Check Out NuFace and Bandier’s First Ever Pop Up Spa

NuFace and Bandier have teamed up to launch a unique pop up spa this Spring. // Photo Credit: NanoStockk/iStock/Getty Images Plus

Back in March, NuFace and Bandier teamed up to create a pop up spa in the heart of New York City. This limited-time pop-up shop gives people the opportunity to stop by and have a relaxing spa experience at Bandier's Beauty Bar, located within the athleisure wear store.

Unlike a traditional spa, this event is only running until May 16 at the Bandier Store located on 670 Broadway at Bond St. It will be open seven days a week for eight hours a day. The companies also partnered with skincare expert Barbara Sturm, Ph.D., who will be taking over the Bandier Beauty Bar.

“A collaboration between Nuface and Bandier was a seamless fit,” says Tera Peterson, cofounder and CEO of NuFace. “Our microcurrent technology works to lift, tone, and contour your facial muscles. It’s literally ‘fitness for your face.’ With Bandier’s vision to reinvent the way women shop for active wear, the synergies are endless.”

Resident estheticians will be there to provide a variety of treatments, such as the TLC Facial ($90, 50 minutes) which lifts and contours leaving the skin glowing and sculpted. Customers strapped for time can opt to get the Quick Lift Facial ($40, 15 minutes).

Clients can also enjoy $40 applied to their NuFace product purchase at the Bandier store with each facial booked. NuFace’s “Fitness for your Face” products include the Trinity Facial Toning Device, NuBody Skin Toning Device, and the Fix Line Smoothing Device.

Appointments can be made by booking on the NuFace website.


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