The pint-sized counterpart to the adult NeVaeh Day Spa, NeVaeh Kids Spa pampers and prettifies children aged 2–18 with services ranging from nail care to glitter tattoos to makeup lessons. During facial parties, professional skin therapists versed in Dermalogica and Clean Start products administer zone-by-zone skin analyses for up to six little ladies. And during full-blown spa parties, a spa coordinator teaches girls aged 5–14 about healthy habits, self-confidence, and the differences between well-groomed nails and Skittles. Along with its commitment to youthful clientele, NeVaeh Kids Spa remains committed to the environment that surrounds the future adults of the world by following a number of environmentally friendly practices and services. The team uses biodegradable packaging, green cleaning products, and recycles or composts used materials whenever possible.
Citrine Stone Spa takes its name from a mineral that flushes out negative energy. In keeping with its namesake stone, the spa lifts spirits and enhances beauty with a variety of spa treatments for the face, body, and nails. Recently, the spa added laser hair removal and teeth whitening to its list of services.
According to Freida Polihronis, "If you cannot eat it you cannot put it on your skin." Polihronis staked this claim in an interview with Bullet News following her appearance on CBC's program Dragon's Den, where she stepped into the den and pitched her signature body butter and anti-aging skincare line—both of which contain only pure, natural ingredients. In fact, she concocts each of her products with only five or six ingredients such as essential oils, Dead Sea salts, and fruit enzymes.
At Zoē Anti-Aging & Wellness Spa, Polihronis steeps skin in these products during services that benefit the face, body, and nails. Having "plastered mounds of lotion, oils, and Dead Sea Salt body polish" on her daughters and pet porpoise, Polihronis believes her products accommodate even the most sensitive skin. She takes care to evaluate each person's skin prior to treating it, whether embarking on a full-body polish, an anti-aging facial, or a sugaring treatment.
After gently analyzing facial fallacies, Masterpiece MediSpa softly peels back used-up layers of aging scowl to reveal the renewed, smiling surfaces that lie beneath. Over the course of thirty-minutes, an experienced staffer thrusts natural mineral crystals into a powerful whirlwind produced by the S.T. Peel machine in order to stimulate vigorous epidermal tissue development. Circulation rouses from its long slumber, scarfing down bowls of cereal and feeding budding collagen cells. The procedure detonates oil depositories and unclogs pores, rendering one’s kisser fresh and clean. A Swiss apple stem cell treatment or other mask completes the process, beckoning youthful cheeks and glowing grins to emerge victoriously.
When you step inside Serenity Luxury Spa, a tranquil haven lit only with natural light and flickering candles, it's hard to imagine the sweat and strain workers put into constructing the two-storey building more than a century ago, especially because of a recent renovation, which glossed over any signs of the building's age with luxurious amenities such as sleek hardwood floors and fireplace-warmed lounging areas. Soft blankets keep clients cozy in each of the nine private treatment rooms, including one room dedicated to couples massage, and sounds of the ocean purify brain waves by accompanying them through an onsite Brita filter.
Owner and licensed aesthetician Sharisse Sorman emphasizes the importance of product quality and keeps the spa stocked with elite brands including Vivier Skin, gloProfessional, Shellac, and OPI. It was also Sharisse's idea to fill treatment rooms' fireplaces with candles—a calming alternative to crackling pieces of wood or a fistful of fireflies.