Enesa Seremet, who has globetrotted as an international skincare specialist and earned a postgraduate CIDESCO degree in aesthetics, now helms Enesa Skin Institute, a center that specializes in European beauty treatments. In addition to using techniques from overseas, Seremet imports holistic products such as French wax. Unlike standard hot wax, this Parisian product warms in response to body heat rather than freelancing hibachi grills and avoids burning skin as it gently strips away stubble. Dried herbs and spices combine to create masks for six-procedure facials, soaking skin in natural vitamins and minerals. Each session starts with a personal consultation, and early patrons wait for their aesthetician in a yellow waiting room with Victorian-style couches and armchairs.
The Prospect Jewelers collection consists of delicate treasures in gold, platinum, sterling silver, and more, as well as estate jewelry, South African diamonds, and pearls. The wide-ranging collection includes money clips ($100+), birthstone rings ($105+), Chamilia bead jewelry ($27+), Charles Hubert watches ($85+), jewel-encrusted busts of Herbert Hoover (priceless), and colored-pearl stud earrings ($95+). Prospect Jewelers also offers customized engraving to ready pieces for gift giving, as well as full-service, in-store jewelry repair to mend broken hearts resulting from broken heart-shaped charms.
Pilar Varon—a clinical aesthetician who holds a variety of certifications—helms the eponymous Skin Care by Pilar, where she offers custom skincare treatments. Her facial treatments refresh, cleanse, and exfoliate faces and include specific services designed to combat acne or wrinkles. Hot waxes evict unwanted hair from body areas, such as the legs, arms, stomach, or brow, whereas peels rejuvenate complexions with ingredients such as papaya, vitamin c, or lactic acids.