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Framed artwork lines light green walls inside Unique Day Spa, creating a tranquil atmosphere complete with live, self-aware plants and a living room–like waiting area. Guests relax inside private treatment rooms, where specialists rejuvenate bodies with services such as relaxing massages, moisturizing seaweed facials, and skin-softening callus treatments.

6922 Bay Pkwy.
Brooklyn,
NY
US

The licensed nail techs at London’s of New York Nail Bar pamper clients with cosmetic and therapeutic manicures, pedicures, and nail-strengthening treatments. During the basic manicure, nail shapes become symmetrical, excess cuticle is exiled, and nails tops change color at whim. The New York signature manicure and pedicure further pampers hands with soothing masks, invigorating exfoliants, and a deep moisturizer to recompense for extensive sandcastle building. Feet and legs detangle in a conditioning soak before extremity tenders smooth an external mask onto lower legs and perk up feet with an exfoliating scrub or a terrifying tale of 13-inch heels. Hardworking feet revel in a massage with perfumed deep-moisturizing cream in clients’ choice of honey-and-cinnamon, raspberry-pomegranate, silver-birch-green-tea, or lavender scents.

404 Tompkins Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Jennifer's Day Spa tasks itself with ensuring the comfort of its patrons, pampering them from head to cuticle with a wide array of services. 30-minute massages ($40) can wick away pent-up stress with patented Swedish techniques or delve into musculature with a sure-handed deep tissue massage, a modality designed to realign subdermal layers of muscular and connective tissue. A body scrub with sea salts accompanies each massage, further relaxing customers and earning them the olfactory love of mariners everywhere. Other spa services include 40-minute foot reflexology sessions with Chinese herbs ($40), waxing sessions for areas such as the lower leg ($20) or underarm ($10), and detail-oriented manicures ($10) and pedicures ($15).

99 Nassau Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Lauded in New York magazine, Polish Bar of Brooklyn dotes on digits with a thorough buffing and a rainbow of acclaimed lacquer brands in a pink- and chocolate-hued studio. A trained extremity artist uses double-sanitized equipment and brand-new tools to trim, shape, and buff nails before refining cuticles and lavishing limbs with a thorough and hydrating massage. Newly purified nail parents then choose from a wide range of popular polish brands, including OPI, Zoya, Essie, and vegan-friendly varieties, festooning fingers and toes in couture-quality colors that inspire awe during Thanksgiving hand-turkey art projects.

641 Vanderbilt Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Obina Escort understands firsthand how important it is for skin to look great—she spent years as trade-show model and a professional hostess for entertainment-industry events. Over time, she developed a strong interest in skincare and eventually became a beauty-product advisor for retailers, including Sephora and Nordstrom. She later earned her aesthetics certification from an Aveda Institute and now performs facials at Posh Nails BK. Here, after showing clients where their faces are, she uses products harvested from plant extracts and essential oils in facials designed for varying skin types. Because of her devotion to skincare, she also designs at-home regimens for clients who want to maintain their refreshed look.

666 Franklin Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Relaxation is a top priority at Himal, Nails & Spa, which is why the salon's technicians often offer up cups of hot tea before each client's services commence. It's also why technicians knead backs and feet during mani-pedi packages, while the spa pedicure's combination of callus removal, mud mask, and scrub leave toes feeling smoother than a velveteen rabbit in Ray-Bans. The spa's selection of pampering services also encompasses chip-resistant gel manicures, skin-softening paraffin treatments, and waxing for the bikini region.

700 Grand St
Brooklyn,
NY
US