By peoplestaff225
June 12, 1998 12:00 AM

The champagne and caviar flowed this New Years, but not all of it was ingested. The New York Times quoted Ginny Ferrara, spa director at Park Avenue Spa & Fitness, on a new addition to her venue’s menu: a champagne and sea salt body scrub. While the bubbly may not have a genuine therapeutic effect, said Ferrara, it does leave the body “feeling tingly and perky.” A 45-minute treatment goes for $100. And where does the caviar come in? On the face. Farrara, reports The Times, has developed a facial using tiny black beluga-esque jojoba beads, filled with moisturizing oils and caviar extract that are said to work as moisturizers. After the hour-long, $95 treatment, a vodka-based cleanser is used as an astringent. Yummy.