Carol Ann's Holistic Day Spa's private confines welcome bodies with soothing aromas and an artful atmosphere of earthy greens, browns, and golds. Each of the spa's licensed professionals tailor each treatment to your needs, blood type, and go-to dance move. Deforest your nether-dermis with a Brazilian bikini wax, or pupate into a beautiful torso model inside the cocoon of a body wrap, which is dolloped with an exfoliation, delicate massage, customized oiling, and a warm blanket wrap for extra luxury.
Safié Salon & Day Spa's 2,000-square-foot facility channels big-city ambiance with its sleek interiors, doting technicians, and slew of pampering options. A staff of beauty professionals stands equipped with organic products, ready to transform strands into flattering shapes, elicit radiant complexions, and clip and polish nails before they're long enough to be bitten by a nervous coworker. Clients can also hop onto a massage table and soothe their frayed nerves as they enlist the knot-banishing skills of a massage therapist or the sage chi-tending services of the in-house acupuncturist.
At Long Island Laser Group, certified laser specialist Deborah employs three different lasers, each with a specific target. For unwanted hair, the Light Sheer Diode device destroys hair follicles on all body areas and skin types. Simultaneously, the laser's cooling hand piece soothes surrounding skin to ensure minimal irritation and no downtime. Meanwhile, the intense pulsed light system can rid skin of blemishes such as acne, age spots, and wrinkles. For fungus-stricken toenails, Deborah relies on the PinPointe Footlaser, whose wavelengths are absorbed only by fungus, never the surrounding skin. Though treatments don't instantly clear nails, they pave the way for each nail to grow out fungus-free.
"We will take care of you from head to toe," promise the therapists at Spa 505. While this slogan is designed to express their comprehensiveness and high level of personal attention, one glance at their service menu shows that this is true in a literal sense, too. Here, a client can get her brows waxed, then detoxify with an ear-candling session, and then savor a hot-stone, Swedish, or trigger-therapy massage before unwinding with foot reflexology. Along the way, one might also opt for a cupping session. Still, some visit just to wax body hair, like the frivolous peach fuzz that can form on our leathery wings.
Although The Goddess Spa resides inside Grand Central Hair Salon, its staff moves beyond coifs to address a whole different spectrum of cosmetic concerns. The aestheticians help rejuvenate skin using everything from ultrasound therapy to specialized anti-aging serums. These treatments aim to conceal imperfections typically caused by acne scars, dead skin cells, and chain-mail pillowcases. Peels gently resurface the topmost epidermal layers without abrasive acids, and the body wraps' seaweed-based herbal gel leaves skin feeling soft and nourished.
Although the number of Angel Tips locations hovers around 60, there’s one thing you can count on at each of its salons: knowledgeable staff. That’s because every nail tech, massage therapist, and aesthetician learns the art of beautification at Angel’s Tips’ training center in Stamford, Connecticut. During mani-pedis, they dole out luxurious add-ons such as paraffin wax and hot-stone massage. They deeply cleanse skin during facials to reveal brighter, more even complexions, and rejuvenate bodies with tropical body scrubs and Vichy showers.