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Name: PediCURES for a Cause featuring Vander Mill Cider
Date: May 2, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Craft Beer Week Spa event PediCURES for a Cause featuring Vander Mill Cider The Edgewater Spa joins Craft Beer Week for a Madison FIRST! Guests will enjoy a Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider Pedicure and/or Body Treatment. Reservations required for services, 608-535-8240. Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider PediCURE 90 minutes $70, $10 from every Pedicure will be donated to Breast Cancer Research. Vander Mill Cider will match all donations from pedicures booked on this day! A fizzy cider soak starts this treatment to soften tired feet and relax the soul. Next, you’ll receive a crisp exfoliation of raspberry extract, sugar and rice bran oil to smooth the skin followed by a honey yogurt oat mask that seals in hydration. Legs and feet receive a relaxing massage using Quinsberry Body Oil, rich in vitamin C featuring hints of apple blossom, to help replenish the skin’s softness. Enjoy a Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider during your pedicure. Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider Body Treatment 60 minutes $120 Start with a crisp exfoliation of raspberry extract, sugar and rice bran oil, to smooth the skin followed by a honey yogurt oat mask wrap that seals in hydration. To finish, an application of Quinsberry Body Oil, rich in vitamin C and hints of Apple Blossom is applied, helping replenish the skin’s softness. Enjoy a Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider following your treatment. Guests can also enjoy a Vander Mill Apple Raspberry Cider in Augie’s Tavern during the week of May 1, where a portion of each can purchased will be donated to breast cancer research, while supplies last.
Location:
The Edgewater
Date/Time Information:
Tuesday May 2, 2017 9AM-8PM
Contact Information:
Kelleye Heydon
Fees/Admission:
$70-$120
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