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Tribeca Beauty Spa Where a Facial is Like The Fountain of Youth

Tribeca Beauty Spa Where a Facial is Like The Fountain of Youth

New York City is a hard place to keep anything clean, let alone your skin. We spend a vast amount of money on beauty products and according to Money Magazine the entire beauty industry is worth an astounding $382 billion globally. A great facial can be a life-changing event. If you find the right technician, it can be like the fountain of youth and the best part is it last about a month.

Tribeca Beauty Spa

Downtown at Tribeca Beauty Spa, owner and acclaimed aesthetician Nadia Dekhkanova, makes skincare the focus with an extensive list of facials that combine nature-based products (Sonya Dakar, Dr. Alkaitis). Spending ten years at Aqua Beauty Bar, Nadia crafted her skills, connected with clientele and learned which beauty techniques and products worked best for healthy glowing skin. Now, Nadia is renowned for her facials and waxing that incorporates traditions of her European decent combining state-of-the-art insight with technological advances in the industry. Her high-tech equipment includes a Supersonic exfoliation, which helps improve texture and prevent signs of aging. “Nadia’s Signature Facial” includes a 90-minute firming and tightening treatment that features twenty minutes of facial massage—using European, pressure point, and lymphatic drainage techniques—as well as Japanese mushroom peels and organic collagen masks. Utilizing these high performance machines like microdermabrasion, micro-current, ultrasonic adjustors, oxygen and light therapy, Nadia produces amazing results. Nadia’s Needle Free Facial is one of downtown’s greatest beauty secrets. 90 minutes of customized servicemen the fountain of youth, for you.

Tribeca Beauty Spa

Nadia’s signature facial is heaven. She took my face that was stressed, haggard and just not glowing and made me look youthful. Nadia’s hands are transformative as she relaxes and tends to your skin. She walks you through, how your skin is behaving and what you need to fix the problem. At one point she was so relaxing, I could feel myself leave my body and transcend to a place of bliss. Every step of the way I could feel my skin coming alive again and by the end of the treatment, I felt as if I had had a month long vacation. I took before and after pictures, but I am horrible at selfies. Nadia’s rejuvenating transformation needs to be seen in person. I started getting compliments right away and that is the biggest test of all.

Located in the heart of  TriBeCa at 8 Harrison St, you find yourself on a quaint, historic block that is easily accessible by public transportation. The 4,000-square-foot facility features seven private treatment rooms including couples massage and a downstairs relaxation lounge with a cedar sauna. Tribeca Beauty Spa offers a full array of services including skincare, massage, body treatments, waxing, and nail treatments. Other favorites include a quick, relatively painless waxing technique for Brazilians and basic bikinis, and body treatments using Nadia’s homemade scrubs (warm mineral salt, soft brown sugar, or a soothing blend of milk, honey, and almond). For feet, standouts include the Soft Calluses Pedicure, which uses a painless citrus acid peel and special mask to remove calluses and soften skin. Tribeca Beauty Spa also offers therapeutic massages from Swedish to Hot Towel and Deep Tissue.

If you don’t believe me, for spa week Nadia and Tribeca Beauty Spa are offering three fabulous deals. A 50 Min Tribeca Signature Facial, a 45 Min Swedish Massage and a Brazilian and Tribeca Pedicure, each for $50.00. Call (212) 343-2376 to make an appointment. You will be so glad you did.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

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