Clean Beauty Bar, the new salon and spa in Winter Park, will host a grand opening celebration on Thursday, Nov. 3.
WINTER PARK — Park Avenue will be the scene of a spectacular grand opening celebration, courtesy of a can’t-miss event that promises to literally be a real “beauty.”
On Thursday, Nov. 3, Clean Beauty Bar, the only organic and natural day spa and boutique on Park Avenue, is inviting the public to join them for an evening of music, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and the unveiling of an exciting holiday menu of organic treatments. Some great specials will be announced at this event.
Clean Beauty Bar had a recent soft opening and has since built up a strong following for their all-natural and organic treatments, which includes their signature menu of massage therapy, skin care, waxing and tinting, and nail care.
Today, people recognize and appreciate the sensational benefits of organic treatment – not just as it applies to how they look, but more importantly to their overall health. That’s exactly what Clean Beauty Bar is all about. Continue reading
Clean Beauty Bar recently had a soft opening near Park Avenue. Seated here in the Pedicure area of the boutique are founder and CEO Kelly Newton (front), front desk manager Chelsea Bissonnette (center) and Jaime Morente, the vice president of spa services.
WINTER PARK — Sometimes a single common, everyday word can go a long way toward projecting what a business is all about. Think of the market with “fresh” in its title, the restaurant that uses “elegant” as part of its name, and so on.
The same is true for a lot of boutiques and spas, Kelly Newton pointed out — which is why so many use specific words in their names as well.
“I think a lot of people are steering over to ‘organic’ and ‘natural,’ ” she said.
Newton, the founder and CEO of a new boutique and spa in downtown Winter Park, went in a different direction. The new salon at 170 E. Morse Boulevard, right off Park Avenue, offers an essential oil bar, massage therapy, skin care, waxing and tinting, and nail treatments, among many other services. The name: Clean Beauty Bar.
“I steered to the word ‘clean,’ ” she said. “It’s a great name. It’s a great buzzword.”
The sweltering summer heat is putting pressure on electric usage in Orlando and Kissimmee.
ORLANDO – The temperatures are not the only thing that have been rising in the past week, as those numbers hit the mid-to-upper 90s, and even clocked in at 100 degrees on Friday.
The soaring heat index also means more people cranking up their air conditioners — and electric usage is soaring as well. Utility providers in both Orlando and Kissimmee
reported record usage by Friday afternoon.
The Orlando Utilities Commission
recorded sky-high demand, noted spokesman Tim Trudell.
“With another day of very hot temperatures, OUC electric demand is forecasted to reach near record levels,” Trudell noted by email on Friday.
It was the first time in 10 months that electric usage has been this high, he said. Continue reading