Thursday, April 19, 2007
Style File: Sugarbubble
A new spa in town is super cool and super OCD about cleanliness. At this place, whirlpools are out and individual nail kits are in. In tonight's Style File, 7's Belkys Nerey shows us where to get pampering without the problems.
WSVN -- If you're looking for good clean fun, Sugarbubble Day Spa in Miami Shores is the place to be.
Laura Benitez Launer: "We really focus on the cleanliness, keeping everything sterile and keeping everyone safe."
These days you can't trust your precious toes to just anyone.
Sherri Cucchiella: "I got an injured nail and had to have foot surgery from a pedicure, and I feel confident that won't happen here."
At Sugarbubble, you won't see the traditional whirlpools swirling with bacteria.
But, don't worry, they still treat your feet!
All the pedicures are done in tubs with roses, milk and honey or even champagne.
Sherri Cucchiella: "Just the roses in the water, special honey and the natural ingredients that they use here."
Here's where it gets real OCD. None of the utensils for manicures and pedicures are re-used.
Each client gets their own tools. You can leave them there for your next appointment or take them home.
And that no-sharing rule goes for waxing too.
Laura Benitez Launer: "With our waxes, we don't double dip. With the spatulas we use, everything gets disposed of."
You can also get massages or facials, and all the products are organic.
They even buy fresh produce the night before, so your facials look like something out of a supermarket!
Ana Mora: "This is just berries, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and I use it with brown sugar, and I mix my own scrub."
Fresh food equals fresh face. Everything stays natural, so the only thing you pick up is the bill and, of course, some relaxation.
Customer: "Very soft, very nice. I needed this today."
Sugarbubble doesn't charge extra for the cleanliness. Prices are comparable to other day spas.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
165 Northeast 96th Street
Miami Shores, FL