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584 Broadway, Ste. 506, New York, NY, 10012
nr. Houston St.
Serene, Contemporary and Personal
By lilylaughing on 7/25/2010
Wei Lang has created such a beautiful space which exudes a calming but hip vibe. From the minimal aesthetic to the chill music the tone is escape the chaos and relax. The facial i had was so pleasureable - focusing on gentle and specific massage of the entire face along with all the standard procedures but the products were each unique - and the sensations were subtle - warming masks, and micro bead gommage and exquisite scents of all products. I couldn't leave without the scrub and the manuka honey mask for home. Trust this place - they care and deliver genuine customer service.
By heliktorres on 4/26/2010
I have been going to this Spa for over a year and I keep coming back for more. I've had massages and facials and they are the best. From the attention to detail to the expertise. My skin has never looked better. Thanks Wei Lang Spa.
My Kind Of Spa
By BrushnInk on 4/25/2010
Although I am aware of the benefits of skin maintenance, I am not one to frequent spa's and schedule weekly facials. In early April, the day before I had to attend a Major New York Social Event, I awoke to find that my nose was sporing three red and unsightly blemishes. Nice. I panicked and since I had already experienced a fantastic facial at the Wei Lang Spa, I called to see if there was the possibility of scheduling an appointment that day. I explained my situation to Ms. Lang who assured me there was a solution and graciously accommodated my busy schedule to book an late afternoon appointment. This Spa is unique. It has the effect of rejuvenating the spirit as well as the skin, body or face. An hour after arriving and having my facial, I left behind my anxiety and blemishes. And at the event the following evening, no one was the wiser except to comment on how fantastic I looked. I'm Hooked.
Best Facial in NYC!!!!
By rlg0510 on 4/7/2010
Wei Lang Spa is the best place to go in the city for a facial. Hands down, this is the most amazing spa around and no one knows skincare better than Wei. The facials are so gentle and effective, i have seen my skin get younger! Not only are the facials amazing, but so are the massages and mani/pedis! I will never go anywhere else for a facial!
you should go here
By iknowwhatiamtalkingabout on 4/5/2010
The best service and most luxurious facial I have ever had. Ask for the mini eye treatment. It is so great. They use incredible products. Wei Lang is also an incredible makeup artist and does applications for a great price.
By antonellaZ on 4/2/2010
The facial is the best you'll ever have in NYC. I left SO happy and looking amazing. My pores disappeared leaving my skin smooth, even and radiant. I can't wait for my next one. I also always go there for manicures and pedicures I wouldn't go anywhere else.
best facial in nyc
By mimi1 on 3/31/2010
run dont walk to wei lang spa for the best facial ever. my skin is still glowing 5 days after my facial!!! everyone is asking me what i am using on my skin. Believe me, this NEVER happens!! and the mani pedis are to die for....
love this spa!!!
By frances123 on 8/3/2009
The fact that one of THE best makeup artists in NYC has opened a spa for heavenly facials and massages, and yet barely mentions the fact that you can have her work her genius on your face for a mere $100, is a secret worth shouting out! She will make you feel beautiful because you will look naturally and radiantly beautiful. You will understand why the face painting at department store counters is free---and why people pay many times more than this rate to hire her for fashion shoots! She is far too modest! If she bothered to put up a photo of herself on her website, you would see how glowingly beautiful her own skin is! Plus, she is the only spa in the United States that exclusive beauty line Cle de Peau has allowed to do their facials.
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