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Sound vibrations, warm seashells and a "digital detox" that involves surrendering your cellphone were among the healing and de-stressing techniques on display at this year's International Spa Association expo, held Wednesday in New York.The item can be purchased for home use for $3,200 but you can check it out at Spa Gregorie's in Newport Beach, California, with additional installations at other spas expected in the near future.The company sells its 7-inch bowls for $105 for home use, but it's also developed a one-hour treatment for spas that involves using the vibrating bowls over and on the body.You can also sign up for an 80-minute treatment that includes an aromatic bath and massage.SELF-HEATING MASK: A new product from Chaleur Beauty will soon be available for retail purchase for home use, but it's also being marketed to the spa world.
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