Water Lily’s SkinTherapy Spa sets open house


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WILMINGTON — Join the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of Water Lily’s SkinTherapy Spa on Saturday, Aug. 4.

There will be an open house from noon to 2 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the chamber at 12:30 p.m.. Water Lily’s is located at 24C Randolph Street, Wilmington.

The grand opening will feature refreshments, tours of the spa, door prizes, skincare samples, and discounts for pre-booked appointments and gift certificates.

Candice Stewart, owner and licensed esthetician, has always had a passion in health and wellness, stating “I knew I wanted to play a part in helping others improve their health in a way that combines the beauty industry.”

Candice has been a licensed esthetician for the past seven years with continuing education of several modalities in skincare and wellness. She specializes in acne problematic skin, aging skin, sun damage, and cellulite reduction.

Water Lily’s SkinTherapy Spa will offer a wide range of spa treatments that are both vegan and cruelty-free, including customized spa treatments from their spa pantry to enhance your overall experience.

Water Lily’s is brand certified in Control Corrective skincare, and also offers holistic services to balance the mind using crystals and essential oils. Spa favorites will also be available in their retail area to allow you the chance to take a little part of your luxurious experience home.

Additional services include Swedish and Hot Stone Massage, Cold Marble and Gua Sha Jade Facial Massages, and herbal ball remedies. Candice is also a certifcated infant massage educator, teaching parents the correct techniques and benefits of massage for children for over 10 years.

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