Kazakhstan resort offers tourists caviar spa treatments

Luxury beauty treatment is one of the weirdest offerings from a hotel

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kazakhstan resort offers cavia spa treatment

A holiday resort in Kazakhstan is to offer tourists the ultimate in luxury spa indulgence - a caviar bath.

Kenderli says it will offer holidaymakers "a set of luxury treatments based on Beluga caviar that will surely surprise you. This variety is found primarily in the Caspian Sea, and is considered one of the best caviars in the world."

The resort, which is set to open in a few years' time will also offer "dances with seals" as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the Guardian reports.

Eurasianet reports that developers say Kenderli will be "a superb 21st century tourist coastal resort" which will become the "best" on the Caspian and "the perfect destination for domestic and international tourists, generating wealth for the region and wellbeing for our people."

A bath in fish eggs might not be your cup of tea but caviar is said to have skin enhancing and anti-ageing benefits.

Caviar contains many nutrients and antioxidants that heel, regenerate and protect the skin.

According to Examiner, actress Angelina Jolie is a fan of caviar as a beauty product and once had caviar creams applied all over her body in a three-hour spa treatment.

Kenderli would not be the only hotel which offers caviar spa treatments. Hilton Buenos Aires offers a three-hour body treatment which includes a facial treatment with caviar, a regenerating mask with nacre (an amino-acid rich substance found in oyster shells) and a body massage with caviar and silk.

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