This oenophile-friendly French spa offers radiance-restoring treatments like the crushed-Cabernet body scrub ($145) and the red-vine-barrel bath ($75).christinechin.com
Chin offers a comprehensive roster of facials and intensive masks (from $120) that leave skin dewy and glowing come wedding day.
Diane Higgins Skin Care1483 First Ave., nr. 77th St., Ste. 2A; 212-288-7781; dianehiggins.com
Taking a back-to-basics approach to facials, Diane Higgins calms stressed-out skin with chamomile masks and grapefruit face peels. (She cultivates the ingredients for her eponymous line of products on her upstate farm.) A classic facial ($160) features gentle exfoliation, extensive cleansing, and a deep-tissue shoulder massage.edenspany.com
Host a pre-wedding party at this spa, where private rooms can hold up to 40 for services such as mani-pedis ($80 per person) and the Essential Treatment facial ($105 for one hour).reddoorspas.com
Treatments at this time-tested salon include the Sitting Pretty package ($360): a spa lunch, signature massage or facial, seaweed wrap, warm-cream mani-pedi, and makeup application.exhalespa.com
This holistic spa is the place for serious body makeovers—the Six-Week Bridal Bootcamp package ($680) focuses on nutrition and fitness, while the LIFT facial ($205) tones skin. Brow shaping is $40.gjspa.com
With water cures, river-rock saunas, and hot-stone massages, this spa is ideal for relaxation. Couples can opt for dual Swedish massages (starting at $150 per person).