Best of Atlanta 2014 Look Good, Feel Good
There’s nothing granola about the green offerings at this eco beauty store, which opened in May.
In addition to the usual designer fragrances and the full lines from old-school perfume houses Creed and Acqua di Parma, Neiman’s has long stocked the estimable Tom Ford Private Blend collection. But recently, the luxury retailer has upped its game with newer, edgier entries.
A smear of avocado, a mound of spinach, two slices of cucumber, and a dollop of yogurt: What sounds like a salad is actually one of the many facial treatments at Iwi Fresh, a foodie (literally) spa in Castleberry Hill.
It’s hard to believe nails can command 50 minutes of attention, but the organic milk and honey manicure at the Ritz-Carlton Spa, Buckhead proves otherwise.
Eco beauty products may be healthier than traditional cosmetics, but determining the best way to green your makeup bag is no easy feat. Enter Atlanta-based Bare Bliss Box, which takes the hard work out of it.
Opened earlier this year at Atlantic Station, Dermalogica offers gentle skincare products in its signature modern packaging.
Blowout bars are everywhere these days, but GlowDry stands out for the second year in a row.
Everyday Atlantans love Green for her rare ability to transform clients while making sure they still look like themselves.
Tis the season for excess. Arden’s Garden Two-Day Detox is a fast, cheap, and easy way to get back on track.
Chantel Jiroch’s Rawesome Juicery commands impressive lines at the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta occupies a full floor of a two-story marble-and-mahogany retreat.
Whether or not you buy into the science of reflexology, you will admire the art of the practitioners at Jiao: The Reflexology Experience in Midtown.
From celebrity fans to boutique studios, indoor cycling has boomed in popularity over the past few years. Torq Cycle Atlanta, which opened this fall on the Westside, isn’t afraid of the competition, though.
As you might infer from the name of this luxe Buford Highway spa, Treat Your Feet focuses on reflexology. But what’s really exceptional is the array of massage options: deep tissue, sports, Thai, lymphatic, even pregnancy.