Winner: Best Spa in Sandy Springs | Best of Sandy Springs

If you’re looking for a way to treat yourself this week, the results of the first Best of Sandy Springs poll should help you decide exactly where to get pampered.

From medical spas to hot stone massages, residents of the second largest metro Atlanta city voted on several spa options in the area.

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The Spa at ESI, FanTisi Spa Boutique and May’s Massage each earned 2% of votes, tying for last place.

The Spa at ESI is a student spa offering CBD facials, waxing and nailcare.

“We combine European traditions with American sciences to bring you unique treatments that cleanse, repair, and elevate your skin to new levels,” the website states.

FanTisi Spa & Boutique, meanwhile, offers hydrafacials and advanced treatments including chemical peels for acne and hyperpigmentation. They also offer products for men, including an aftershave product to reduce irritation. 

As for May’s Message, the spa invites guests to “come relax in one of our plush massage chairs, enjoy a warm foot soak, and let our talented massage therapists rub away the stress.”

In third place is Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa with 4% of votes. The spa has several locations and offers a wide variety of massages including a Swedish message, deep tissue massage and their signature hot stone massage, which it says “helps lead to deep relaxation.”

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Second place went to For The Sole: Foot & Body Spa, which garnered 7% of votes. The spa offers foot massages for 30 or 60 minutes and body massages that can range from an hour to two hours. There are also massage packages and medical massage packages available.

Despite all the offerings of the above spas, though, there was one that residents came out in droves to vote to the top.

Write-in submission Kai – The Medical Spa came in first place after taking 83% of votes. The spa, which was featured on an early episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” differentiates itself from others like it by focusing on educating the public and giving back to the community, according to the spa’s about page.

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