RVOC January 2013 : Page 75

sPeCiale delivery Don’t you just love it when science and nature come together in the name of beauty? That’s what makes Irvine-based noevir ’s Speciale Cream (noevir.com) so magnificent. The experts who created this anti-aging potion (priced at $900 for 1.8 ounces) applied nanotechnology to its regenerative ingredients, including pure vitamin A, B2, C, E and H. That allows these nutrients to be delivered to the skin via a light, sumptuous formula at a molecular level. The result? What every girl wants: a brilliant, youthful complexion. Best FaCe Forward the Hyatt regency surf city’s Pacific Waters spa (huntingtonbeach.hyatt. com) has always been a fave place to rejuvenate. and with spa director david costa’s arrival comes new treatments that will debut this year, including offerings for men and teens. costa’s top pick on the menu now: the Hydrafacial. “i’ve seen clients walk in with rosacea and leave with clear skin,” he says. now those are healing waters. PerFeCt harmony Mother-daughter duo Kelly Gamble and Lyndsey Chambers are doing something right at their harmony wellness Center (harmonywellness. org). After all, the Costa Mesa shop has been in business for 20 years (Chambers has been working at the shop since she was 9) and has amassed a loyal following along the way—many of its clients have been with the facility since its inception. But that stands to reason; the peaceful, tranquil center seeks to reinvigorate your body and mind, and offers just about everything when it comes to wellness—think therapeutic massages, physical therapy, personal training, body toning, yoga, Pilates, microdermabrasion, eyelash extensions. With all that, why go anywhere else? nailed it! This year, it’s all about water-based, organic mani-pedis, thanks to lollipop (lollipopnailstudio.com) at The OC Mart Mix. Former designer Jackie Dalton loved getting her nails done with her daughter, but didn’t want her exposed to all of those chemicals. So, Lollipop was born. The salon uses nourishing, water-based polishes— in a slew of hues—and housemade, organic lotions and scrubs. The only things you’ll smell are the essential elements used in its mani-pedis: almond, rose, camellia and geranium. Lollipop also uses signature products to match treatments for customers. Finally, a salon safe enough for you and your little ones! january 2013 | | 75

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