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A Little Bit of Paradise: Skin Rejuvenation Center & Spa

Patch Passport shows you a Little Bit of Paradise. This is a local place where you can feel like you are a million miles away from the daily stress of life, without having to go far from home. Come along and relax...

At the , director and founder Saundra Grillo wants her guests to feel beautiful, while also educated about their skin and the way it works. 

Starting Skin Rejuvenation Center 25 years ago, Grillo moved the business into it's location at 105 Water St. approximately four years ago. "My first clients were actually my students," she said. 

Peels, live frozen stem cells, ultrasound technology, and power washes on pores, are just some of the tools the center uses to work on skin. 

The Skin Rejuvenation Center & Spa was the first establishment on the East Coast to introduce microdermabrasion to its repertoire in the 1990's, right after it was approved by the FDA. 

Guests can enjoy services including permanent make up, chemical peels, spray tanning, as well as the Ultimate Pampering Service. This service begins with a body exfoliation, followed by the healing detox mud. Next, warmed blankets evelope your body as you enjoy a soothing scalp and foot massage. Accupressure and warm, drizzled essential oils finishing the service. 

The Spa now also offers manicure and pedicure services with an experienced nail technician. 

"I want [customers] to feel comfortable. I want them to feel like they're in a place to make their skin be healthier, and to make them feel beautiful and well taken care of," Grillo said. 

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Catherine August 01, 2011 at 03:07 AM
I have known Saundra Grillo for many years. She is highly professional and her expertise is unsurpassed. Saundra is committed to providing her clients with not only the most exquisite services available, but she also imparts upon you a sense of deep tranquility, leading you to complete Rejuvenation! Catherine Marie Tonelli, RN

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