Angel Tips has clearly built a fan base since opening its first location in 1996—the business has expanded to more than 60 locations in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Perhaps it's because each licensed staff member formally trains at the Angel Tips training center in Stamford, Connecticut, ensuring that each location employs skilled nailcare and waxing technicians. Their services include pedicures infused with fresh lemon, manicures with hand and shoulder massages, and upgraded manicures with durable, chip-resistant gel polish. They also perform facials and body treatments, such as a signature body scrub, which begins with a sauna session, continues with a dip in a jacuzzi, and finishes with an essential-oil massage.
Featured on television programs such as The View, Extra, and Inside Edition as well as in print media such as Woman’s World, Suddenly Slimmer's inch-scorching wraps melt away excess poundage with all-natural minerals and 60 minutes of peaceful repose. An hour’s worth of consultation, changing, and measuring precedes wrap time, during which clients strike their best Boris Karloff impersonation as specialists wind the body and face in gauze soaked in 77 different minerals and three solutions that target fat in the tummy region.
Rainbow World Nail decks out finger shields with high-quality products by brands such as OPI, Color Club, and Essie. The modern nail salon also offers an array of high-tech equipment such as warm UV lights for fast nail drying, pedicure chairs that self disinfect themselves, and gas-powered nail clippers.
The surgeons at New York Group for Plastic Surgery use their skills in cosmetic and reconstructive medicine to help their patients restore their appearances after illnesses or injuries and look better in bathing suits or driver's-license photos. Common procedures include face-lifts and nose jobs, as well as tummy tucks and breast augmentation. They also supervise an array of noninvasive treatments, such as Ultherapy, beauty injections, and facials, in their medical spa.
In five private rooms, massage therapists help clients release stress during massage sessions. The therapists are experienced in more than eight modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and shiatsu. During reflexology sessions, feet soak in a bath steeped in Chinese herbs before the therapist applies pressure to specific points, each responsible for treating imbalances in bodily organs. Spa-goers also enjoy facials and waxing treatments, keeping their own sets of tweezers to build dollhouses inside bottles.
Westchester magazine named YogaSpa the Best Yoga Center in 2007 and its Bikram class the Best Yoga Class in 2003. Associated Content featured YogaSpa in its article about Bikram yoga in Westchester. Customer testimonials are also available on the studio's website.