Pedicure in Honolulu


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  • Na Ho'ola Spa
    In ancient Hawaiian culture, places and things took their names not from their function or surroundings, but from dreams and interpretations of that object. Kupuna an kumu Aunty Malia Crave, a respected Hawaiian poet gave Na Ho'ola Spa the name based on this practice, calling the spot "many healers." To bring her vision to pass, the spa gathered up dozens of therapists and aestheticians whose sole goal is to soothe clients in the 10,000-square foot, two-story facility nestled inside the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa. Massage therapists rub tension from muscles, using products derived from Maui-grown plants. Aestheticians promote healthy skin with Carita treatments, and a line of anti-aging skin care products imported from France. While they relax, visitors enjoy stunning views of Waikiki Beach out floor-to-ceiling windows. Business Basics Signature Service: Spa Treatments Brands Used: Maui Lavender Massage Lotion, and French Spa Line, Carita Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 25?50 Parking: Parking garage Minimum Age Requirement: 18
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    2424 Kalakaua Ave.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Spa at The Modern Honolulu
    At The Modern Honolulu hotel, where accents such as a Herbie Fletcher surfboard installation join ocean-view pools, soothing scents waft in the air. They’re not from the flowers in the surrounding gardens or the waffles being seared by an iron in one of the guest rooms; rather, the scents are a result of the aromatherapy oils used in the hotel spa. Therapeutic-grade Australian eucalyptus and South African lime oils enhance everything from deep-tissue and hot-stone massages to the flowing strokes of Hawaiian lomi lomi massage. The spa’s nail technicians rub scented scrubs and a signature blend of oils over feet and hands during luxury pedicures that may include Swarovski crystals to add a little sparkle or entrance any nearby gold diggers. Aestheticians nourish faces with Éminence Organic Skin Care products made from all-natural ingredients full of antioxidants. Luxurious add-ons, such as foot reflexology treatments and Intraceuticals Infusion oxygen facials, help round out the spa's services.
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    1775 Ala Moana Blvd
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Makiki Inn
    For a tasty treat, head out for a few scoops on an ice cream cone at Makiki Inn. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. You won't need to get a sitter before heading to Makiki Inn — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment. You can call it in, then carry it out. That's right! Makiki Inn will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion. Drivers can find parking right by the ice cream shop, so don't forget your car keys. If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the ice cream shop. A visit to Makiki Inn will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule.
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    1231 Wilder Ave
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Herbal Spa Sauna & Salon
    Steamy saunas and cool pools share space with an in-house salon, massage parlor, and nail studio at Herbal Spa Sauna & Salon, which has separate facilites for men and women. The journey through saunas and baths is ordered strategically for optimal effect, beginning with a hot-tub dip to calm muscles and relax minds. After a sojourn in the steam sauna opens pores and releases tension, the dry sauna heats cores with controlled 210-degree coals to ease muscles and a bath cools down bodies before limber limbs meditate in a jade room. A Himalayan salt sauna uses heat to release the minerals found in salt to benefit respiratory systems, reduce stress, and improve skin health. Over at the salon, aestheticians work out any lingering stresses with body scrubs, massages, and pedicures that outfit toes with bright colors before their next trip into pitch-black shoe caves. Staffers stock locker rooms with complimentary robes, ice water, and shower products to ensure pleasant transitions to and from the tranquil retreat.
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    949 Kawaiahao St.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • ViVi Salon & Spa
    ViVi Salon & Spa aims for luxury. Whether snipping strands, waxing stubble, or gussying up nails, the techs and stylists reach straight past the bottom- and middle-of-the-line products for their topside superiors. Nail techs?all with at least five years of experience?apply eye-catching shades of OPI and China Glaze polish to nails, or massage feet as clients relax atop plush pedicure chairs and their accompanying whirling footbaths. During pedicures, they lavish feet with products such as La Palm, Gabel's Cosmetics, and Gena, exfoliating along the way with an organic pomegranate sugar scrub. Patrons while away the hours as hot-stone massages and facials dissolve tension more effectively than a clown parachuting into the middle of a duel.
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    1111 Dillingham Boulevard
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Ilikai Massage Spa
    Like the Ilikai Hotel and Suites in which it dwells, the Ilikai Massage Spa completely ensconces guests in luxury. Massage therapists center their philosophy on three qualities: physical wellness, beauty, and mental health. Their treatments, which are rooted in massage but also include facials and body wraps, are designed to address all three of these components even if they focus on one in particular. Radiowave cavitation, for instance, is performed to help dissolve fat, while the Hawaiian massage modality of lomi lomi centers on relaxation. The 24 karat gold facial, first discovered by King Midas's aesthetician, gilds the very complexion it's nourishing; the detox wrap aims to dispel toxins through via perspiration.
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    1777 Ala Moana Blvd., Ste. 115
    Honolulu, HI US