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New Waterfront Day Spa Offers More Bliss for Less Buck

August 12, 2008

Jacquelyn’s Waterfront Day Spa (www.jacspa.com), offering indulgent services and four-star service to Boston’s North End for over seven years, has a new home at 107 Atlantic Ave., the Mercantile Wharf Building. Spa Owner and 13-year industry veteran, Jacquelyn Ezzell’s philosophy is to provide a relaxing retreat where clients can find reasonably priced natural therapies for the skin and body, as well as an escape for the mind.

The Spa offers a free skin care consultation called Fresh Faces where clients bring in their current beauty products and receive a 30-minute consultation with a knowledgeable esthetician.

“We evaluate everything that touches your face with you from face wash to make-up, toners to lotions, and discuss the good, bad and the ugly of each product. Our clients are often surprised to find out small adjustments to their routine and/or products can help them achieve clear, glowing skin,” says Ezzell. “Beautiful skin doesn’t have to cost a fortune in fact, many drug store products work remarkably well.”

Additional spa services include:

 --  Glycolic Facial Treatments --  Spa Manicure & Pedicure --  Body Waxing for Men and Women --  Reiki & Massage --  Spray Tanning --  Eyelash Extensions --  Make-Up --  And more      

To obtain more information and to see a complete list of services visit www.jacspa.com.

About Jacquelyn Ezzell, Owner

Jacquelyn Ezzell has been practicing skin and nail care for over 13 years. After years of struggling with difficult skin, Jacquelyn decided to learn about the science behind acne in hopes of helping others who were experiencing her same frustration. She attended the Institute of Skin Care Science in New Hampshire where she received her esthetician’s license. Through her many years of experience and research she has become a knowledgeable and trusted resource to her clients.

About Ivona Tassin, Esthetician and Make-Up Artist

Ivona Tassin received her RN from the Charles University School of Nursing in 1994 and previously worked as a nurse in the Czech Republic and Germany. She moved to the U.S. in 1997 and began studying skin care receiving her esthetician’s license from Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics. Ivona’s medical background in conjunction with her training provides a more comprehensive understanding of the science behind skin care.

 Contact: Rachel Poor (617) 875-0553 info@jacspa.com

SOURCE: Jacquelyn’s Waterfront Day Spa




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