Healthy & Beauty in South Boston


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  • SEE Eyewear
    See Eyewear is a basement-level store located at a chic Boston address on Newbury Street. The stylishly clean eyewear boutique‰Û÷s walls are covered with quality spectacles of every color, style, design and shape. The carefully curated selection of unique and eclectic options includes everything from classic designs to wild, brightly colored frames. ‰ÛÏHip without the rip‰Û� is the term coined to describe the shopping experience in this store, as their prices are competitive. Founder Richard Golden calls his products ‰ÛÏfashionomically correct‰Û� while also appealing to ‰ÛÏaccessory snobs.‰Û� The employees seem to delight in finding just the right look for you and making shopping for prescription eyewear fun. Be sure to leave yourself plenty of time to browse. They even do eye exams right then and there.
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    115 Newbury St.
    Boston, MA US
  • American Apparel
    L.A.-based hipster brand American Apparel is not for the faint of taste. Depending on the season you can find barely there gold bathing suits or a skirt that looks like it was made out of a space-age fabric. The selection of gloves, scarves and T-shirts in a groovy array of colors are the first thing that greets shoppers at this trendy Newbury Street clothing store. Splashes of color and texture in the form of skirts, sweaters and pants are complemented by accessories such as nail polish, umbrellas and backpacks. Small and extra small sizes are plentiful here, which can be frustrating for folks sized M or L. Don't forget to check out the fun lingerie department in the back of the store. American Apparel is sweatshop free, supports fair trade wages, and everything in the store in made in the USA.
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    138 Newbury St
    Boston, MA US
  • Rugg Road Paper Co.
    Though the Rugg Road Paper Company of today stocks everything from greeting cards to bookbinding supplies, it began with only one product: handmade paper. From 1982 to 1994, the business inhabited a small studio, where its artist owners pedaled their unique paper exclusively to other artists and designers. But when the pair handed the reins to Amy Madanick and Casandra McIntyre in '94, not only did the location change—they moved to a stately brick row house on Charles Street, where the shop thrives to this day—the inventory and clientele did, as well. Of course, Rugg Road still caters to its artist clientele by stocking roughly 600 handmade papers from around the globe, but the shop also welcomes the general public to peruse its other paper products. From wedding invitations and photo albums to birthday cards and stationery, Amy and Casandra help customers sift through an impressive assortment, especially given the fact that the store only measures to 800 square feet, since that was the largest pad of paper the owners could find to use as a rug. Some of its finds include cards by Blonde, a design duo that goes heavy on soft pastels and flowers for birth announcements and wedding invites. Crane & Co., on the other hand, uses engraving, embossing, or letterpress printing to craft stationery formal enough for a sworn affidavit declaring innocence in the matter of the fridge's missing leftovers. The diverse collection of designers and products led _Boston Magazine_to name Rugg Road Paper Company the best place for stationery in 2008, 2009, and 2011.
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    105 Charles St
    Boston, MA US
  • Health Institute Online
    Health Institute Online keeps its web-based library stocked with the latest information in nutrition, wellness, and sports fitness. The site has become a reliable source for those hoping to improve their own health, as well as students in the industry looking to start a career in sports nutrition or fitness. Courses include Neuro-Linguistic Programming, The Key to Nutrition and Wellness, and Famous Myths and Misconceptions About Working Out, which confirms the myth that gyms exist only to create an army of super strong humans to fight off aliens. The company sources its information for these courses from instructors and coaches across the globe. These experts visit Health Institute Online's studio to record lessons, which get transformed into interactive content complete with streaming video, review questions, and exercises.
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    265 Franklin, Suite 7702
    Boston, MA US
  • The Flat of The Hill
    “There’s nothing flat about this fun collection of seasonal items, toiletries, toys, pillows, and whatever else catches the fancy of the shop’s young owner,” raves Fodor’s about Flat of the Hill. Indeed, the eclectic collection at this Beacon Hill boutique features an array of gift items and accessories that almost defies description. Handbags by MZ Wallace, candles from Nest, children’s perfume, and prints from Sugarboo are just a few items you can expect to see on the shelves of this 15-year old neighborhood boutique. And as Fodor’s points out, the owner has a special affinity for pets, meaning there’s likely no shortage of toys for the dog and books on world domination for the cat.
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    60 Charles St
    Boston, MA US
  • My Beauty Secrets USA
    Despite the name of their company, the beauty experts at My Beauty Secrets USA aren't interested in keeping their work under wraps. In fact, they pour years of aesthetic research into every jar of their anti-aging serum. Made from a proprietary combination of retinol, hexapeptide-11, panthenol and green tea extract, the cream restores skin to a youthful past free from dryness, fine lines, and discoloration. Whether applied before bed or as part of a morning makeup routine, a single jar of cream can provide up to six months of therapeutic assistance.
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    60 State Street
    Boston, MA US

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