Treat yourself to a haircut and therapeutic sessions in mineral pools infused with Dead Sea and Pyrenees Mountains salts
Palm Beach, FL
The Spa at PGA National Resort – Up to 49% Off
The Spa at PGA National Resort
Palm Beach, FL
Up to 58% Off Salt-Room Sessions
Breathe Salt & Yoga
Saline aerosol helps relieve respiratory and skin conditions as crystals on walls and floors maintain sterility in simulated salt cave
Up to 68% Off Skinny Body Wraps
Designer Skin of the Palm Beaches
North Palm Beach
The Ultimate Skinny Body Wrap detoxifies and tightens the skin while reducing inches and ridding clients of excess water weight
56% Off Health-Center Membership
FitVibes at The Good Life Center
Palm Beach Gardens
Membership grants access to FitVibes vibration machine to tone muscles and an infrared sauna to detoxify and promote circulation
Up to 52% Off Massage, Body Scrub, or Both
Massage Island Spa
Palm Beach Shores
Licensed massage therapists administer island-themed treatments with warmed lotions; boutique spa with Caribbean-inspired music and decor
57% Off Beauty Packages
Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you
Up to 60% Off Spa Packages
Massage therapist applies Swedish and deep-tissue techniques to help bring relief to pain and tension
Up to 53% Off Spa Packages
Antioxidant Wellness Center
Abacoa Town Center
Relax and burn calories inside an infrared sauna before a soothing detox bath, chromotherapy session, foot rub & optional oxygen treatment
Patients rarely expect a medical office where they can meet with their primary-care physician, get a chiropractic adjustment, and round out their visit with a cutting-edge laser or aesthetic treatment. Dr. Angela Vecellio, Dr. Sal Pilato, and Dr. Kimberly Stein made that myth-like destination a reality at Palm Beach Medical, wisely choosing to do so above sea level after the mistakes of Atlantean small-business owners. Dr. Vecellio leads the friendly and multidisciplinary team from her own advanced training in nutrition, pediatrics, and weight loss, addressing physical ailments with chiropractic care and a variety of innovative therapies. Dr. Stein oversees medical treatments, administering flu shots and performing physicals.
In the cosmetic realm, staffers use Neova's DNA Total Repair formula to combat sun damage during facials. They remove hair from any skin type with Palomar's StarLux 500 platform and strive to banish cellulite with the same Alma Accent XL laser that has been featured on The Doctors and as an understudy in Goldfinger.
At Spa Organix, personal attention is more than just a tag line. From the single private treatment room to the aestheticians’ insistence on customizing each of their skin and body services, everything at the spa suggests the exact opposite of a cookie-cutter experience. Among the treatments that best exemplify this philosophy are exfoliating facials, which account for individual skin types before revivifying complexions with Éminence products.
The spa’s massage therapists go to the same lengths as their aesthetician counterparts, devoting their attention to areas below the neckline with a retinue of bodywork treatments. Aside from the flagship facials and massages, the staff offers waxing treatments, NovaLash extensions, and Circadia peels that work to wipe away blemishes and monocle indentations.
The stylists of Changes Hair Studio think that hair is everyone’s best accessory, and they’ve spent nearly 30 years revamping that accessory with fashion-forward styles. Over that time, their team evolved into two divisions: the new talent perfect skills by practicing basic cuts and color retouches at discounted rates, and the advanced design team administers professionally priced cut and color services as well as keratin treatments and hair extensions affixed with brain waves. New and seasoned stylists alike draw from the same lineup of professional salon products, including patented protein formulas from Redken.
Located just off Clematis Street in lively West Palm Beach, One XI Salon & Beauty Bar fits right in among the neighborhood’s boutiques, nightclubs, and restaurants. The salon’s high-spirited stylists clips to the rhythms of trendy music, putting down their shears every so often to offer their guests complimentary glasses of beer and wine. Owner Cathi oversees the team of stylists she handpicked for their friendly demeanor and wealth of haircare and styling certifications. Before leaving, guests can take home specialty products from L'Oreal Professional and Moroccanoil to help maintain salon-like hair and silky mutton chops at home.
Salon W and Spa burnishes bodies from bangs to toenail using brand-name products. Skin rules inside the spa's private treatment rooms, where aestheticians draw inner beauty outward with glycolic peels, skin-resurfacing facials, and Jan Marini skincare products. On the salon floor, stylists add dimension to locks with highlights backed by haircare products from Davines and Bumble and bumble. Massages come in seven editions, from an aromatherapy version that includes fragrant essential oils to a hot-stone variety that both melts the tension in clients' backs and warms the pies in their overalls.
Since 1974, Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers' dedicated instructors have edified spa and salon hopefuls in the tricks of the beauty-boosting trade. Under the watchful eye of a seasoned professional, each soon-to-be beautician performs a variety of services on visitors to earn the certification of a license massage therapist or the gilded epaulettes of an aesthetician. At both the Hollywood and Miami Beach locations, clients can help students achieve their goals by simply indulging in rejuvenating facials, stylish cuts and colors, and relaxing rubdowns.
Palm trees reflect in the windows of the new A.Studio Spa, a sister location to the original facility opened in the Hamptons. The interiors were clearly designed with tranquility in mind—flickering candles, fresh-cut flowers, and a soundtrack of snoring doves fill the reception area and private rooms. Before their appointments, clients can sip complimentary chilled water or warm tea. Massage therapists and skincare specialists perform a range of restorative services that include Swedish massages, anti-aging facial peels, waxing, and manicures.
A coffee bar covered in mosaic tile doles out doses of espresso to customers in the waiting area of Prado Spa & Salon. Bolstered by caffeine boosts, they can proceed to salon stations or private rooms for services such as facials with YonKa and Éminence products and manicures with polishes from OPI and Essie. Staffers also specialize in various advanced beauty treatments: Aesthetician Shanelle applies individual synthetic eyelash extensions, and licensed massage therapist Dianne supplements traditional bodywork with holistic reiki and crystal-therapy treatments.
The dedicated instructors at Xtend Barre & Pilates WPB offer a number of different workouts, including Pilates Reformer and Tower sessions, as well as private and group Pilates sessions. In addition to burning calories and enhancing coordination, the music-fueled workouts can be tailored to suit new exercisers, injured athletes, and moms-to-be, working to achieve strengthen your core and lengthen the body. In addition to leading barre classes, the certified instructors at the West Palm Beach studio show students how to use spring-powered Pilates machines.
Former Londoner Vivien Henderson spent four years working on chiropractic patients dealing with pain and dysfunction before she opened the doors to her own massage studio. In addition to modalities such as gentle Swedish massage and therapeutic deep-tissue massage, she practices treatments such as craniosacral therapy, a gentle, powerful light-touch approach that acts through the central nervous system to assist in improving function in the whole body, and hot-basalt-stone massages with essential oils induce relaxation.
Recently featured in Palm Beach Illustrated, Beauté Therapies revives complexions and eases muscle tension with a relaxing menu of anti-age skin treatments and calming massages. After waiting cozily in cushioned banquettes with autumnally hued pillows, guests can saunter past the spa’s modish hanging lights to a private massage room, where tense backs and knotted extremities are soothed with a Swedish massage. The 50-minute session uses long, flowing arm strokes to promote circulation before a dermo body glow employs eos products to exfoliate and moisturize dehydrated skin with an anti-aging peel wrap. The 30-minute treatment cultivates smoothness while lifting dead epidermal cells and forgotten slices of pizza seamlessly from skin, resulting in a fresh, revitalized glow.
Lili's Day Spa's owner, Liliana Gonzalez, pampers paws and hooves while cultivating a relaxing retreat. During each 30-minute manicure, hands soak in scented water before nail stylists shape talons, trim cuticles, massage phalanges, and top finger shields with a color that matches each client's aura. Next, feet revel in a 40-minute renewal session as a whirlpool-massage pedicure chair extricates the malaise of weary leg paddles. Specialists shape toenails, manage cuticles, and scrub armored epidermal plates before applying a moisturizing mask and treating feet to 10 minutes of hot-stone massage therapy. Each manicure ends with nail polish, which is applied by an artistic elephant equipped with human hands and named what most elephants are named—Nail Polish. Clients who opt for the paraffin-wax treatment dip their digits into cauldrons teeming with the souls of melted candles, which open pores, exfoliate, and moisturize cracked epidermises as they cool.
Cosmo & Company's staff of beauty bolsterers employs years of experience from spas all over the globe to professionally pamper clients’ faces. During a 75-minute classic facial, extractions, cleansing, and a soothing steam help free faces of pore-clogging grime, while an arm-to-scalp massage quiets squamous cells' protests against bath time. Finally, an exfoliating mask with Image skincare products sloughs away dead skin. Alternatively, the half-hour microdermabrasion preps skin with a steam and cleansing before skillful technicians wield a crystal-tipped tool to burnish and exfoliate facades, renewing complexions and erasing expired time stamps from foreheads.
Within the tranquil, spa-like atmosphere of Fleur de Paris Skin Care Institute, aesthetician and native Frenchwoman Sylvie Sevrain is working with serious science. The skincare expert has a PhD in skin biology and cosmetology and has done research on the effects of hormones on skin-aging prevention. Sevrain has worked for major cosmetic firms. She's also a member of the Dermatology Skin Care Specialists and the Society of Cosmetic Chemists. But upon listening to her French accent in an atmosphere that, according to Palm Beach – Live Work Play, is "painted a soft, robin’s egg blue with beautifully hand painted floral décor," guests are more likely to think of Juliette Binoche than Marie Curie.
Sevrain continually draws on her expansive knowledge while caring for the complexions of men, women, and teens. She performs classic French facials or specialized treatments with products such as Environ, a plastic-surgeon-developed line that nourishes the skin with vitamins and alpha-hydroxy acids. Sevrain can diminish wrinkles as a certified Bellanina-facelift massage specialist, and offers advanced treatments including chemical peels and ultrasonic therapy. She and her team pamper bodies with fragrant scrubs, hot-stone massages, and waxing services that are ideal for clients heading to the beach or American werewolves heading to Paris.
Signature Service: Island signature massage
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 13
Pro Tip: [We have] island-inspired soft
Caribbean music and island decor.
The mother-and-daughter team behind Massage Island Spa cite "caring for and helping other people feel great," as the best part of their jobs and a feat they accomplish through the art of massage. They enhance their treatments with a bit of island-inspired culture and attitude, brought with them from the Caribbean to their current home on Singer Island. They warm up the lotion they use during massages, as if it had been kissed by the sun or had a full-on make-out session with a stove top. The heated oils moisturize the skin and soothe stress even before the licensed therapist's hands set to work rubbing tension from tissue.