The company that offers airport passengers XpresSpa, now with massage and manicure service in 26 locations in 13 airports globally, and ExpresCheck for airport COVID testing, is rolling out a new brand.
This one is called Treat. And it is an upscale airport spa and wellness concept with medical services, state-of-the-art testing, “and a holistic approach to physical and mental well-being.”
The menu of services includes:
- Relaxation services such as manual massage and hydro massage
- Self-guided wellness services such as visual decompressions with VR goggles, meditation room, workouts
- Health services such as IV drips, injections, consultations with providers for acute illnesses, mental health coaching
- Wellness products to help combat fatigue, relieve stress, boost stamina and promote healthy systems such as adaptogenic herbs and supplements, teas, and tinctures
- Women’s health products that support reproductive health, pregnancy, and intimacy
- Beauty and hygiene products such as hydrating masks and lotions, soaps, shampoos, and hand sanitizer
- Travel products such as compression socks, eye masks, pillows, and blankets.
We took a look at the price list for medical services and found $50 for a flu vaccine or a vitamin injection and $175 to be seen for a wide range of other issues, including eye problems, cold/flu symptoms, sinus infections, wound care, allergic reactions, and pregnancy or STD testing.
The fee for IV therapy or a COVID test is $250.
Under the Wellness Services tab, you’ll find showers (30 minutes for $35), yoga ($30-60), as well fees for meditation time, and a wide variety of fitness programs.
Current Treat locations are Terminal 4 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Terminal 4 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), and Concourse B at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).
If you try it out before we do, let us know what your experience is like.