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Which Manicure Pedicure is Best?

Which Manicure Pedicure is Best?, Montreal Manicure

Which Manicure Pedicure is Best?, Montreal Manicure

Manicures and pedicures aren’t exclusively reserved for women – men can get manicures and pedicures too! Regular mani-pedis have actually been proven to improve skin conditions!

Massage helps increase circulation, exfoliate dead skin and moisturize hands and feet – plus it’s a relaxing way to unwind! So which salon do you select?

Haven Spa

Haven Spa is a peaceful day spa on Mercer Street where guests are welcomed with tranquil pampering and top-tier service. Comfortable couches allow visitors to indulge in relaxing beauty treatments at their own leisure while the staff provides attentive care that makes this the ideal spot to get a manicure or pedicure. Gift cards are available for purchase which can be applied towards services or products at Haven Spa.


As children, Nadine Abramcyk and Jaclyn Ferber’s mother would often remind them, before turning out the lights: “Always together, never apart.” Today their company Tenoverten represents this mantra – changing beauty industry by making natural, non-toxic nail care fashionable.

This eco-conscious beauty brand has done away with harmful ingredients and wasteful packaging while offering effective nail polish formula. Additionally, they provide salon tools as well as hand and foot focused skincare to complete their full mani/pedi experience.

Tenoverten products are 8-free (free from major toxins such as formaldehyde) and vegan. Their packaging uses recyclable materials, while New York customers can bring used polish bottles back to Tenoverten salons for recycling and responsible disposal. Tenoverten also provides at-home kits of their best-selling nail polishes in 0.45 fl oz bottles that retail online or at Target for $12 each – great value!

The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton

NoMad, one of New York City’s iconic neighborhoods, is home to The Ritz-Carlton Spa at The Ritz-Carlton offering elevated and unique Spa Wellness Journeys as well as Augustinus Bader custom facials and treatments with ESPA products. Designed as a subterranean wellness sanctuary, this 6,800-square foot wellness sanctuary allows guests to escape from city noise and find inner peace.

The spa draws inspiration from its local environment to offer treatments and services, such as the Cello Concerto treatment which features massage set to soothing live classical music performed by an on-site professional musician in its suite.

La Mer products can also be found throughout the hotel spa’s treatments and spa services, including the Miracle Broth Facial which features La Mer’s legendary sea kelp-based serum along with 13 rejuvenating ingredients to reenergise, nourish, and deeply hydrate skin. Indulge in an Imperial Rose Ritual inspired by Vienna’s rose gardens and Empress Sisi herself and let fragrant rose geranium and sweet orange oils relax both mind and body.

The Spa at Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel Spa provides an oasis of serenity away from the noise of the strip, nestled down an idyllic hall off their lobby. Not only are their 16 soundproofed treatment rooms (including one specifically dedicated for couples massage sessions) and nail suite impressive, there’s also sauna, hot dry steam, eucalyptus steam room and outdoor terrace facilities to experience relaxation at its best!

This year, the spa is offering summer facial and body treatments designed to get bathing suit-ready for summertime fun. Toning and sculpting treatments such as Garden Zen Body Renewal or Marine Algae detox treatments may also prove helpful for body contouring purposes.

The spa has also launched The Collective, an innovative new wellness program featuring leading practitioners like acupuncturist and herbalist Deganit Nuur, clairvoyant Rashia Bell, and travel wellness expert Snow Shimazu in individual appointments. This initiative expands upon its existing Resident Healers programme which features world-traveling experts for various practices and therapies.

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