Organics of Naples takes the guesswork out of selecting the freshest fruit and vegetables at the supermarket by assembling boxes of organic produce that they deliver to clients once a week. Each assortment contains fruits and veggies that are in peak season and sourced exclusively from 100 percent USDA-certified organic farms to avert any pesticide cross-contamination. While the exact contents change weekly, the box is customizable based on a “like,” “do not like,” and “I only eat 3-inch diameter fruits” lists. Patrons can also opt to add other groceries, such as milk or eggs, to extend their organic pantry.
The waterless wash experts at Fashion Fresh absolve clothes from stain-related sins with advanced cleansing technologies. Friendly staff takes in soiled second skins at any location or drops by homes to whisk blouses ($7.43), blazers ($8.55), and business-casual spacesuits off to their cleaning facilities. Slink into a fresh-scrubbed skirt ($9.67–$7.78) or unsettle blind dates in a gleaming white lab coat ($8.25). Pseudo-suds experts also aid comforters ($27.92–$43.77) and pillowcases ($4.16) in reconnecting with their former fluffy selves.
Naples Massage Therapy's licensed, certified massage therapist Dori Stephens kneads knotted muscles using techniques that range from time-tested Swedish and deep-tissue modalities to treatments targeted to golf injuries and specific body areas. The new anti-aging bellanina facelift massage caresses facial fabric and its skeletal support beams with acupressure, lymphatic drainage, and contouring strokes for 60 minutes, and botanical products cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize the skin until it looks young enough to get past the bouncer at the city's hottest build-a-bear workshops. A basic head, neck, shoulder, foot, and hand massage forcibly evacuates stress from the body's most frequently used extremities after its forked tail. Once annoyed scowls have been softened into blissful grins, Dori slaps some soft heat pouches onto the palms of her hands and spends the next 30 minutes warming back muscles.
Featured on Project Runway, Oprah, and Martha Stewart, Mood Designer Fabrics supplies fine fibers to professional designers and student sewers alike. The 40,000-square-foot store is chock full of cloth for all manner of sartorial and domestic projects, facilitating customer quests to craft fashionable duds for themselves or for helpless mannequins who rely on humans for wardrobe changes and cheesecake feedings.
A passion for healing others runs in Dr. Liwen "Lily" Heh's veins. She's the third generation in her family to study the art of acupuncture, a calling she has been practicing for more than 20 years. Before coming to the United States more than 15 years ago, Lily studied her family's craft in China, where she earned a degree from Beijing China Medical University.
Today, as a board-certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, she eliminates her clients' mental and bodily woes with both acupuncture and alternative medicine. Her cupping sessions help banish discomfort by alleviating pressure in achy spots, and her herbal teas help boost energy levels and reduce the need for midday smelling salts.