Bath Junkie’s Little Rock branch welcomes crafty visitors who aim to create their own customized bath products without welding together bathtubs or sewing shower curtains into tuxedo capes. Amid a vibrant and colorful atmosphere, the helpful staff assists customers in selecting nontinted and unscented products such as salt scrubs, bath crystals, lotions, body washes, shampoos, conditioners, oils, perfumes, and magical elf ointments that instill tree-talking abilities. After selecting the perfect product, about 200 scents await your approval. A final tint application transforms skin-soothing concoctions into aesthetically striking bathroom accessories. Surprise your mom with a hydrating body mist ($18.50, 4 oz.) that matches her bedroom décor or pick up any lotion product ($10.25+). Add pizzazz to bath time with fragrant bath crystals ($25, 32 oz.) and an exfoliating salt scrub ($35.50, 16 oz.). The fun, hands-on process provides all the child-like excitement of spontaneous soda-fountain chemistry while avoiding sugar-induced headaches and upset stomachs. Every product is suitable for sensitive skin and almost all are paraben- and SLS-free.
Chris Olsen is a busy man. He stars in his own syndicated KTHV Channel 11 segment, “Today’s Home,” writes for Arkansas Gardener magazine, and is an active member in several not-for-profit organizations. Olsen, an Oxford University graduate with more than 25 years of experience in landscape architecture, opened Botanica Gardens in 2003. He works as the garden store’s master designer, a career that allows him to stay active in the community and share his wealth of plant-centric knowledge with the public. Visitors to his store can discover a plethora of gardening supplies including plants and shrubs, fountains and water features, and statuary. His experienced staff also flaunts their skills in landscape design, lawn maintenance, flower arranging, and inducing rain with the hokey pokey.
Fully qualified in all Apple products, the technological gurus at Cellular Repair & Exchanges revive and refurbish forlorn gadgets such as smartphones, gaming consoles, and tablets. With a repair menu longer than Tolstoy's War and Peace and War Again, the gizmo doctors leave no circuit unturned when tackling any range of maladies, from broken screens to a dying battery. Once each job is finished—typically within 24 hours—technicians ship the item straight to its owner's home. Cellular Repair & Exchange also doles out replacement phones should any repair not suffice, and a 90-day warranty guarantees prompt removal of any miniature forceps accidentally left behind the keypad.:m]]
"It's not old, it's mold," is the proclamation of Arkansas Roof Renew's experts, who discourage needlessly replacing a roof when it might just need a good cleaning. The company makes its cleaning process simple. Trained technicians arrive at homes armed with low-pressure applicators, which they use alongside eco-friendly detergent to stifle the growth of algae, moss, and fairytale beanstalks blocking garage doors. Aside from roof cleaning, the multifaceted team removes dirt and moss off of siding and rids downspouts of organic debris with cleaning solution followed by a soft-rinse.
A locally owned and operated business, Cantrell boasts a wide selection of high-quality wood, leather, and upholstered furniture from lines such as Jessica Charles and Sam Moore. Stately bedroom sets by Largo provide elegant concert halls for dream symphonies, and Hammary dining room sets with high-backed chairs add dramatic style to any supervillain dinner party. Cantrell's trained consultants are always nearby to help you wrangle a candidate from the store's majestic herd of roaming sofas, and its upholstery experts can create custom options in case Cantrell doesn't carry an exact replica of Captain Kirk's command chair. You can also give your home a sexy foreign accent with an assortment of home decoration pieces such as candelabras, tabletop statues, vases, an elaborately patterned red pillow ($99), and shaggy area rugs ($59).