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Moms who belong to the posh private baby club Citibabes now have another reason to go: Euphoria Spa, a longtime Tribeca favorite, opened a second outpost in September 2008 to offer on-site facials, manicures, pedicures, and hairstyling to the sleep-deprived set. Serenity can be found at the hands of aesthetician Jennifer Buchina or owner Kristen Haines, but beyond the cozy spa is an elevator bank where kids argue over who gets to push the button. Facials and massages are conducted in the sole treatment room, sparsely adorned save a scented candle. Facials use Dermalogica products, and most have an anti-aging focus, like the “ReFirme” skin-tightening series, which uses pulsating light to stimulate collagen production. Haircuts and blowouts are offered at two stations by a stylist from Cutler Salon. But the real stress relief happens in the nail area—incidentally, the room farthest removed from kids. A photograph of coconuts hangs over comfy leather pedicure chairs, and treatments like the pomegranate scrub pamper tired, stroller-pushing feet.Bridal
Opt for the two-hour-long Breathtaking Bride package ($309) for eyelash extensions and a St. Tropez spray tan, or the South Pacific Bridal Ritual package ($199) for a 60-minute massage, a body scrub, and a rubdown.
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