The pool deck at Epic Hotel, outside Exhale spa

Acqualina Spa by ESPA
Ancient Eastern practices meet luxury at this Sunny Isles escape, which offers myriad regenerative treatments. After an in-depth skin analysis and deep-brush cleansing, it’s time for the brand’s magic weapon: the ESPA Professional Enzyme Peel. The secret behind your new instant glow? Pumpkin enzymes and naturally sourced fruit acids that get rid of dead skin cells and help reduce wrinkles. 17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305-918-8000;

Cowshed Miami Beach at the Soho Beach House
After you’ve bribed a member or booked a night’s stay to make your way inside this exclusive property, visit the on-site, UK-imported spa for a Salt Scrub body treatment. This head-to-toe scrub polishes the skin with peppermint oil-infused sea salt and a conditioning cream that will leave you feeling refreshed, relaxed, and rejuvenated. 4385 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-507-7904;

Elemis Spa
From the lime and ginger Salt Glow to citrus-infused facials, this Coral Gables sanctuary’s fruit and herbal offerings extend beyond the tea bar. If you’re in need of a quick pick-me-up, try the Fabulous Fruity Facial, which incorporates a mélange of organic fruits to clean, moisturize, and feed the skin. For an additional indulgence, try the 75-minute Thai Herbal Poultice Massage, a rhythmic practice utilizing warm, scented herbs. 330 San Lorenzo Dr., Coral Gables, 305-774-7171;

Eména Spa
Who says chocolate isn’t good for you? At this Design District beauty center, pure organic cocoa is mixed with water to create a mystical Chocolate Mask that plumps lines (thank you, caffeine), detoxes, and tones down redness. Available with most facials offered at the spa, this product is sure to have you licking your lips. 180 NE 39th St., Miami, 305-438-3777;

Founded in Manhattan, this wellness center—with a location at Epic Hotel—offers a Glow body treatment, whose citrus sugar scrub eliminates old skin cells and promotes lymphatic drainage. Old skin is brushed off, followed by an application of white-tea lotion rich in antioxidants. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-423-3900;

Gee Beauty
The Toronto-based, familyowned company recently opened its first US outpost inside Bal Harbour Shops, and is already making a name for itself with its Naturally Gorgeous facial. The one-hour treatment uses only 100 percent natural Tata Harper products, derived from plants (white willow bark, rose) and fruits (apricot, pomegranate) cultivated in her small Vermont farm. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-868-3533;

SoBe Calm
Whether it’s a facemask she concocted in her kitchen or a green smoothie she made from scratch, SoBe Calm’s Tatum Fritts will make sure you get your daily intake of fruits and veggies. Depending on your needs, Fritts will add anything from oatmeal to avocado in each of her facials to make sure your skin leaves looking new. 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-531-5994;

Uhma Spa
This standalone spa uses recyclable materials and organic products—a dead giveaway that here, the earth’s natural healing agents are on hand to help improve the way you look and feel. The all-green business uses organic coconut oil as a natural moisturizer during its Balinese Coconut Bamboo body scrub, which leaves your skin feeling soft, and smelling like you just returned from a beachy, tropical sojourn. 726 Sixth St., Miami Beach, 305-695-0996;

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