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For those needing relaxation or a sip from the fountain of youth, the final Spa Week of 2007 allows the “needy” to take the plunge for just 50 bucks.

Participating Brooklyn healing emporiums are offering a few of their treatments at the short-lived — Oct. 15-21 — discount to entice the borough’s weary, wrinkled and worried to come in and discover their staffs’ nurturing talents.

“It’s like Restaurant Week,” explains Bruno Grillo, proprietor of Bruno Salon and Spa in Bay Ridge. “Get a taste to see what we are well-known for. I’m a fanatic when it comes to hiring the best aestheticians and massage therapists.” Grillo is offering a 45-minute spa facial, microdermabrasion session or Swedish massage.

Additional Spa Week sites include Boerum Hill’s Providence Day Spa; Williamsburg’s Magnolia Beauty Spa; Bay Ridge’s O Spa and Escape Medical Center; Bensonhurst’s Delacqua Salon/Spa; and Dyker Heights’ Skin Beauty Laser Center.

For a complete list of the services each spa is offering, visit www.spaweek.org and click on “New York.”

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