At the precocious age of 22, entrepreneur Linda Cesario started her own salon—but a fire soon destroyed it, and Cesario was forced to go to work for other salon owners. With time, Cesario gathered the courage to strike out on her own again, and she named her new salon Lighten Up as a nod to her career philosophy of always striving to lift her clients' spirits. Now at Lighten Up, Cesario is again her own boss, which means she has to email herself when she wants to play hooky and then confront herself when she does. She draws on more than 38 years of industry experience as she helms the salon’s dedicated stylists, who tame tresses with INOA hair color and products from Redken and Paul Mitchell. The salon also coddles appendages with manicures and pedicures, waxes away fuzz, and massages sore muscles.
Even though their brains brim with creative hair ideas, the stylists at Scissors Edge Salon resist applying scissors to hair until they’ve had a thorough consultation with each client. Once they’ve learned all they can about the client’s wishes and sense of style, they set to work updating looks with precision cuts, texturing services, and Wella professional color products. While the staff perform cuts, facials, and manicures, they attend to client comfort with complimentary beverages, snacks, and wine.
Voted one of New Jersey's premier chiropractic healers by NJTopDocs.com, Village Family Chiropractic founder and published author Doctor of Chiropractic James Fedich treats chronic spinal issues, as well as back, neck, and shoulder soreness. Patients can shed aching stress slugs with a 60-minute Swedish massage from one of the clinic's certified hand healers. Using soothing massage motions, each session gently kneads and maneuvers strained sinews to improve the function of bodily hinges without the use of greasy, joint-clogging pomade.
We are a small privately owned business in downtown Historic Newton NJ just minutes off of US Hwy's 80, 15, and 206. Our therapist will cater to meet your requirements to make your visit the most comfortable, whether selecting your own type of music, temperature or aromotherapy
From electrolysis to haircuts to tanning beds, there's a wealth of reasons a client might waltz into The Spa at Bella Boutique. A licensed staff, under the medical direction of board-certified Dr. Mohktar Asaadi, helps these visitors refine themselves both inside and out. Depending on each client's goals, aestheticians and therapists might administer massages with hot stones or evict unwanted hair. But perhaps their most versatile services are facials, which use products from brands such as Murad, Obagi, and SkinMedicato eliminate imperfections such as acne or the deep wrinkles caused by sleeping on piles of laundry.
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The staff members at Massage Techniques don't see massage as a luxury to be indulged in only to pamper oneself; instead, they emphasize that the benefits of massage should allow it to be integrated into a regular health-care routine. The spa's serene atmosphere begins dissolving stress as visitors enter, with cheery staff members and a hushed, intimate vibe. While each of the therapists offers Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages, their specialties lie in blending modalities to address each client's unique needs. Aromatherapy and bamboo can further enhance each massage, or clients can opt for specialized treatments designed to clear sinuses or relieve stress around the head and neck. The spa also offers a diverse array of facials that fade fine lines or purify pores after a long night of waiting in a dirty chimney for Santa to come.