How Spas Are Taking Part in Breast Cancer Awareness

These three properties are running specials throughout the month to support a worthy cause.

Terranea Resort Turns Pink
Terranea Resort Turns Pink
Courtesy of Terranea

Check out how these resort spas are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and the fight for the cure—all while providing quality services to guests.

1. Naples Grande Beach Resort

The The Spa at Naples Grande is donating profits from its spa specials to the Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support Organization to raise awareness on the impact of breast cancer. Throughout October, The Spa will donate $5 for every 50-minute service booked. It will also enter any guests that wear pink on the day of their spa services into a raffle to win a free 50-minute CBD massage.

2. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa 

The La Quintessence Escape at Eau is an indulgent package that provides a Riviera-style Palm Beach getaway while supporting the annual health campaign by raising funds for breast cancer research. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is donating 10% of the package’s $20,000 per night rate to Susan G. Komen for Breast Cancer Awareness & Research. The package includes a stay in the presidential suite, a luxury welcome bottle of champagne, daily club access, daily access to a private beachfront cabana, full-day spa passes, a $500 credit that can be used across the resort’s many culinary outlets and exclusive use of a luxury vehicle throughout the guest’s stay.

3. Terranea Resort

Terranea is hosting its seventh annual Terranea Turns Pink initiative in October. A portion of proceeds from specialty offeringsincluding select spa treatments, adventure activities, ONEHOPE Wine Rosé, pink desserts and morewill be donated to charity organizations like Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach and Play for P.I.N.K. The Spa At Terranea is offering a 60-minute CBD Massage, Virtual Sound Bath or 60-minute Seaside Yoga. Additionally, guests can pick up an informative breast exam card at The Spa, which promotes awareness for preventive measures and early screenings. 

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