Primping in Palm Beach

by Natasha Wolff | May 8, 2013 11:38 am

EAU Spa by Cornelia at The Ritz-Carlton
100 South Ocean Blvd
[1]This 42,000-square-foot, award-winning spa is as fun and funky as it is relaxing. Basket swings hang over shallow pools of water for guests to lounge and rubber ducks float in the whirlpools. The treatment to try is definitely the Imperial Geisha, which includes a hand drawn bath of exotic florals, oriental teas and precious oils with a warm butter and silk massage.

The Spa at The Breakers
1 South County Road
[2]The most unique treatment at this spa has to be the 90-minute Moonlight Massage, offered only on full-moon nights. Set in the spa’s Oceanfront Sanctuary, furnished with outdoor treatment areas that offer a stunning view, the massage starts at sunset and continues as the moon rises over the ocean.

The Spa at Four Seasons Resort
2800 South Ocean Blvd
[3]Guests at this serene retreat are treated to Babor and Kate Sommerville skin products, as well as signature treatments that include local ingredients like marine oils and sea salts. The spa’s Willow Room also offers indulgences in a private suite just for men, equipped with a barber’s chair and plasma TV.

Frank Cassi Hair & Beauty Salon
125 Worth Avenue
[4]Local socialites and visiting celebrities frequent Frank Cassi Hair & Beauty Salon thanks to the superb reputation of celebrity hair colorists Frank Friscioni and Cassi Frielich and their talented team of stylists, color experts and technicians.

Inside Frederic Fekkai Salon

Inside Frederic Fekkai Salon

Frederic Fekkai Salon
301 Australian Avenue
[5]Fekkai’s chic Sunshine State outpost delivers New York City-quality cuts and color in the comforts of sunny Palm Beach. Make sure to bring home some of the salons own line of products—the olive oil-based Glossing Cream is a dream.

138 North Country Road
[6]Don’t try and look for a name on the door of this southern beauty hotspot; this salon remains exclusive to its loyal clientele that know where to search for it. If you’re looking to treat your mane to a color or cut, the name to drop here is Julio Iguchi, the salon’s very talented stylist.


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