With 40,000 musical instruments in stock, Cascio Interstate Music supplies music lovers with the tools, gears, and repair services needed for any upcoming gig. The 30,000-square-foot retail store is packed to brim with gadgets, sheet music, instructional videos, and other products for rockers and orchestra loyalists alike. Guitar enthusiasts can use Classic Electrics ($14.95) to explore the history of their instrument, and pianists can browse Cascio's sheet music collection of classical masterpieces. Cascio carries any essential musical accessory, from Ernie Ball Regular Slinky guitar strings ($5.01) and Rico Royal Bb Clarinet reeds ($12.94) to viola shoulder rests ($23.85). The shop also features a crack staff of musical repairmen, who can help mend any injured guitar, violin, drum set, or whichever instrument on which you shred.
Health Hut founder Kurt Boehm doesn't think that eating healthy should have to be so expensive—he aims for competitive pricing in his stores, where sugar- and preservative-laden junk food is replaced by healthful foods and organic produce. The stores lay claim to the most complete selection of supplements and natural foods in southeastern Wisconsin, an inventory that's rounded out by homeopathic remedies, herbal extracts, and fitness-minded foodstuffs such as protein shakes. Beyond their brick-and-mortar outposts, Health Hut is also an online database for current or curious shoppers. Their website includes online shopping, healthy recipes, and a glossary that enumerates the nutritional benefits and uses for various foods and ingredients found in the store.
Brenda Miller, licensed aesthetician and owner of Face West Skin Care, uses only glo therapeutics skincare products during her facial treatments. She has pledged allegiance to this brand due to its potent ingredients and thoughtful omission of parabens, dyes, and superglue. In addition to classic European facials, peels, and microdermabrasion treatments, Brenda also offers microcurrent facelifts, LED light therapy, and waxing.