Find out the best of facial studios where New York girls go to for their facial treatments
The Big Apple, aka, New York City is known for an array of things, the Statue of Liberty, the Times Square, the Central Park, and for being one of the busiest cities in the world, but the city doesn’t hold back when it comes to beauty and has the best of facial experts and world-class beauty studios. With plush interiors, these places boast of the latest skincare techniques from around the world and will leave no chance to surprise you with their vast categories of skincare solutions.
Read along, to find out more about our favourite spas and plan a day to pamper yourself.
Joanna Vargas – ‘the queen of Naturopathic facial’ is one of the most reputed facial aestheticians and with clientele like Jessica Alba, Naomi Watts, and Mandy Moore (to name a few), says it all. The spa is just what she believes in, with facials from all-natural ingredients to microcurrent techniques, and the private rooms featuring artwork from her collection where the overall ambience adds to the soothing touch for an even better rejuvenating experience.
IFM recommends: Her trademark treatment, the one-hour Triple Crown Facial with Vargas herself or the expert aestheticians at the spa. The three-step microcurrent process has been tried and tested by several beauty enthusiasts and is acclaimed to amplify the elasticity of your face, enhancing its form and reducing bagginess.
With remarkable architecture by the firm Bien and Prince, like The Carlyle, the interiors of the place exude glamour and charm. The service here is what you’ll remember the most. With the first-class hospitality at the spa, you’d probably want to book a room at the hotel.
IFM recommends: The Sisleÿa Facial, this 80-minute-long facial is what your skin longs for. The wholesome experience involving sophisticated multi-step procedures, Phyto-aromatic techniques and the use of the top-notch products from the Parisian brands will clean, hydrate and infuse your skin with the best of nutrition.
The La Prairie Spa, with its cosy interior and top-class hospitality and service, will convince you to keep coming back for more. Situated in New York's Ritz Carlton Hotel, the spa flaunts the queen like treatment you’re definitely going to love.
IFM recommends: The 90-minute Caviar firming facial under the 'Timeless Beauty' treatment is a rejuvenating experience involving relaxing custom massage known to hydrate, lift, firm your skin and make you glow as you walk out of the spa.
This world-class wellness place not only provides facial treatment but is perfect for full-body treatments with health benefits involving skin IVs and cryotherapy.
IFM recommends:The 45-minute Model Glow facial that’ll make you camera-ready with its combination of anti-aging brightening mask and LED lights. The treatment also includes the final touch of cryotherapy on the face and neck resulting in improved texture and a dewy tone, not to forget the overall healthier complexion.
Established in 1969, Rob Peetoom salon in Williamsburg makes sure that your hair suits your individual personality and lifestyle. The spa is popular for using only Biologique Recherche products, so you know you’re not compromising on quality. The environment of the place gives an extremely comfortable vibe and with the expert hairdressers who know what will suit you the best assures a smiling face as one walks out of the salon.
IFM recommends: ‘All together flawless Facial’, the 80 min process is a comprehensive treatment which relaxes and soothes your skin, by efficient cleansing and hydrating products which help in replenishing elasticity and boosting radiance.
Photo credits: Rob Peetoom
Are you in New York or planning on visiting the city anytime soon? If yes, go on and give your skin the love it deserves.
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