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    The Botox bar: SKN Bar, LA

    It’s only logical that the first Botox-only bar is in Beverly Hills, the spiritual home of cosmetic surgery. Clients fly in from the East Coast just to get Botox from celebrity dermatologist Dr Vicki Rapaport, whose delicate touch means faces look rested, not frozen.

    The lash bar: Shu Uemura
    Tokyo Lash Bar, Tokyo

    When Madonna asked her makeup artist, Gina Brooke (former Artistic Director at Shu Uemura), for a lash makeover in 2005, the result was a diamond-encrusted pair that set off a huge trend. Shu Uemura opened a flagship Lash Bar in Tokyo, with more outposts in Australia, the US and Europe. Makeup artists here will attach natural-looking or embellished lashes to fit perfectly.

    The facial bar: Clear Clinic,
    New York City

    A haven for anyone suffering from problem skin, this walk-in acne treatment bar is the brainchild of New York dermatologist Dr Eric Schweiger. His mission is to reduce breakouts and repair scarred skin with hi-tech lasers, peels and medical facials.


    The wax bar: Strip: Ministry of Waxing, Singapore

    Founder Cynthia Chua traveled the world learning how to perfect the Brazilian wax before setting up Strip. The first Brazilian waxing bar in Asia has now gone global, famed for its skin-soothing pre- and post-waxing lotions.

    The tan bar: The Studio By James Read, London

    The destination for a sun-drenched glow. As the ‘golden’ boy of the fake-tan world (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a client), Read has developed a technique that contours and sculpts to make limbs look leaner.

    The nail bar: Miss Frou Frou Nail Bar, Sydney

    A favorite with Sydneysiders (Cate Blanchett and Nicole Kidman included), the bar’s signature manicure involves a skin-smoothing sugar scrub and nail-neatening cuticle work. Plus, it has its own 30-shade range of polishes.

    The drip bar: Reviv, Miami

    While being hooked to a vitamin-infused IV drip may seem daunting, converts claim they feel refreshed afterwards. Reviv offers hydrating drips of B vitamins and magnesium to bolster the immune system and restore energy levels.

    The wellness bar: StressLess Lounge + Beauty Bar, Moscow

    A spa and restaurant combined, offering healthy food delivered direct to your spa relaxation chair – treatments include massages, facials and mani/pedis. It’s a huge hit with those on the go in Moscow wanting to recharge during their lunch hours.

    The Edit

    Photograph: Richard Burbridge/Art + Commerce

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