Sexy Girl Summer Hair 2014

28 Apr 2014
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Amy’s Day Spa is known for our fantastic hair stylists!  Below are a few of the latest, sexy “summer hair” looks coming for summer 2014! Be on trend for summer with a deep side part and side-swept waves! The uneven, blunt cut bob… Emma Stone’s side-swept up-do A sex-kitten bob with flirty curls A casual pony tail with chunky bangs Call us to book your next hair appointment! We do men’s hair too! We have the best stylists in Tampa!

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6 Foods for Healthy Hair! Eat Up!

23 Apr 2014
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We all want nice, healthy hair, regardless of our age. Here are six great foods to eat for healthy hair!     1. Salmon Besides being rich in protein and vitamin D (both are key to strong hair) the omega-3 fatty acids found in this tasty cold-water fish are the true superstar. Your body can’t make those fatty acids, which your body needs to grow hair, so eat up! 2. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are a great source of the antioxidant beta carotene, which your body turns into vitamin A. Basically, every cell of the body cannot function without enough A .It also helps protect and produce the oils that.

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The Benefits of Pedicures

16 Apr 2014
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  Your feet take a beating. Plus, if you happen to be carrying extra weight on your frame, your feet get the brunt of it. The average person takes about 8,000 steps a day which adds up over a lifetime.     Whether you go to our spa or do your own pedicures, there are health benefits in properly maintaining your feet. Cutting, clipping and cleaning your nails prevents nails from growing inward and causing infection. The elimination of dirt and bacteria from your feet will also help prevent nail diseases and disorders and helps eliminate foot odor. Nobody wants foot odor. Exfoliation, or the sloughing off of dead skin.

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Top 5 Reasons to Love Massages at Our Spa!

06 Apr 2014
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    1. It reduces stress hormone levels Several studies have shown that massage reduces levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which among many other benefits helps slow your heart rate, and brings your blood pressure down. 2. It boosts your immunity By reducing stress and stress hormones, massage boosts the levels of “natural killer cells” in your body, which are your first defense against invaders.  Massage has been shown to even boost immunity in people with severely decreased immune systems, such as patients with breast cancer. 3. It’s a great pain reliever Whether you’ve got muscular pain, chronic headaches or a migraine, or even cramps, massage has been shown.

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