Under the guidance of medical director Dr. Carol Skipper, ReGenesis Healing & Wellness’ multitalented staff steers visitors onto the path of wellness and beauty. The colorfully decorated center’s array of laser treatments harness intense, concentrated light to resolve common cosmetic complaints, such as spider veins, unwanted body hair, or a meteor barreling toward a freshly styled updo. Massage therapists use their well-practiced hands to ease aching muscles and send romantic partners floating away on a cloud of relaxation during soothing couples massages. ReGenesis’s menu of services also includes facials catered to both men and women.
Founded by a Hoboken native, E'Clips Salon delivers big-city salon results with small-town affability. Cuts, coloring, conditioning, and blowouts top the menu of services, reinforced by facial-waxing treatments to subtract unwanted whiskers and natural-hair extensions to augment mustaches sprouting from the scalp. The stylists express their dedication to quality with poems written in fine products from Redken, Paul Mitchell, and Joico.
Serenity Day Spa aims to fill patrons with tranquility from the moment they walk into the earthen-hued lobby and gaze at the modern furniture or smell the fresh flowers. Trained massage therapists unravel tightly wound muscles, and aestheticians remove dead skin during custom facials. Between treatments, patrons can relax in the Serenity Day Spa’s Zen lounge, where they can make their own crackling sound effects before the glowing faux fireplace.
Anume Med Spa's board-certified physicians brandish the latest techniques in aesthetic medicine. During 10-minute Botox sessions, clients can sit back while the physician erases years of damage resulting from funny faces forged in cold weather. On average, most treatment areas undergo noticeable change after 12 non-surgical units, each of which aids in the reduction of frown lines around the eyes, lips, or glabella respectively. The service is designed with comprehensive care and instruction in mind, and all clients depart with a firm grasp on upkeep and how to make their aesthetic upgrade endure.
Walker's Apothecary owner and licensed aesthetician Shalea Walker and her team of mug mollycoddlers swathe skin in a proprietary line of products and services that have adorned various celebrity visages. A 60-minute spa manicure (a $25 value) and pedicure (a $50 value) clips and files nails into chic alignment before coating each digit cap in a fresh coat of vibrant paint. Rough feet transform into velvety leg ends with a rejuvenating callus treatment, as hand and foot moisture masks are applied to act out a hydrating kabuki play for bodily extremities. Inspired by already pampered paws, faces can opt to call a chronological timeout with a 65-minute anti-aging facial customized to skin type. Exfoliating dead skin cells and renewing facial canvasses with the aid of a moisturizing vitamin C mask, the textural transformation gets an additional boost from a glycolic peel specialized for dry, hyperpigmented skin, removing dull, human-husk build-up and restoring your face to the glowing neck fruit it was always meant to be.
The Pilates Haus, one of Hudson County’s only fully equipped and authentic Pilates studios, employs certified instructors with more than 600 hours of training in Joseph P.'s eponymous exercise. These tight-torsoed teachers keep group mat classes small so that each student gets their fair share of one-on-one adjustments—helping them achieve better balance, flexibility, and posture. Private sessions finesse your form even further, tailoring the regimen to your specific fitness goals, be it a bikini-ready body or becoming the first person to drink the English Channel. By the end of the montage of classes, practitioners will feel the benefits of a stronger back, healthier breathing techniques, and toe muscles limber enough to demonstrate hands-free knot tying at scout camp. The Pilates Haus schedules mat classes every day of the week.