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May 28, 2018

Fountain of Youth Facial at Moana Lani Spa


I had an amazing Mother's Day Weekend at the Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort & Spa.  One of the highlights was time spent at the Moana Lani Spa, where I recharged my mind, body and soul.

The 18,000-square foot spa and fitness space has a whirlpool tub, dry sauna, and steam room, as well as massage therapy rooms, custom facial rooms, and a Vichy sower hydrotherapy room.  Couples suites are also available.


Moana Lani Spa offers a variety of services to rejuvenate your entire being.  From massages and facials, to body wraps and salon services, you can find the ideal treatment for your needs.  A number of enhancements are also available to add on to your treatment, allowing for the ultimate in relaxation and pampering.

In addition to offering signature services, such as a Lomi Lomi Ola massage performed by a traditional Lomi practitioner, or a Heavenly Massage to help you relieve tension, the Moana Lani Spa has recently added more clinical treatments based on guest feedback.

Since I'm at the age where I'm getting more and more concerned about my skin, I opted for one of the new clinical treatments - the 50-minute Fountain of Youth Facial.


This procedure uses radio frequency, along with a custom cleanse, quantum lifting techniques, and a signature soothing and firming gold mask to help with increasing collagen and improving firmness, to leave skin with a natural, youthful glow. 


Denise, my esthetician, was fabulous.  She explained the entire process and the different products and procedures as the treatment went along.

The radio frequency machine did not hurt at all.  As Denise used the wand on my face, it was actually very relaxing.  My face was cleansed, exfoliated, toned, moisturized, massaged, and thoroughly pampered.

The treatment also included a neck, shoulder, and decollete massage.

During the entire treatment, I felt completely at ease, and Denise did not hesitate to answer any questions or provide suggestions on how to address any skin concerns I had.

I did not want the treatment to end!  The fifty minutes went by too quickly!

After 50- or 80-minute treatments, guests are treated to a collagen shot and chocolates!


I absolutely loved the Fountain of Youth Facial.  I could definitely notice a difference in my skin immediately after the procedure, and hours later, I was still quite impressed with how great my skin looked.

The results of the facial, combined with how amazing Denise was, made me realize how much I needed to take better care of my skin, how much I needed the pampering, and that I need to do it more often!  Yes, a spa treatment can be pricey, but it's totally worth it, in my opinion.  And great news for kama`aina - the current Heavenly Kama`aina Club offers great discounts to local residents.  You can find out more information here.

After your treatment, you can just sit in tranquility in the waiting area and watch the crashing waves of the ocean and nibble on some snacks, you can shop the spa store, or you can access any of the other spa facilities - the whirlpool, sauna, etc., until closing.




Whether you need a massage, need to refresh your skin, or need to pamper your body, visit Moana Lani Spa!

Moana Lani Spa
Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa
2365 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 237-2535

Thank you to the Moana Lani Spa for the incredible treatment.  Gratuity was paid on my own.

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