Face & Skin Care in The Haight


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  • Soothe Spa
    Five Things to Know About Soothe Spa Soothe Spa owner and aesthetician London Elise can just about do it all—she’s spent nearly two decades mastering skincare, massage, and aromatherapy. Since she’s just one person, however, she’s staffed her intimate spa with other massage therapists and skincare specialists who are equally committed to botanically based treatments. Here’s what to expect when you visit: There’s no receptionist. To insulate the two-room studio from the outside world, staff eliminate ringing phones and walk-ins. Book online or by voicemail. Herbs abound. Massages and facials begin with the therapist whipping up a custom blend of aromatherapeutic herbal and flower essences to suit your mood. Botanical ingredients even go into waxes, which are followed by soothing herbal salves. You don’t have to choose between massage styles. Every therapist can blend techniques from different modalities, such as Swedish, deep tissue, and shiatsu. You may start to snooze. Massage tables are heated under their fluffy covers, and complimentary tea enhances the calming effect. A cleansing hot-towel treatment at the end of the appointment should wake you up, though. New faces don’t indicate staff turnover. Soothe Spa’s visiting therapist program imports sought-after massage therapists passing through town—so if you care to make conversation, you might learn about a new place.
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    1883 Hayes St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Embody Zen
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    1883 Hayes St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Vierra and Friends
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    85 Carl St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mad Kat
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    915 Cole St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Hall of Faces Skin Care
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    159 Clayton St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Glow Hand and Foot Spa
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    1780 Fulton St
    San Francisco, CA US
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