Nü|2 administers a wealth of non-surgical treatments with bountiful aesthetic and medical benefits. The customized rejuvenating chemical peel ($130) employs multiple blends of peeling solutions, packed with surface-smoothing exfoliating acids, pigment-inhibiting tone stabilizers, and skin-strengthening agents. After an aesthetician layers the serums on with expert techniques, the peel elements combine to correct coloration, banish blemishes, and polish away wrinkles and fine lines—leaving clients' faces as smooth and clear as a baby's conscience.
CanvasOnSale has a guarantee that their canvas prints won't fade, bubble, or crack, and it lasts for 75 years. That's because the canvases they use are museum-quality and are meant to be displayed until great-grandchildren are flying around in their hover cars. Once the staff receives an image to print on the canvas, they transfer it to the canvas using vibrant inks. Then, they hand-stretch the canvas over a frame so that it's immediately ready to hang in your home. The entire process takes 24 hours or less, and the company ships their canvases across the country.
Springing from the mindparts of CEO and founder John Kunkel, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill combines the tasty flavor of Mexican fare with a dedication to healthy eating and responsible food sourcing. After cutting its teeth in the mean streets of Miami's South Beach, Lime Fresh spread its delicious message across the country, stuffing organic beans, colorful veggies, homemade salsas, and humanely raised meats into tortillas made from non-genetically-modified corn and flour. Chefs grill quesadillas, roll burritos, and sizzle fajitas before customers' eyes, and they can easily convert each item on the menu into a vegetarian-friendly feast or a makeshift futon. As guests content themselves with mouthfuls of flavorful tacos, fresh salads, and cheesy scoops of nachos, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill's dedicated staff works hard behind the scenes to build strong community relationships through contributions to local charities and nonprofits.
Calming breezes waft throughout Uvas Restaurant, emanating from the sea wind drifting across the patio lounge and the refreshing drafts from the dining room’s air conditioning. The aromas of chorizo simmering in spicy chardonnay broth and sizzling Angus beef mingle with these gentle gusts, filling the 1920s Mediterranean-style building with the robust fragrances of European dishes. Chefs swaddle burgers in focaccia, fill empanadas with sweet plantains and fresh mozzarella, and, for brunch, souse poached eggs in hollandaise sauce and top vanilla pancakes with strawberries and white chocolate shavings. They serve up mimosas and champagne with late morning dishes, while pouring an extensive selection of international wines at dinner.
The Healing Factory instructs youth ages 5–17 on proper breathing, simple yoga stretches and poses, and meditation, and provides holistic instruction in art, dance, and nutrition. While practicing yoga and meditation, young participants learn to balance their physical bodies, their emotions, and the unwieldy scales of justice through specific exercises and deep-breathing techniques. Regular yoga practice can also enhance concentration and information retention, and meditation can help reduce violent urges and improve kids' abilities to resolve conflicts. La Luchi would like to purchase yoga mats for graduates of the Healing Factory program to encourage them to continue to nurture their newfound meditative practices at home.
Mashikos draws on Miami's hip-hop culture in selecting its fashionable torso trimmings. New items flood the storefront daily, including fashions from Phat Farm, Sean John, Rocawear, and Apple Bottoms. Entrance passersby with the wild patterns splashed across the yellow printed T-shirt by Miskeen Originals ($38), or expose appendages to the summer breeze with a shin-brushing pair of denim shorts from Timberland ($58). The white mini shorts by Pepe Jeans brighten bottoms, and the gold-patterned white Rocawear tank ($44) ties at the neckline so it can hug a torso like a bear hugs another bear he loves. Mashikos lets youngsters in on the fashion action with items such as the Coogi multichromatic patterned T-shirt ($34), the pink plaid shorts by House of Deréon ($28.99), and dapper diapers by Dolce & Gabbana.