We believe in putting yourself first.
You know the instruction — put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others? As a full-service spa, we live that line. We believe in order to be a good friend, a supportive partner, a loving parent, a strong competitor, and a great coworker, you’ve got to put yourself first. Especially if you’re all these things at once.
We live in a guilt-free zone.
To us, there’s nothing selfish about self-care. It’s not a guilty pleasure. Or indulgent. Self-care is preservation. It's acknowledging that when you’re taking care of everyone else, it’s ok to let someone take care of you. That’s where we come in.
The experience is everything.
When you walk into Mynd, you’re not just checking in for an appointment. You’re reconnecting with you. Our spa amenities and relaxation rooms offer a space to unwind and our services feature unique touchpoints (Signature Elements) for a full-body recharge. Facials include an aromatherapy inhalation using a blend of lavender, eucalyptus, and tea tree essential oils and body treatments include a foot refresher — feet are massaged then wrapped in warm, plush towels. Add in our soothing ice globes, clove-infused neck pillows, and olive oil elixirs and we’re pretty sure you’ll stay awhile.
Our products are responsibly sourced.
All our products are ingredient-conscious so only the good stuff goes on your skin. We source our CBD from ColorUp Therapeutics in Colorado, botanicals from Villa Floriania in Italy, and marine-based formulas from Phytomer — a family owned business off the coast of France. For more active ingredients, we carry skincare from Babor and Dr. Dennis Gross. We’re able to treat every skin type and concern.
Our people set us apart.
We’re in the spa and beauty business which means we’re touching your face, cutting your hair, and rubbing your back. It means we uphold a promise to employ the best people, technicians you trust. Our team is fully vetted but it’s not just their credentials we examine, it’s their character. We believe it’s one thing to get a facial from a technician. It’s another from a caregiver.