When it comes to pampering, the petite set doesn’t like to be left out. That’s the idea behind the latest trend in kid spas, which are going mobile with party buses parking it and featuring age-appropriate treatments for tots through teens. Check out these spas-on-wheels where your darling diva can experience all the indulgences she or he demands, and have a whole lot of fun at the same time.
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All About a Girl
The name says it all for this Bristow, Va mobile spa that aims to bring out the inner beauty in young girls, and make them feel wonderful about themselves in a safe, relaxing, and luxurious environment surrounded by friends and family. Adverse to pink (lots of it), fluffy seating, or glitter? Steer clear!
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Glitz and Glam
This kid-fiendly spa party company meets you where you’re at. Set up the shindig at home, hotel, or community center with cake and treats and they’ll bring the nail painting, foot soak, DIY custom lip balm, makeup application, glitter tattoos, and/or honey and yogurt facials. When booking with Glitz and Glam, the more the merrier–parties of 10 or more get a 10 percent discount.
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Sassy Princess Spa
Primp, pamper and play. That’s the idea behind the Sassy Princess Spa, a mobile spa party with the mission to provide amazing fun for girls ages 3-13. Mobile spa themes include Mommy and Me Tea Party, Mommy and Me Spa Day, and Pajama Party. They also feature day camps with hands on activities such as jewelry making and clothing design, along with workshops that teach young girls the importance of healthy eating and skincare.
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Spoiled Rotten Kids Spa Party Bus
It’s not just about indulging decadent divas at this full-service salon. Spoiled Rotten Kids believes in promoting emotional and physical wellbeing through creative and inspired pampering. Featuring odorless, non-toxic, paraben-free, gluten-free, water-based products, clients can receive an array of hair, skin and nail packages, along with private and mobile spa parties, boy parties and fashion shows.
—Ayren Jackson-Cannady and Jamy Bond