Cooling mint aromatherapy
This one refrains from the use of concentrated massage oils that make the glands hyperactive and leaves a burn or two. After bath, a light mint-based oil is used for a relaxing massage as mint is known to cool and comfort sunburned skin. Sandalwood with olive oil and almond oil are other variants that bear equally impressive results. Not to forget, the 'Swiss knife of aromatherapy', lavender known for its calming properties can be used both in summer and winter. They don't particularly have a cooling or healing effect on the skin as mint or sandalwood does, but it helps ease frazzled nerves.
Then you are given a cold shower which soothes your nerves and your body is left tingling with freshness. Throw in a mint and sandalwood spa manicure and pedicure as well. Aromatherapy is most popular as the oils keep changing with the weather.