Fall’s most luxurious spa treatments involve a little something sweet.
At Delano’s Bathhouse Spa, fall pumpkins are not just for carving; they can also rejuvenate your skin.
The treatments at the newly revamped Bathhouse Spa at Delano Las Vegas highlight an assortment of natural desert ingredients—think aloe, cactus, and agave—but the spa is also getting into the seasonal spirit with its Pumpkin Spice Facial. Lauded for their brightening effects, the enzymes in pumpkins hasten skin cell turnover and deliver a variety of antioxidant-rich vitamins, resulting in that coveted holiday glow—copious amounts of eggnog not required. 50 minutes, $140. Delano Las Vegas, 877-632-9636
Canyon Ranch SpaClub
Feeling overwhelmed by just the thought of the impending holiday season? Settle in for Canyon Ranch’s Pumpkin Cranberry Facial, an antioxidant-filled treatment that takes advantage of the peptides and vitamins found in pumpkins, cranberries, and pomegranates to leave skin delightfully dewy. 50 minutes, $175–$195. Venetian, 702-414-3600
Need a caffeine fix? Java’s exfoliating properties are legendary, and its natural acidity and ample caffeine are believed to diminish the appearance of cellulite and substantially tighten skin. See for yourself with Grand Spa’s Spiced Latte Scrub, a cheery confection of a treatment that can be enhanced with a full-body application of, you guessed it, coffee butter. 25–50 minutes, $70–$125. MGM Grand, 702-891-3077
Qua Baths & Spa
Caesars’ polished marble baths are the perfect place to immerse yourself after a full-body Ras-mopolitan scrub, which features sea salt, organic vodka, and fresh raspberry extract and ends with a buttercream-scented massage. Cap it off with the Gingerbread and Marshmallow Melt foot treatment, incorporating brown sugar, pecan whiskey, and warm marshmallow butter. 80 minutes, $245. Caesars Palace, 866-782-0655
Sahra Spa & Hammam
It’s only natural that the Strip’s earthiest spa would debut a treatment based on simple ingredients like organic sugar, apple and pear purée, and fresh nettle. Sahra’s Autumn Body Bliss is a marathon treatment that starts with a scrub, progresses to a full-body wrap enriched with pumpkin and sunflower seed oils, and ends with an application of lactic acid to soothe and hydrate your skin. 80 minutes, $225. Cosmopolitan, 855-724-7258
The Spa at Wynn
Wynn’s signature Choco Latte Body Buff is a favorite of the luxury spa set, and it’s not hard to understand why clients flock to the Asian inspired treatment year round. Get in a tropical state of mind with an exfoliating scrub, a body polish, and a moisturizing butter that marry organic green coffee with fresh cacao from Hawaii. 80–100 minutes, $280–$375. Wynn Las Vegas, 702-770-3900
Spa Bellagio’s buzzed-about Vichy showers may not be for the timid, but it’s hard to deny the allure of the full-body Sugar Scrub, complete with a hydrating warm-milk rinse. The Honey Pumpkin Soufflé Pedicure, a complementary add-on, blends the citrusy sweetness of essential clementine oil with moisturizing honey sea salt, pumpkin purée, and ginger sorbet milk. 25–60 minutes, $85–$135. Bellagio, 702-693-7472
Spa Mandalay’s massage therapists harness the power of aromatherapy with the Warm Apple Cider Massage, a total-body experience that combines the calming scent of apple cider with a custom massage designed to stimulate circulation and soothe aching muscles. 50 minutes, $135. Mandalay Bay, 877-632-7300