Each of the spa's relaxing services starts off as experienced staffers pamper guests with a complimentary hot-towel wrap and dose of aromatherapy scents. Licensed massage therapists work to alleviate guests' physical and psychological tension during soothing massages, which run anywhere from 30 to 120 minutes and incorporate techniques from modalities including Swedish, hot stone, reflexology, and myofascial release. Facials, body treatments, and hair-snatching waxes can clear skin of fine lines, blemishes, acne, and unwanted follicles. Clients may also doll up their appendages with a selection of manicures and pedicures, all backed by Harmony Day Spa's 48-hour nail policy that guarantees better yields when noodling for non-colorblind catfish.
Eyelashes crafted from synthetic material or mink fur find their place on the faces of Bliss Esthetics' clients. Aestheticians' steady hands apply lashes one at a time to bulk up existing fringe and help firefighters extinguish small fires. Though they specialize in revamping eyes, the squad of aestheticians also refurbishes faces with microdermabrasions, eyebrow waxes, and permanent eyeliner applications.
The sound of gentle rainfall and the warm flicker of candlelight create a peaceful environment inside the treatment room at Total Relaxation Massage, where certified massage therapist works to soothe pain and stress. Visitors relax on a heated bed while she kneads their muscles with warm oils, loosening tissues and dissipating tension.
The Ginger Springs Day Spa's aestheticians perform holistically minded services in Point Richmond while clients kick back in a couple?s massage room and private relaxation area. Wielding botanical-laden European skincare products from Pevonia Botanica and Jan Marini, aestheticians pamper countenances with vitamin-rich ingredients and supplement most sessions with extras such as aromatherapy, a heated neck cozy, or herbal tea. Sage accent walls and exposed brickwork create a soothing, homey ambience amid the spa's contemporary ambience, which features stark-white moulding and gleaming wooden floors.
Got a hankering for bubble tea or karaoke? Head on over to the Pacific East Mall, a large mall with an Asian flair. Opened in 1998, Pacific East Mall features over 50 stores that include candy stores, travel agencies, manga shops, and florists with exotic flowers, not to mention the best bubble tea shops and karaoke box places in town. The largest store at the mall is the Ranch 99 supermarket, which has an excellent meat selection and plenty of delicious specialty foods. The wide range of restaurants at Pacific East Mall includes cuisine from Taiwan, China, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, and the Philippines, to name just a few. Crowd favorites are the Sheng Kee Bakery, which offers delicious breads, pastries, and cakes, and the dim sum at Asian Pearl.