A Visit to Spa Society of Weehawken and Why We’re Loving It

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If you want to get all of your favorite spa, skincare, and wellness treatments under one roof, look no further than Weehawken. The Spa Society of Weehawken {500 Avenue at Port Imperial} is a beauty, skincare, and wellness oasis that offers a wide range of spa services including classic massages and facials, Coolsculpting, an array of anti-aging treatments, and so much more. Read on to learn more about some of their unique spa treatments.

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About Spa Society 

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Located right across the from the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal in Weehawken, Spa Society is an accessible self-care haven that can be visited on your way home from work or before a day or evening out in the Big Apple

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Upon entering, guests are immediately greeted by a relaxed reception area with sleek gray walls and inviting decor. Spa-goers will find a few self-care products for sale in the lobby to pick up before or after a treatment {so you can indulge in some spa vibes at home, too}. After checking in, visitors will soon be ushered back to indulge in one {or more} of the many services Spa Society offers.

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A Few Unique Services

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It’s important to know before you go — here are a few of the very unique services Spa Society offers guests.

Coolsculpting

Coolsculpting is a technology that penetrates, freezes, and kills fat cells without damaging the skin or underlying tissue. Coolsculpting sessions are conducted by qualified and experienced practitioners who ensure clients are well-educated and receive effective treatments in line with their goals and budget. Pricing can cost anywhere from $1,400 to $6,000 depending on the size and number of areas being treated. The rule is “if you can squeeze it, they can freeze it.”

Radiofrequency Skin Tightening

According to Spa Society professional, Kristina Lalli, radiofrequency is “definitely one of the best treatments out there on the market.” It tackles the big three – cellulite, fat reduction/body contouring, and skin tightening. Unlike Coolsculpting, radiofrequency actually uses energy to heat the tissue to stimulate collagen and elastin production. It is great for older clients who want to smooth and tighten saggy arms, knees, jowls, and eye bags, or for someone who just wants a little help tightening those stubborn areas that exercising doesn’t seem to reach. Many clients use radio frequency in conjunction with their Coolsculpting service to tighten the skin after they get rid of the fat. As for pricing, treatments are around $200 per session.

The Skin Pen

The Skin Pen is a microneedling treatment that aims to reverse the signs of aging. It does this by creating microscopic channels in the skin, triggering the body’s response to stimulate collagen. Collagen production will increase within two to four days after treatment. Clients will begin to notice results a few days after treatment and continue to see improvements for several weeks. Microneedling achieves some pretty impressive results, but it comes at a hefty cost of $425 per treatment. 

Cupping

Spa Society offers several massage treatments including, but not limited to reflexology, prenatal, hot stone, facial and scalp massages, and cupping. Cupping is a treatment popular among celebs and athletes, and most known for the round marks that it leaves on the body after treatment. Body cupping at Spa Society is combined with a traditional massage to help loosen muscles, break down stubborn trigger points, and encourage blood flow to relieve stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, and more. All for $159 a session.

Botox

Those looking for a little extra help treating forehead lines or crows feet, Spa Society has got your favorite injectable. Botox is becoming increasingly popular for treating and preventing wrinkles by relaxing the muscles of the face. Spa Society has experienced nurse practitioners who know how to get the most out of each treatment. Botox at Spa Society is $16 per unit or $700 per syringe. 

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IS Clinical Fire + Ice Facial

Also referred to as the “Red Carpet Facial,” this 60-minute treatment promotes anti-aging, hydration, and luminosity to the skin. It is designed to resurface and rejuvenate the face with little to no downtime. It is Hollywood’s best-kept secret, and for only $139 at Spa Society. 

The Details

These were just a few of Spa Society’s many wonderful treatments and services listed on their website. Spa Society offers memberships for loyal customers to enjoy extra savings. They offer facial and massage memberships, as well as a special monthly membership for skin tightening so clients can continue looking and feeling their best. More details can be found at www.myspasociety.com or by calling them at 201-430-8741. Also be sure to follow them on Instagram @myspasociety for insights on deals, and to view some amazing before and after photos of their services. 

They are located at 500 Avenue at Port Imperial Suite 140, directly across from the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal, which is an easy Hudson-Bergen Light Rail ride away {the Imperial stop} for Hudson County residents that live outside of Weehawken.

Have you been to Spa Society of Weehawken? Tell us about your experience in the comments!

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Alexis moved to Hoboken after she graduated college in 2015 and fell in love with the area right away. She currently lives in Jersey City with her boyfriend, Ewan, and works in New York City as a fashion buyer by day and an aspiring entrepreneur by night. In her spare time, when she is not exploring the new, trendy spots around town, you will find her working out at one of her favorite local classes, singing along to the soundtrack of Wicked, or creating macrame wall art and home decor that she sells on Etsy.