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Spa Gifts for New Graduates

If you’re looking to treat the new graduate in your life to a relaxation experience after all of their hard work, Haven Spa Boutique and The Spa at Fearrington have hand selected our favorite gifts for graduates. From shaving kits to salt glow treatments, there’s something perfect for everyone.

For Him:
Caswell Massey Shave Soap ($80), Caswell Massey Badger Brush ($75), and Caswell Massey after Shave Balm ($45) are the ultimate in facial skincare. These products are available in the variety of scents so each can be best suited for the user. All are uniquely hydrating and enriched with natural oils that won’t irritate the skin.

There’s also Elizabeth W. Redwoods Cologne ($50) for every day wear that seamlessly blends with the body’s natural chemistry. The rich aroma of redwood, atlas cedar, hemlock pine and oakmoss combines with fruity notes, warm spice, hints of galbanum, and sweet vanilla bean to create a uniquely sensual fragrance.

For Her:
Elemis Frangipani Salt Glow ($62), Shower Cream ($37.50), Body Oil ($53), and Elemis Sweet Orchid Body Cream (42) are the perfect set for exfoliating, cleansing and moisturizing. These delicate scents hydrate and protect the skin, leaving it soft and indulged.

Finally, a Spa gift card for a massage is the perfect gift for a new graduate after four years of hard work in school.

Stop by Haven Spa Boutique to shop these items. Contact The Spa at Fearrington with any questions, or to book your treatments at 919.545.5723.

– Angela, Spa Manager

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