FEEL … YOUTHFUL

WhatBeauty in Bloom Treatment

WhySometimes we do feel - and look - our age, and that's when it's time for an indulgent and calming facial. The anti-ageing treatment uses cleansers, serums and moisturisers from the ESPA Optimal Skin Collection, and involves a double cleansing, facial massage and finally a tinted moisturiser finish to lock in the nutrients and get you ready to face the world.

WhoIdeal for those in need of a revitalising pick-me-up from head to toe, as the treatment comes with a hand exfoliation and a hand and foot massage.

WhereRitz-Carlton Spa by ESPA

Details80 minutes, HK$1,680-HK$1,780. Available until June 30

FEEL … LUMINOUS

WhatNatura Bissé Citrus Boost Facial

WhyThis contouring aromatherapy treatment is ideal for uneven skin tone. The active ingredients in the masque reduce hyperpigmentation and boost radiance. With the summer-appropriate citrus fragrance, you'll feel uplifted and so will your skin.

WhoIdeal for sensitive skin. From the exfoliating process to the final application of the soft masque, at no point did the products irritate our skin.

WhereThe Oriental Spa, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Details60 minutes, HK$1,500-HK$1,650. Available until June 30

FEEL … ROMANTIC

WhatElemis Botanical Touch

Why: It's bikini season and time is ripe for some full-body TLC. The 25-minute body scrub exfoliates dull skin with sugar enzymes scented with botanical essential oils, while the 55-minute massage combines rose, camelina and poppy seed oils for a luscious, rejuvenating experience.

Who: Perfect for embracing your feminine side before a romantic date. Alternatively, book in a sparty with your girlfriends and take advantage of the spa and tea promotion at the Café, which includes a themed afternoon tea to go with the treatment as well as a free gift.

Where: Melo Spa, Hyatt Regency Sha Tin

Details: 80 minutes, HK$1,199

FEEL … INVIGORATED

What: Cryotherapy has been around for centuries - the idea is that the extremely cold air triggers your body's fight and fight response, thereby stimulating blood circulation and increasing endorphin levels for stress relief. Go for the full-body treatment in the cryosauna, try a localised treatment or facial, or choose the LED light therapy.

Why: You can tell people you've been frolicking half-naked in -130 Celsius - you'll literally be the coolest person they know. Also, there's the celeb factor - Jessica Alba, Daniel Craig, Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore are fans.

Who: Try it long-term for increased collagen production and reduced inflammation, short-term for instant rejuvenation and a metabolism boost - or simply for the bragging rights.

Where: Polaris, 10/F Lee Theatre Plaza, Causeway Bay

Details: Single sessions are HK$600 (cryofacial) and HK$900 (whole body), but membership packages are available.