Most spas offer hand therapies as add-ons, but Beverly Hills facialist Ronit Falevitch is known for her arm and hand rejuvenation treatments ($95). They include microdermabrasion with glycolic acid to remove dead, tired cells. After that, a hydrating serum and a honey mask (which smells great) are applied, and hands and arms are dipped in warm paraffin, then wrapped for 20 minutes. To keep them silky, Falevitch suggests Valmont Hand Nutritive Treatment ($115).
While the expression “warm hands, cold heart” has never been proved by scientists, perhaps a new saying should be “young hands, young at heart.” Because even if mismatched clothes are sometimes chic, mismatched limbs never are.
This story first appeared in the Sept. 12 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.