• Spa V at Hotel Victor
    Spa V at Hotel Victor, South Beach, FloridaOfficial Site
  • Mandarin Oriental
    Mandarin Oriental, New YorkOfficial Site
  • Spa Radiance
    Spa Radiance, San FranciscoOfficial Site
  • Madinat Jumeirah
    Madinat Jumeirah, DubaiOfficial Site
  • Mandarin Oriental
    Mandarin Oriental, New YorkOfficial Site
  • Ritz Carlton
    Ritz Carlton, BaliOfficial Site
  • Cornelia Day Spa
    Cornelia Day Spa, New YorkOfficial Site
  • Eldorado Hotel and Spa
    Eldorado Hotel and Spa, Santa Fe, N.M.Official Site
  • Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa
    Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa, Maui, HawaiiOfficial Site
  • Urban Retreat at Harrods
    Urban Retreat at Harrods, LondonOfficial Site

It's all in the mind. If you feel good, it shows on your face. And if you look beautiful, you feel good.

Well, many people spend their holidays at spas and go for expensive spa treatments to rejuvenate themselves. Many don't care about money as long as they get what they want and make them feel good. According to Forbes magazine, Evian Bath at Spa V, Hotel Victor is most expensive spa treatment.

Here are world's 10 most expensive spa treatments:

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1) Evian Bath at Spa V

Evian Bath at Spa V is world's most expensive spa treatment. Costing a hefty $5,000, this bath is exclusively for guests staying in Hotel Victor's penthouse. The bath is filled with 1,000 bottles of Evian water and rose petals. It also comes with a bottle of champagne, a slice of Seven Sins of Chocolate dessert and two spa treatments.

2) The Art of Indulgence

The Art of Indulgence at Mandarin Oriental costs $1,034. It includes skin massage with oils like ylang ylang and sweet orange by two aestheticians. The menu also includes upper-body and facial massage, manicure and pedicure.

3) Grand Luxe Facial

Grand Luxe Facial at Spa Radiance costs $750. It is skin cleansing process that lasts for three hours. The treatment includes Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion and Purikiss Microcurrent Disencrustation that help in removing blackheads, brown spots and sebum deposits.

4) Talise Rediscover

Talise Rediscover at Madinat Jumeirah costs $720. It's a full-body treatment that includes a warm bath and sugar body polish. It is be followed scalp massage with a blend of clay and herbal tonics, and facial treatment to balance the complexion by checking both oily and dry skins.

5) Oriental Harmony

Oriental Harmony at Mandarin Oriental costs $615. It is one hour and 50-minute full-body treatment by two massage therapists. It includes foot bath to remove toxins from tired feet, replenish moisture in the skin and synchronized massage.

6) Diamond Miracle Treatment

Diamond Miracle Treatment at Ritz Carlton costs $550. It is a two and a half hour treatment that includes foot soak, body massage, Thermes Marins Crystal Peeling and splash rose bath using petals from 500 red roses.

7) Microablation and Triphasic Combination Facial

Microablation and Triphasic Combination Facial at Cornelia Day Spa costs $500. It incorporates microblation and is a popular treatment with the post-plastic-surgery people. Aestheticians give treatment that minimize lines, reduce acne and ease chronic irritation. Other treatments are also done to contour and sculpt the face.

8) 24-Karat Gold Facial

24-Karat Gold Facial at Eldorado Hotel and Spa costs $475. Many aestheticians believe that gold contains anti-aging element, and so, aestheticians at the Eldorado Spa massage it into the face and back of the clients for one hour and 20 minutes.

9) Six Hands Lava Stone Massage

Six Hands Lava Stone Massage at Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa costs $450. Three therapists use hot stones to massage the clients at once for about an hour.

10) Crème de La Mer Facial

Crème de La Mer Facial at Urban Retreat, Harrods, costs $305. Crème de La Mer is one of the costliest cosmetics, and so spa treatment using it has to be costly. The one-hour-and-a-half facial includes exfoliation with sea quartz and pure diamond dust and Crème de la Mer massaged into the face, followed by hand and feet massage.