It’s no secret that many of us are obsessed with having a spa experience.
But how much is too much?
A new study conducted by University of California, San Diego, researchers suggests that the average spa visit could cost upwards of $30,000 to $60,000, depending on the spa, the size of the spa and the type of spa.
The study, which was published online in the journal BMC Public Health, found that spa visits for women were more expensive than spa visits by men.
The researchers asked 10,000 people to fill out a questionnaire about their spa experience and then asked the same questions about the spa for a second time.
The results showed that women paid about twice as much for a spa visit as men did.
The researchers also looked at spa visits in which people had to pay for items such as shampoo, conditioner, and shampooing.
The findings were similar for spa visits that included the spa.
In all, the researchers found that for spa stays, spa visits cost women about $6,600 to $14,000.
The average cost for men is $6.80 to $10,000 a visit.
For men, the study found that a spa trip for women would cost about $5,100 to $12,500, but that for women it would be $7,000 or less.
For the average person, the average cost of a spa is $14 per visit.
But it’s not just spa visits, the authors say that spa experiences also come with other costs that may vary by type of experience.
For example, a spa that is smaller could charge less to people who have higher needs.
The authors say it is possible that for some types of spa experience, a visit may cost less than the cost of the visit for other types of experience, such as therapy, exercise, or other socializing activities.