The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas will host the fall’s most anticipated beauty event on Tuesday, October 27, as its 2015 annual Trick or Treatment party welcomes the first 75 spa-goers to reserve attendance. This month’s Trick or Treatment festivities will be highlighted by the official Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas launch of Knesko Skin, whose celebrity-endorsed line of 24-karat Nanogold and Diamond collagen gel-based face masks and eye pads provides the glamour and healing power of gemstones with a truly soothing and rejuvenating spa experience.
Guests attending the October 27 party will also enjoy included hot stone hand massages; Royal Foot Massages; chair massages; NuFace applications to firm, tighten and tone eyes, lips and face; a braiding bar in the salon, and more, including a special showcase event for the hand-crafted jewelry creations of Bracha.
There is a $15 entry fee for this year’s Trick or Treatment party, with 100 percent of proceeds going to support the Children’s Miracle Network. Hotel parking for the evening is complimentary with validation provided by the spa.
WHAT Trick or Treatment Happy Hour at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas
WHEN Tuesday, October 27, 2015. 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
WHERE The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas - 2121 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75201
WHO Open to the first 75 spa enthusiasts who book at (214) 922-4820.
$15 entry fee provides valet parking, beauty treats and spa mini-treatments.
WHY Event Highlights – Gifts, Guests, Treatments:
- Exclusive Dallas Launch of Knesko Skin
- Salon Braiding Bar
- Creations from Dallas Jeweler and Philanthropist, Bracha
- NuFace Applications to Firm, Tighten and Tone the Face, Lips and Eyes
- Hot Stone Hand Massages
- Royal Foot Massages
- Chair Massages
- Sampling of Favorites from Epicuren
- Complimentary Gifts from Kneipp International
- Samples from Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare
- Mama Mio Pre-Natal Spa Products
- Sampling from Glotrition Collagen-Boosting Drink Mix
Reminder: Please reserve by October 22, 2015 at (214) 922-4820. Reservations will be capped at the first 75 attendees.