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Tues-Sat, 11-8; Sun, noon-6pm; Mon, closed
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B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette St.; N, R at Prince St.; 6 at Spring St.
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Makeup artist turned facialist Wei Lang opened this skin-care–focused Soho spa in January 2009. Located on the fifth floor of a beauty-centric building, the immaculate orange-and-white space attracts models, editors, and fellow industry insiders who know Lang from her 25-year career as a makeup artist. The spot offers Swedish, deep-tissue, and lymphatic massages using aromatherapy-infused massage balls called "T spheres," as well as a variety of waxing services, makeup application, and mani-pedis (with an impressive selection of Chanel, MAC, and Zoya polishes). But the main draw is facials, conducted within four pristine, all-white rooms. Treatments range from the thorough signature facial (which includes steaming, extractions, and skin-specific masks) to the SCO Custom Facial, which infuses the skin with various wrinkle-fighting, glow-boosting vitamins and extracts stored within an illuminated row of test tubes. Though the menu isn’t packed with fruity frills, add-ons are plentiful, like the rice-bran depuffing eye treatment or the rehydrating vitamin C mask.
Best of New York: Health & Self
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