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  • Pure Elegance
    Imagine someone approaches with a smoothie made of organic peaches, blueberries, or mangoes, but instead of offering you a taste they gently spread its contents across your forehead and massage the sweet aromas into your skin. This surreal daydream happens daily at Pure Elegance Spa, where aestheticians devoted to organic skincare nourish complexions with their six signature fruit-smoothie facials and other treatments designed to nurse skin to optimal health. Oxygen therapy revives dull skin in tandem with parsley and cucumber, and microdermabrasion promotes cellular turnover deep within the dermis using an exfoliant of pears and poppy seeds. Beyond edible ingredients, many services also blend in products by Éminence Organic Skin Care—a Hungarian line that heals signs of aging and ushers toxins from the face and body without relying on chemicals or additives. Those who prefer to save their appetite for later can skip the chocolate and margarita manicures in favor of airbrush makeup or waxing services that clear away fuzz on the face and body. Ocular enhancements include Xtreme Lashes eyelash extensions that add natural-looking drama, as well as an eye rescue treatment that aims to save peepers from puffiness, crow's feet, and madcap pokes from nearby Stooges.
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    7800 Clayton Road
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Cielo Restaurant & Bar
    It takes a lot to divert eyes from Cielo Restaurant & Bar's majestic eighth-floor views of the city skyline, but Turin-born executive chef Gian Nicola Colucci, most recently of Venice, and his team manage it by filling tables with his first-generation Italian cuisine. The chefs embrace seasonal flavors whenever possible, buying produce from local farmers and purchasing seafood from vendors who follow sustainable fishing practices. These ingredients join grass-fed veal, handmade pastas, and imported olives on the menu's spread of pan-regional Italian classics. To accompany the cuisine, Cielo Restaurant & Bar also features a robust selection of wines?primarily from the vineyards of California, Italy, and Pangaea?as well as a variety of craft beers and specialty cocktails made using spirits infused in-house, such as jalape?o-tinged tequila or duck fat scotch. Wood panels and gleaming metal trim are the two dominant features within the restaurant's main dining area. Simple wooden tables fill the high-ceilinged space's carpeted floor in a way that each seat can be angled toward the wall of windows. During the warmer seasons, the eatery even opens its outdoor patio section, providing diners with even clearer views of downtown St. Louis.
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    999 N 2nd St
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Seasons Spa and Salon
    Seasons Salon and Day Spa's pampering staff indulge clients with a m?lange of services that relax and tone bodies amid candlelight and muted earth tones. From salon treatments that sculpt and maintain chic coiffures to mani-pedis that primp nails and soften skin, a grab bag of beautification prepares clients for nights on the town and days spent standing still in a wax museum. Extravagant spa packages, such as the Little Black Dress, draw from a menu of massages and skin treatments to smooth away cellulite, burn calories, and revivify sagging visages with collagen treatments. Experienced instructors also kick weight loss into high gear with fitness classes?ranging from yoga to Zumba?held within an expansive hardwood studio. Private tanning rooms sport draped ceilings and ambient lighting, gilding bodies in an atmosphere that's more relaxing than a cruise ship filled with down pillows.
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    1 Ronnies Plz.
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • St. Louis Reflexology
    A diagnosis of chronic migranes in 1985 began Elaine Moranville’s search for a way to transcend the limitations of traditional medicine and trigger inner healing with a pill-free approach. Her investigation led her to reflexology, a foot-massage technique that relieves tension and clears blockages throughout the body by stimulating the 7,200 sensory receptors in the nerve endings of the feet. Now a graduate of the Healing Arts Center School of Massage, Elaine maps out the pathways to self-healing with targeted foot treatments, including energy-balancing reiki sessions, and Kansa Vatki, an ancient Indian technique that harnesses ghee’s heat-storing power. Elaine also mends stressed muscles with traditional massages, which incorporate Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone techniques to ease soreness and heat bowls of posttreatment mulligatawny.
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    24 Thorncliff Lane
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Blue Nile Spa
    Toxins flee from the purifying paws of Blue Nile Spa's holistic healers, whose services fuse age-old practices with contemporary equipment to nurture soft, healthy skeleton-sheaths. Pamper your protoplasmic suit in a relaxing japanese bath steeped with mineral-rich seaweed and salts plucked from the Dead Sea. The rich combination of phytonutrients helps purge the pelt of impurities, allowing it to emerge after 20 minutes looking and feeling as smooth as a pair of Barry White's silk pajamas stuffed with chocolate mousse. Next, a gentle dry brushing shatters dead-skin barricades, liberating clogged pores and allowing them to warmly welcome the body wrap's jojoba and essential oils into their epidermal ranks. As clients relax on the treatment table, soothing rays of infrared heat warm the toxin-abating cocoon, stimulating circulation, melting aches and pains, and bestowing limbs with the ability to track weather patterns.
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    330 N Vandeventer Ave
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Massage Envy
    Like a professor knowledgeable on tulip mania, alien black oil, and a myriad of seemingly esoteric subjects, Massage Envy's licensed body therapists ably converse with the gamut of muscle ailments. They'll unravel tense coils of accumulated inner-stress through a perfectly catered treatment for individual clients' needs that may include various styles and techniques. Swedish massages offer gentle rubbing for muscular soothing and improved circulation, while deep tissue focuses specifically on untying the body's Gordian knots and releasing chronic tension. A prenatal massage is ideal for expecting mothers who could use a little relief from carrying another person inside them, and a sports massage provides tension relief and injury prevention for an athlete's body.
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    3880 S Lindbergh Blvd
    Saint Louis, MO US

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