The secret ingredient at Minus 417 Dead Sea Spa is Dead Sea salt, which is infused into many of the spa's skin, body, and nail treatments. Nails soak in the mineral-rich salt during a spa mani-pedi. Bodies benefit from Dead Sea salt's circulation-boosting abilities during a mud mask and a warming massage, where the much-touted element also helps firm, soften, and rejuvenate the skin.
Of course, the spa's experienced aestheticians also rely on other ingredients, including Thai herbs, vitamin A, and Jeunesse Advanced Skin Care products. Clients can choose from more than 20 types of facial treatments or enjoy a massage from a certified therapist capable of harnessing the powers of essential oils, honey, and green tea. The skin experts at Minus 417 are also well versed in a range of advanced aesthetic treatments, including LED light therapy that erases sun damage and IPL hair removal that rids bodies of unwanted hair and freshly sprouted grass.
Iris Cleaners have been keeping garments looking sharp for more than 20 years. A team of cleaning enthusiasts and expert tailors perform an array of services, including dry cleaning, wet cleaning, alterations, and fire restoration for everyday clothing, and couture items such as wedding dresses previously worn by Dickens characters and 30-piece suits. They’ll also tend to household items including drapes and bed linens. While placing their orders, customers can make special requests such as extra starch, no pant creases, and extra candy in the pockets. Pick-up and delivery is free for residents below 145th Street in Manhattan and in Queens.
Lauren Klein has been working in the diamond business for more than half a century, and specializes in traditional and trendy jewelry alike, offering affordable yet fashionable pieces in addition to high-end designs. Be dazzled by an enormous array of rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, as well as tasteful jewelry for babies and men. The Swarovski Crystal Stretch Bracelet boasts a beautiful bouquet of earth-toned gems set in pewter regalia ($17.99). Specialty collections feature pieces based on evil eyes, fleur de lis and personalized jewelry that can be engraved with timeless love declarations or unforgettable tikka masala recipes.
Express Cleaners’ customer-focused garment gurus spruce and mend chassis coverings with an array of dry-cleaning and alteration services. With same-day service, time-pressed customers can unload sullied shirts ($3.25–$4.99), blouses ($3.25–$4.99), two-piece suits ($8.50–$10.99), and other articles by 9 a.m., and then return to pick them up on the same day by 5 p.m.
DashLocker’s innovative answer to the woes of getting to the dry cleaner too late has earned it attention from major news outlets, including the Huffington Post and the Wall Street Journal. Instead of rushing to drop off suits before the deadline, clients can access the business’s public kiosks 24 hours a day, after which they receive a text with the location of their garments when they are ready to be picked up. While away from their owners, clothes can undergo dry cleaning with non-toxic and biodegradable products or a traditional wash-and-fold treatment with a hydrocarbon-based solution, while shoes and boots can be shined.
Home Helper Housekeeping's founders believe that every home deserves to be treated with dignity and care. Carrying out this philosophy, their fully insured and carefully screened team gently scours every room of the house in a quest to abolish muck and grime while promoting the dwelling's comforts and charm. Cleaners proffer services such as taking care of pets or plants, though they draw the line at singing them to sleep every night. The maids also perform household chores, such as laundry, cooking, or ironing, and customers help them hone in on specific trouble areas with the online appointment maker.