Pittsburgh’s Best Facials

March 2, 2011 6:30 AM

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Celebrity makeup artist Marianne Skiba is an expert on finding the best places to get pampered. Whether you are looking to relieve some stress or you’re looking for a day out with the girls, check out her list of the best places to get a facial in Pittsburgh.

Spa 54

553 Clever Road
McKees Rocks, Pa.15136

Spa 54 offers a variety of skin care services including facials, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Other services include massage and waxing. Facials cost $54 and up.

Visone Holistic Healing Center

9049 Marshall Road
Cranberry Township, Pa. 16066

Visone Holistic Healing Center believes that illness stems from imbalances in the body. Their practitioners practice mental, physical and spiritual healing to allow the body to repair itself. Marianne recommends Kelsey’s chocolate facial.

The Verve 360

142 Sixth Street
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222

The Verve 360 boasts wonderful estheticians and top class service. This wellness center uses the Yon-Ka Paris skin care line for all of its facials. A variety of facials are offered including acne solution treatment, deep pore cleansing and gentlemen’s facials.

Bloom Organic Skincare Parlor

5220 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15201

The Bloom Organic Skincare Parlor uses all natural, cruelty-free skincare products for all of its services. Located in a Victorian parlor, a rustic, calm atmosphere is achieved through furniture made with reclaimed wood. Customers can receive facials, back treatments, waxing, eyelash tinting and extensions, and massages. Facials range from $50 to $110.

Neville Spa

1597 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, Pa. 15107

The Neville Spa is a full service salon and spa dedicated to offering the highest level of service to its clients. Numerous facials are offered, including the Anti-Aging Oxygen Facial and Hot Stone Paraffin Facials. Neville Spa even offers a Gentleman’s Facial. Services run $15 to $130.

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  • Celes Chere

    Spa 54… are you kidding?

    The place is terribly mismanaged. Great employee skill wasted in a poorly run spa.

    Owner is scattered (you will see if you ever go in and she is there), employees have no direction. Went in twice for facial and massage. Nearly all new employees in two month span.

    When I asked my masseuse about it, she was reluctant to talk. I pried, and she indicated the bad management and poor pay. Said turnover was always a problem because of how the business is (or is NOT) run.

    Go to an established spa for better service, and more consistency. Though the staff seemed competent, the overall atmosphere and low morale was depressing.

    Perhaps they will get better with time, but it clearly looks, feels, and performs “amateurish” right now. Sad for the folks that work there.

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