The island of Providenciales supports a wide range of salons, spas, and boutique wellness studios. Most of the larger luxury resorts also feature onsite beauty services.
There’s a complete range of amenities to choose from at salons on Providenciales, including cleansing facials, massages, manicures and pedicures, hot stone massages, wax treatments, salt scrubs, and romantic couples massages. Organic products are the typical choice at many of our spas and salons.
Turks and Caicos Beauty Products
The Turks and Caicos also offers a few unique locally-derived skincare products.
Several local boutique companies produce a range of organic soap products, which can be found in shops and galleries in the
plazas in the
Grace Bay area.
In previous centuries, the Turks and Caicos was a major
sea salt producer and exporter, and at the peak of the industry collectively shipped more than 2 million bushels high grade sea salt per year. Salt production unfortunately largely ceased in the mid-1950s due to the inefficiencies of the small scale of production.
In recent years, local companies have begun revisiting Turks and Caicos sea salt, and there’s now several exfoliating products offered for sale. Salt Cay Salt Works and Lucayan Skincare are two well-known local manufactures, and their products can be found in shops across the islands.
Weddings and Special Events
Many of the salons on Providenciales cater to special events such as weddings and anniversaries.
It’s a significant undertaking to get married in the Turks and Caicos, as destination weddings take extra care and attention to plan. Local wedding beauty packages may include just the bride, or the whole party.
It makes sense to begin working with your chosen wedding planners and salon early, as availability can be limited during the busy ‘
high season’ months.
The Turks and Caicos is an incredible destination
photography choice, and has been photo shoot locations for a countless array of magazines and fashion houses, including Sports Illustrated and DKNY.