Spa for a cause

This Texas-based Spa Chain Is Sharing the Love (and Its Profits) Next Week

Hiatus will donate a fifth of its March 30 profits to help Texas children in crisis following Winter Storm Uri.

By Catherine Wendlandt March 25, 2021

What if your self-care routine benefited more than just you?

On March 30, Dallas-based spa Hiatus Retreat & Spa, which has a location in Tanglewood, is hosting a profit share with Jonathan’s Place, an emergency shelter for children in crisis in the Dallas area.

Called “Spa For A Cause,” the company will donate 20 percent of its online sales that day to Jonathan’s Place (be sure to use the code “JPKIDS” at checkout). Browse skincare products like body oils, exfoliators, moisturizers, and body washes, plus nail care products and other accessories, like therapy balls and jade rollers.  

This is the first time the company is hosting a solely online charity profit share. Hiatus has held Spa For A Cause in-person in years past, but this year's event “gives everyone the opportunity to contribute to a good cause without physically being in the day spa,” a rep from the company told Houstonia.

As for why Jonathan’s Place: The rep told us that multiple pipes burst in one of the charity’s children’s homes in the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri. “They do very important work in our community by providing emergency residential care for children in crisis,” the rep said. “It's hard to conceive of a better cause than helping kids in unspeakably bad circumstances.”

From midnight to 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, give your skin a treat and help the kids while you’re at it.

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