Since launching its first Bali location over at Seminyak Village in 2015, Spring Spa has become a fixture in the “Bali Blogger Community” — the spa’s long white-walled garden and wading pool a staple photo in many an Insta Baddie’s feed.
Treatment rooms have their own sink and little garden with a soothing water fountain running, which you can see and hear through a glass door. The room we were in had two massage beds. We noticed that the massage bed next to ours didn’t look totally cleaned off (there were some hairs on it and some dark spots — we couldn’t tell whether they were stains or a newer thing), but at least the bed we were on was clean and the linens seemed fresh.
Other than the raw facial (IDR350k/US$25) which uses raw vegetables and fruit enzymes and a pure papaya pulp mask, they’ve also got a charcoal facial, which uses Takesumi activated bamboo charcoal to deep cleanse and promote healing (IDR350k/US$25).