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As a Cape Codder, I don’t make it over the bridge as often as I should. But I do make it a point to dip my toes into the outside world every once in a while. I subscribe to the New York Times. And I make sure to keep a metrocard in my wallet, ready for my next trip to New York City. I hit up the Met, the galleries in Chelsea, and I always make a stop at Kiehl’s on 3rd Ave. I love the Cape & the beaches, the ocean, the fish, the quiet of the off-season..but let’s be honest, an oogle-worthy selection of high-end, nature-derived skin care products? Not so much. The offerings Cape side are limited, to say the least. Which is why a visit to the Kiehl’s flagship store is such a treat. Sure, I can buy Kiehl’s Crème de Corps online, but what’s the fun in that? Custom apothecary preparations are just the ticket—they had me at “apothecary”—a reason to get over the bridge if ever there was one!

But now, loI may not have to venture over the bridge the next time I need my Kiehl’s fix after all. New this season, the spa has done an all-out makeover with a rejuvenated line-up of treatments and packages featuring Kiehl’s products and inspired by the treatments offered at the 1851 Spa in NYC. Shui Spa is now THE exclusive beachside outpost for Kiehl’s signature facials and body treatments. We are the only location outside of Kiehl’s 1851 Spa in NYC to offer such delights and diversions. I’m personally aiming my sights on the Kiehl’s Nourishing & Healing Body Therapy. This small slice of heaven includes a massage and, wait for it, a head-to-toe exfoliation featuring Kiehl’s Soy Milk & Honey Body Polish. Sweet! I’ll take two. Looking for more? Check out our full menu of treatments.

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