Pedicure in Toronto


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  • Second Skin Medspa
    Second Skin Medspa, helmed by licensed medical aesthetician Rose Cruz, pampers and retouches skin while adhering to stringent safety and sanitation standards. Cruz draws on more than 14 years of experience of practicing medical aesthetics in Vancouver and Toronto to perform chemical peels, banish acne, and care for diabetic feet, a specialty she learned at the North American School of Podology. IPL laser hair removal leaves skin smooth, and fractional skin resurfacing and photofacials help to fade fine lines and restore a youthful appearance without requiring one to eat play-doh. The spa also treats nails with relaxing manicures and pedicures that promote foot health and include a soak in a sanitary pipeless tub. In the waiting room, a grid of circular mirrors reflects teal and white decor as clients sink into a wide couch with pillows. During pedicures, guests can rest on a plush white couch, stretch an arm over an ebony side table, and inhale gentle aromas from a diffuser in the corner.
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    10 Eglinton Ave East
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Concepts Salon & Spa
    At Concepts Salon & Spa, clients beautify on their own terms, choosing treatments from a menu of salon and spa services or building their own spa package. Styling services remove dead ends or inundate strands with moisturizing treatments from Aveda, Kérastase, or Goldwell. And aesthetic services such as waxing, facials, and eyelash extensions grace exteriors with the subtle accents. Concepts Salon & Spa's aesthetic sessions typically span roughly an hour, during which the aestheticians wield professional products designed to leave skin feeling more refreshed than a hibernating bear that just woke up under a coconut tree.
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    60 Bloor St. W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Sitamaa Day Spa
    Named for the Hindu goddess Sita, Sitamaa Day Spa offers state-of-the-art medical and aesthetic treatments in a peaceful, nurturing environment. During the non-invasive, 25-minute pigmentation removal procedure, a SharpLight laser breaks down discoloured tissue into tiny particles that are shed within one to two weeks with natural exfoliation and persistent nagging. Since the procedure has little to no downtime, clients can leave immediately afterwards to stroll through the nearby galleries and boutiques of stylish Bloor-Yorkville. Treatments can focus on up to four areas at one appointment, and clients will usually see results after three to six sessions. Sitamaa Day Spa's d?cor, like its services, fuse ancient wisdom with modern style?clients check in at a sleek, modern reception area accented by an ornately carved antique gate, next to a row of steam-powered ray guns and a holographic cotton gin.
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    55 Bloor St W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Cafe Mania
    Caf? Mania?s European-inspired confines are filled with the flavourful aromas of sweet and savoury crepes and waffles populating tempting breakfast, lunch and dinner, and sweet crepes and waffles menus. Customers can wet their whistle or uncomfortably parched kazoo with a cappuccino ($4.35) from the espresso and tea list and then pick one dainty crepe from 32 choices, such as the caramel apple ($7.09) or salmon with two eggs, ricotta, and spinach ($8.99). A tidy selection of waffles, including the Milano ($8.69) crested with Italian mascarpone cheese, walnuts, and bananas offers geometric eats, and a greek salad ($6.99) offers an ideal light lunching opportunity. To compliment the sweet and savoury flavourcade, patrons can sip a cosmo ($8) or a wine from the cocktail menu paired with a plate of organic Quebec cheddar aged 10 years ($8), the legal drinking age of cheese in Quebec.
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    605 Yonge Street
    Toronto, ON CA
  • John Allan’s - Toronto
    Since winning a European apprenticeship with iconic international hair designer Jean Louis David back in the 1970s, John Allan has gone on to establish his own reputation as the head of one of North America's most esteemed male grooming brands. He launched his first club in New York in 1988, and now has multiple outposts in four major cities (San Francisco, Beverly Hills, and Toronto being the others). Each club has a unique vibe: Midtown has billiards and a full bar, for instance, and San Francisco's is inside a John Varvatos store. But they still observe many of the same events, such as "Whisky Week" or "Monday." The reason the company's locations are called "clubs" is that men can purchase annual memberships, which get them unlimited appointments for the signature treatment known as the Full Service. This treatment includes a scalp-massaging shampoo and condition, haircut, manicure, and shoeshine. Fans of the services can take home a wide array of John Allan grooming products, a collection of hair, skin, and shaving items that?like the clubs themselves?have been featured in national and international press outlets.
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    The Bay - 2nd floor
    Toronto, ON CA
  • North York Medical Research and Education Centre
    North York Medical Research and Education Centre was instituted in 2003 specifically to develop technologically advanced treatments for nail-fungus infections. The interior's radiant white walls that extend back into sunny private treatment rooms create a streamlined atmosphere that mirrors the staff's adherence to sanitary practices. The clinic's medical practitioners boast formal training in podology, foot reflexology, and other toe-coddling disciplines focused on the ousting of foot ailments. Visiting feet find relief from common ailments such as athlete's foot and ingrown toenails as well as diabetes-related foot conditions. The North York team makes use of medicines from the over-the-counter Fungusin product line and offers foot-based beauty and wellness solutions such as medical pedicures and ionic footbaths.
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    4646 Dufferin St.
    Toronto, ON CA