TONY deals of the week (May 17–23, 2012)

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  • The arrival of warmer weather means you’ll likely be showing more skin. Prep your epidermis with this 60-minute scrub and body wrap, which exfoliates and rehydrates to improve its tone and texture. After an aesthetician (we recommend Nina Patino at the Upper East Side location) sloughs off dead cells using a house-made scrub packed with brown sugar, ginger and organic lime juice, she’ll pour warm coconut milk over your body and wrap you in a heated blanket. You’ll stay undercover for 30 minutes while your technician applies a cooling face mask. Following a rinse in the bathroom shower, your skin will feel so baby-soft, you won’t need to apply lotion for days. Ginger Coconut Melt, $150 (normally $195), at Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa, 171 E 65th St between Lexington and Third Aves ● 66 E 55th St between Madison and Park Aves ● 160 Columbus Ave between 67th and 68th Sts ● 212-988-7816, paullabrecque.com. Mention TONY to receive this discount through May 31.

  • Rejuvenate your skin and restore your sanity with this relaxing 60-minute seasonal spa treatment. It’s part of a new series of farm-to-table procedures at the Spa at Andaz Wall Street, featuring locally sourced ingredients from the Andaz hotel’s on-site farmers’ market. The service begins with a 30-minute back massage using French rosemary-almond oil. Next, you’re wrapped in a hot blanket soaked in freshly brewed chamomile tea, which is said to release toxins from your body and tighten your epidermis. While cocooned, enjoy an invigorating head and neck massage using eucalyptus-peppermint essential oil. The whole ordeal will leave your skin feeling silky smooth and your mind at ease. Chamomile Herbal Tea body wrap, $157 (usually $175), available through June 17 at the Spa at Andaz Wall Street, 75 Wall St at Water St (212-699-1830). Mention TONY to receive this discount through June 17.

  • Eco Closet
    Looking good while being green is top priority at this earth-conscious womenswear boutique. California native Lisa Joseph stocks the space with eco-friendly goods, which are either sustainable, recycled, locally made or fair trade. High tin ceilings give the space a loftlike feel and an exposed brick wall, hardwood floors and steel rolling racks add a rustic, minimalist air. Outfit yourself in Ecoskin tribal-print maxiskirts ($145) and off-the-shoulder tops ($75), or Stewart+Brown extra-long organic-cotton tanks ($75). Amour Vert striped maxidresses ($120) can be topped off with Andean Collection statement necklaces ($90) made of Ecuadoran tagua nuts, Smart Glass rectangular drop earrings ($52) fashioned from recycled sake and beer bottles and Kim White vintage-fabric clutches ($50). Mention TONY to receive 20 percent off any item through May 31. 230 Grand St between Driggs Ave and Roebling St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-360-4587). Tue–Sat noon–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  • Wisdom Jewelry & Watches
    Zoey Tsai honed her business skills managing various shops in the South Street Seaport Mall, and has finally opened a store to call her own, combining her retail experience with her passion for jewelry. The nature-themed boutique features baubles ($10–$500) and watches ($10–$500) for both sexes, displayed on Astroturf-covered tables. Faux greenery, branches, hidden owls and walls painted with life-size trees will leave you feeling like you’re in the wilderness rather than lower Manhattan. Shoppers can snatch up eclectic goods by local indie designers, including Vintage Hanger and Ellements by Nature. Standouts include Geneva vibrant watches ($25–$45) and Vintage Hanger handmade leather-and-cord bracelets ($45). Pricier pieces consist of Kiriku sterling-silver necklaces with skull ($340) or rose ($280) pendants and Bulova stainless-steel timepieces ($150–$400). Mention TONY for 10 percent off all purchases through May 24. 89 South St at Fulton St (347-320-0337). Daily 10am–9pm.

The arrival of warmer weather means you’ll likely be showing more skin. Prep your epidermis with this 60-minute scrub and body wrap, which exfoliates and rehydrates to improve its tone and texture. After an aesthetician (we recommend Nina Patino at the Upper East Side location) sloughs off dead cells using a house-made scrub packed with brown sugar, ginger and organic lime juice, she’ll pour warm coconut milk over your body and wrap you in a heated blanket. You’ll stay undercover for 30 minutes while your technician applies a cooling face mask. Following a rinse in the bathroom shower, your skin will feel so baby-soft, you won’t need to apply lotion for days. Ginger Coconut Melt, $150 (normally $195), at Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa, 171 E 65th St between Lexington and Third Aves ● 66 E 55th St between Madison and Park Aves ● 160 Columbus Ave between 67th and 68th Sts ● 212-988-7816, paullabrecque.com. Mention TONY to receive this discount through May 31.

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