Clean Beauty Bar to host grand opening celebration on Nov. 3

Clean Beauty Bar, the new salon and spa in Winter Park, will host a grand opening celebration on Thursday, Nov. 3.

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.
A great example of what’s kept their word of mouth so strong is their Essential Oil Bar. Head over to this bar, grab a glass bottle … and use it to fill up on your choice of essential oils — Sweet Orange, Peppermint, Lemongrass, and so many more. Clean Beauty Bar offers the purest and cleanest therapeutic grade oils, and their Essential Oil Bar enables you to customize your own recipes.
Kelly Newton, the founder and CEO of Clean Beauty Bar, said their grand opening will be a fun event — and a great opportunity to learn about the health benefits of organic treatments.
The fun starts at 5 p.m., with a ribbon cutting ceremony with Winter Park’s vice mayor, Sarah Sprinkel. Expect some exciting surprises during the night.
“There will be an unbelievable special unveiled, a really amazing offer,” Newton says, including the opportunity to learn more about Clean Beauty Bar’s groundbreaking signatures services and their enhanced specialty treatments.
Clean Beauty Bar also plans to announce the full details of its new, one of a kind holiday menu, Tingle All The Way, a series of head to toe, scalp, massage and foot therapy packages, such as the Buttered Rum and Hot Cocoa Body Polish and Light Massage.
The full holiday menu gets unwrapped on Thursday, so stay tuned.
The fun will also include DJ Chino of 101.9 Amp Radio, who has become one of Orlando’s most renowned DJs and club producers and will be on hand providing the music, and there will be other surprises in the day spa’s courtyard.
In addition, “We will be doing day spa giveaways and have door prizes,” Newton says.
In the coming days, a select group of area residents will receive an “invitation soap bar” in the mail, inviting them to the grand opening and offering a taste of what Clean Beauty Bar is all about: their package will include a sample of their soap bar inside it. Keep checking your mail.
“Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to get the invite,” Newton says. “This is definitely the party to go to.”
Clean Beauty Bar is at 170 E. Morse Boulevard.

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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