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Patch Picks: Spas

Our weekly guide of things to do and places to go in Commack. This week, we highlight spas in the area.

Patch Picks: Spas Patch Picks: Spas

Is there anything more relaxing and calming than a massage? It's near impossible to not feel better after one. And wouldn't you know it, we have some standout places to get a massage around Commack:


Now into year 11 of their mission to rub-out stress in Long Island, Hands On HealthCare, led by Marla Kaplan-Pelle, use body wraps, aroma steams, facials and more to bring you to a state of Zen. They also offer acupuncture, deep tissue and myofascial release massages, and plenty of other specific treatments.


Dr. Marina I Peredo and the staff at Spatique have spent the past five years making Long Islanders feel and look better. They offer spa and skincare services including skin peels, facials and laser treatments.


Twenty-six locations employing 700 people--clearly Joe Secreti and co. at Cactus Salon are doing something right. Whether it's waxing, a manicure or a new 'do, the stylists at Cactus have you covered.


Men, women and children who visit Nina's Herbal Salon & Spa can look forward to a wide range of services, from a simple haircut to cellulite treatments.


With a name like Milk & Honey, you probably have a good idea how luxurious and comforting the manicures, pedicures and massages are.


Whether it's a warming hot towel or hot stone massage, soothing relaxation massage, or to share a massage with your spouse, Hand & Stone Massage Spa has just what the doctor ordered. They also offer deep tissue massages for athletes and the very tight of body.


The staff at Bocu can do anything to your hair to make it look however you desire. If it's your body you want to adjust, they offer massages, bronzing and cellulite treatments.

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