which feels lightweight and not too heavy on my skin.

Next it was off to my mini massage session, which I enjoyed. The staff working the event were so friendly and I was surprised by how calm and intimate the atmosphere felt, considering we were at a huge exposition! I was also provided with a Massage Envy Spa gift card to enjoy their services. Honestly after this past month, it is a treat that I am definitely looking forward to! Be sure to keep an eye out for my upcoming follow up post for when I visit the spa. Do you have a Massage Envy Spa in your area? Have you been to one before? Let me know in the comments below and what services you'd recommend!

Thank you to Massage Envy Spa for hosting me!

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