The first of its kind oxygen facial bar, facialworks just opened at Westcliff Court in Newport Beach. The concept is simple, they’ve taken the incredibly popular casual luxury bar concept and applied it to skincare. The result is a skincare experience unlike anything else. Guests are greeted with coffee, tea, or a glass of Champagne. As an alternative to the traditional treatment room, guests are seated at a 6-chair bar, and while services are performed guests can sip a glass of Champagne and watch a favorite movie.
The treatment itself is a hydrating "going out" facial that utilizes the power of hyperbaric oxygen machines to infuse a specially designed serum into the skin. The best part is the affordable price - $35 to start and it includes cleansing, exfoliation, masque, oxygen infusion and hydration. There is also a full line of products, from cleansers and masks to the latest growth factor technology.
Open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
facialworks is at 1727 Westcliff Court in Newport Beach. 949.877.1911.
Bruxie Arrives in Costa Mesa
East 17th Street in Costa Mesa will be home to the newest Bruxie, opening at 8 a.m. on Tuesday. This will be the sixth location for the popular eatery focused on savory and sweet gourmet waffle sandwiches. Bruxie uses a Belgian waffle as the bread with savory choices like buttermilk fried chicken, prosciutto and gruyere, and hot pastrami, as well as sweet choices such as seasonal crème brulee, Nutella and banana and s’mores.
There are always daily specials to choose from too, such as the Carolina bbq pulled pork, braised beef short rib and Philly cheesesteak Bruxie.
All Bruxie locations, including Costa Mesa, are open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert and feature indoor and outdoor seating. The menus offer Bruxie’s authentic Belgian waffles, as well as salads, locally produced old-fashioned cane sugar sodas, real Wisconsin frozen custard, shakes, sundaes and floats. Bruxie proudly serves Peet’s Coffee & Tea products, and menu items are $10 or less.
Bruxie Costa Mesa is at 279 E. 17th St. in Costa Mesa. in the space formerly occupied by Greek Town Grill.
Bruxie’s other locations are at Old Towne Orange; Brea Downtown at Birch Street Promenade; Chino Hills at The Shoppes at Chino Hills; Huntington Beach at The Strand on 5th ; Irvine at Heritage Plaza Center.
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