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Cooling Coconut Body Wrap


We love the services we offer at The Pushy Goat so much we've decided to add more!

Our naturally cool body mask is rich in cooling aloe & hydrating cold-pressed macadamia nut & coconut oils sourced from the tropical rainforests of Australia. The mask is applied to the body & then the client is wrapped cocoon-style with cooling towels & muslin sheet. The hydrating mask is then also applied to the face with a cold-stone massage for a whole-body cooling experience. A scalp and neck massage is also performed while the client is wrapped.


This treatment is excellent for raw, sunburnt skin and to nurture the already suntanned body. It is a very hydrating, softening, and nutrient-rich treatment that also aids in the reduction of inflammation of the skin from rash, reduction of inflammation in the joints & muscles, stimulates lymphatic flow, & assists in decreasing pain associated with headaches & migraines.

A list of benefits includes, but is not limited to:

  • Cools sunburn

  • Soothes irritated, red, or itching skin

  • Reduces inflammation in joints & muscle tissue

  • Stimulates lymphatic flow

  • Assists in decreasing pain associated with headaches & migraines

  • Hydrates & nourishes the skin

More information on scheduling

All of our services at The Pushy Goat are amazing, so why not add treatments that complement and enhance them? Whether you are short on time or want to spend an afternoon with us, we will make sure to make the most of your visit.

Scheduling a 60-minute Cooling Coconut Body Wrap is divine. In the hour you spend with us, the mask will be applied and while there is massage in the application process, the hour is focused more on nourishing your skin & relaxing your mind and body. If you want to explore this treatment but want more massage time, our 90-minute treatment is for you! During this time, your practitioner will integrate a 30-minute focused massage.

Popular choices for focused, therapeutic work include:

Scalp, Neck, & Shoulders

Back & Shoulders

Feet & Legs

Hands, Arms, Shoulders, & Neck

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