Clean Beauty Bar praised as a great addition to Park Avenue

The staff at Clean Beauty Bar, including founder and CEO Kelly Newton (third from the left), join with Winter Park's vice mayor, Sarah Sprinkel (fourth) for the grand opening celebration of Clean Beauty Bar, Park Avenue's only all-natural and organic day spa.

The staff at Clean Beauty Bar, including founder and CEO Kelly Newton (third from the left), join with Winter Park’s vice mayor, Sarah Sprinkel (fourth) for the grand opening celebration of Clean Beauty Bar, Park Avenue’s only all-natural and organic day spa.


WINTER PARK — Clean Beauty Bar celebrated its grand opening last week, and has already been hailed by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce as a great new addition to the very popular Park Avenue, and by city leaders as a terrific new business.
Clean Beauty Bar, the only organic and natural day spa and boutique on Park Avenue, attracted a very strong turnout during their grand opening celebration on Thursday, Nov. 3. The event was an opportunity for the public to learn more about the day spa and their all-natural and organic treatments, which includes their signature menu of massage therapy, skin care, waxing and tinting, and nail care.
It wasn’t long before the entire day spa at 170 E. Morse Boulevard was jam-packed with guests enjoying an evening of music, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and the unveiling of an exciting holiday menu of organic treatments, Tingle All The Way.
“This is our grand opening today,” the day spa’s founder and CEO, Kelly Newton, said as she welcomed in the guests. It also wasn’t long before business and city leaders were providing a strong endorsement of Clean Beauty Bar.
Debra Hendrickson, the vice president of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, said Clean Beauty Bar adds an exciting new element to Park Avenue, and will provide a boost to the shopping corridor along Morse Boulevard.
“It’s fabulous,” Hendrickson said of the new day spa, which had a recent soft opening and has since built up a strong following for organic treatments like their Essential Oil Bar.
Hendrickson said Clean Beauty Bar will definitely help the Chamber attract more appealing businesses to Morse Boulevard, and will boost the city’s economic base in the long term.
“First of all, it’s a great location,” Hendrickson said. “A lot of great stores have come down here. This spa will be a good draw for more people.”
Clean Beauty Bar also drew strong praise from Sarah Sprinkel, Winter Park’s vice mayor, who attended the grand opening ceremony and took part in a ribbon cutting with Newton and her staff.
Sprinkel said she not only loves the new day spa and the boost it will give the city’s downtown, but added that she would definitely become one of their customers.
“I can definitely say ‘Thank you for being here,’ “ Sprinkel said to Newton and the Clean Beauty Bar staff. “I’m thrilled to have this business here, and I will use this business. It’s so beautiful in there. I love it.”
For Newton, it was a great way to cap off a very successful grand opening.
“I’m extremely proud to bring Clean Beauty Bar right off Park Avenue as a premier destination,” Newton said. “Winter Park had a real need for a truly organic and all natural ultra-luxury spa and now we have one.
“The support of the city and the response from clients has been so overwhelming … we couldn’t be happier,” added Newton.

Clean Beauty Bar:
Clean Beauty Bar offers a host of specialized treatments, including an all-natural skin care bar with products like Pumpkin Enzyme Peel and body scrubs. Private rooms are available, including the Peppermint Room, which employs the peppermint essential oils and is available for facials, massages, waxing and tinting; and the Citrus Room, offering express services like waxing.
There’s a pedicure area with comfortable chairs to relax in, and a Zen Room where customers can sit down and relax.
To learn more about Clean Beauty Bar, and the grand opening celebration, call 407-960-3783.

Michael Freeman is an Orlando journalist, playwright and author of the book “Bloody Rabbit”. Contact him at Freelineorlando@gmail.com..

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About Michael W Freeman

Michael W. Freeman is a veteran journalist, playwright and author. Born and raised in Fall River, Massachusetts, he has lived in Orlando since 2002. Michael has worked for some of Florida's largest newspapers, including The Orlando Sentinel. His original plays have draw strong audiences at the Orlando Fringe Festival. He is the author of the novels "Bloody Rabbit" and "Koby's New Home."
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