These Black Friday Specials can be purchased in person at:
The Saratoga Day Spa
376 Broadway Suite 21
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(The Arcade Building across from Druthers, first door on the left on the 2nd floor)
These Black Friday Specials can also be purchased over the phone.
Call the therapist offering the special you are interested in purchasing and we will mail out the Gift Certificate to you or the recipient of your gift.
Purchase a gift certificate valued at $100 and receive an additional $25 (per $100)
Therapists offering this special:
Kelley Trembley, Owner/Esthetician, 518-320-6239
Kierra Bertrand, Licensed Massage Therapist, 518-682-7265
Purchase 2 Services Receive the 3rd (of equal or lesser value) Free
Kelley Trembley, Owner/Esthetician, 518-320-6239
Kierra Bertrand, Licensed Massage Therapist, 518-682-7265
Olivia Sanders, Esthetician, 518-948-2965
Amy Gulbrandsen, Licensed Massage Therapist, 518-859-5138
Jhoanna Cantera, Wax Specialist, 518-344-8579
Ashley Edwards, Licensed Massage Therapist, 518-365-6541
Seeled By Ink Tattoo Black Friday Special by Sarah Seeley
Purchase a Gift Certificate valued at $100 receive an additional $50
(Must be used by one person, cannot be split amongst multiple clients)
Please call Sarah directly at 518-332-2800
Ageless Aesthetics: Rebecca Clarkin and Mary Constantino
Available for purchase: November 1-November 30th. Must be booked by December 30th to receive Black Friday Pricing
$50 off a tube of filler.
Botox/Xeomin: $10 per unit.
Rebecca Clarkin: 518-332-4936
The Saratoga Day Spa is back (post shutdown) and better than ever.
Meet our newest team members Ashley, Sarah, and Olivia.
Ashley Edwards, Licensed Massage Therapist.
Ashley offers a wide variety of massage ranging from Swedish Massage to the lesser known, but amazingly effective, Shiatsu Massage.
Ashley customizes each session to meet your specific needs. She believes treating the body, mind, and spirit together promotes an overall wellness that allows for healing on all levels.
Sarah Seeley, Seeled By Ink, is an experienced tattoo artist running her tattoo business out of The Saratoga Day Spa. Sarah is diligent about her client's health and safety when tattooing. Sarah's style of tattooing is a mix of new school/neo traditional style with thick bold lines and fully saturated color pieces. With that said, she also works with black and gray. Every client will have a consult to ensure they are happy with both design and placement.
Olivia Sanders, NYS Licensed Esthetician. Olivia graduated from Southeastern Esthetics Institute in Columbia, South Carolina. Olivia believes caring for your skin is vital to your self care routine. She loves working with clients and helping them reach their personal skin care goals. She offers a wide variety of skin care services ranging from a Spa facial, Couple's Facial, to acne and teen services.
The Saratoga Day Spa has also been awarded a Covid-19 Ready badge (see below).
COVID-19 Ready: We are following guidelines to protect against the spread of COVID-19, according to our customers.
What does that mean?
We have gone above and beyond to follow all Covid-19 mandates, both state and federal. This badge was awarded to The Saratoga Day Spa via the clients who have reviewed our Covid-19 safety protocols upon reopening.
We take our clients and our own health very seriously and are taking every precaution to keep everyone safe.
All of our therapists are back to work (after a very long six months) and all services are being offered.
Click on the BOOK WITH US button and get back into the routine of taking care of you!
The Saratoga Day Spa Team
(Kelley Trembley: Owner/Esthetician, Kierra Bertrand: Licensed Massage Therapist, Amy Gulbrandsen: Licensed Massage Therapist, Ashley Edwards: Licensed Massage Therapist, Olivia Sanders: NYS Esthetician, Jhoanna Cantera: Wax Specialist, Mary Constantino FNP-BC, Rebecca Clarkin MSNA-CRNA, and Jack Treiber: Certified Energy Practioner)
Hello to all of our clients near and far!
We are reaching out to all of you to ask for your help.
If you are not a local client there are FLAG organizations all over the country that may be helping the community you live in.
As many of you know we have two nurses at The Saratoga Day Spa.
Mary Constantino, FNP-BC, has been working the front lines of this virus 🦠 at Saratoga Hospital ER, Malta Medical, and Wilton Medical Arts.
Rebecca Clarkin, MSNA-CRNA, is a Nurse Anesthetist at Nathan Littauer.
We love our two gals and are beyond thankful for the work they are doing during this time.
I am not one to be able to sit back and not help in some way. It just does not feel right.
I reached out to Nadine Burke, one of the women who started the Saratoga Chapter of FLAG.
Below is what she said...if you are at all able to help out let's do it!
Not only will we be keeping our local restaurants running but we can show all of these front-line workers we stand behind them and are willing to help in any way possible.
You can join their Facebook group to see what amazing work they have done and are continuing to do. FLAG...Front-line association group.
Hello! If sheltering in place and social distancing is getting to you, I want to invite YOU to help make a difference with those on the Front Line fighting the effects of COVID-19. To quote Mr. Rogers “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping. ‘“
This brainchild comes from a group of Moms in Chatham and Madison, NJ who are making a huge difference in their town. (Check out https://www.flag2020.org/ )
A few local Saratoga women and I have created FLAG (Front Line Appreciation Group) Saratoga. The mission is simple, let's pull together to send meals to the front lines at Saratoga Hospital and give business to our local beloved restaurants.
We need your help! Please use the link below to donate through the Saratoga Hospital website to FLAGSaratoga.
OR Make a check payable to Saratoga Hospital Foundation (Memo:FLAGSaratoga) and mail to:
Saratoga Hospital Foundation
211 Church St.
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Thank you and Stay Safe!
Thank you from the bottoms of hearts,
The Saratoga Day Spa Team
The Saratoga Day Spa is so excited to introduce the newest member to this amazing team!
Belicia DaCosta, NYS Esthetician, Para-Medical Esthetician, and LASH ARTIST!
You can book directly with Belicia at: 518-944-8512
or online at
"Skincare and makeup is a fantastic industry and lifestyle. I have always had a passion to serve and educate others about importance of it. I also continue to educate myself.
I graduated Aesthetic Science Institute in 2008.
I have been a licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist for the past 11 years.
My continuing education also provides an advanced medical certification in Esthetics and Laser treatment.
I am a certified lash technician through Xtreme Lashes as well.
This industry is ever evolving and I like to keep up with the trends and my education. I will be obtaining a dermablading certification in the coming months.
I love to make people feel their personal best and my services are always customized for each individual client’s needs. Every face, skin, and advice for care is unique.
My goal is to provide outstanding service, educate my clients about skin care, quality products for their individual needs and at home care.
Your skin is the one accessory you never take off......it’s care is important."
Rebecca Clarkin MSNA-CRNA, and Mary Constantino FNP-BC, will be having their Grand Opening of Ageless Aesthetics at The Saratoga Day Spa!
Botox is priced at $13 per unit per individual, and $12 a unit if two people come together!
You will get a consultation prior to receiving your Botox.
There will also be complimentary chair massage done by our three amazing LMT's, Haliegh Bango, Kierra Bertrand, and Katie Hull.
Kelley Marsh and Rebecca Gray will be doing complimentary mini-facials as well.
Ageless Aesthetics is now booking via telephone and through our online booking system.
We are located at 376 Broadway Suite 21, Saratoga Springs NY.
The Saratoga Day Spa is located in the Arcade Building, across from Druthers and The Adelphi Hotel.
Mother's Day 2019 is on May 12th.
Just a reminder that we have gift certificates available!
Give us a call and give Mom the gift of relaxation!
President Donald Trump signed into law the " Farm Bill" -- a massive volume of agriculture legislation that includes new rules governing growing hemp, as well as billions of dollars in various forms of assistance to farmers. He passed this bill approximately a month ago, we were waiting and are so thankful!
This was GREAT news for us in the skin care and massage business. Especially us at The Saratoga Day Spa! We have been waiting to launch our CBD facial with Color Up Therapeutics!
What are the benefits of CBD in your skincare and massage?
CBD FOR SKINCARE
The endocannabinoid system is critical to the life cycle of basal cells, which make up around 90% of the cells in the epidermis. Healthy skin relies on the body’s ability to grow new cells and discard dead ones. Manipulation of the endocannabinoid system can help regulate the life cycle of cells and when applied topically, it is absorbed directly through the skin where receptors associated with the endocannabinoid system are located. CBD works directly where needed most and isn’t absorbed into the bloodstream, making it a potential therapy for a range of conditions, from dry skin to skin cancer. CBD is more permeable to the skin than THC and more likely to stimulate the cannabinoid receptors, making CBD the popular choice for cannabis-based topicals. It has also been shown that CBD can up-regulate the production of specific peptides that produce an anti-microbial effect. CBD helps to moderate cell cycle and other various cellular pathways leading to healthy cell activity. The anti-inflammatory effects are produced from some of the above-mentioned pathways.
CBD as a natural antioxidant is even more powerful than Vitamin C, E, A, or omega 3 fatty acids, which are all also present in hemp oil, making CBD hemp oil a good source for antioxidants. Protecting the skin from free radicals, like UV rays, smoke, and environmental pollutants, is critical in having younger looking skin. Free radicals in the atmosphere cause fine lines and wrinkles; antioxidants protect our bodies from the damage of these free radicals, including fighting the effects of aging. Serving as a barrier to the oxidants, CBD topicals nourish the skin by moisturizing, smoothing and protecting its elasticity. A natural cell regenerator, CBD encourages the production of new cells and aids in removing dead skin cells, giving users the healthiest, most youthful version of their skin.
CBD can also cause change in skin patterns, such as reduction in hyperpigmentation.
Acne involves the overproduction of sebum, an oily substance intended to protect the skin. Glands in our skin, typically near hair follicles, called sebaceous glands produce fatty oils called lipids. These lipids perform a number of functions, such as creating a barrier on our skin to keep out bacteria and viruses and working to lubricate and waterproof the hair and skin. Endocannabinoids, compounds that our bodies produce naturally and Phytocannabinoids, compounds produced naturally by plants (CBD), play a major role in oil production by regulating the excretion of oil in sebaceous-related skin conditions, including dry skin. Sebaceous glands and hair follicles both contain endocannabinoid receptors, meaning their functions are affected by cannabinoids. Lipid production plays a critical role in both acne (over production) and eczema (under production). CBD works to heal the acne by providing both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Working as an all-natural antibiotic, CBD targets the affected area and eliminates the fatty acids and bacteria within the skin. The acne clears up and the scars diminish, leaving you with a clear complexion.
Although CBD shows effectiveness in beauty products, such as with anti-aging and acne relief, the elements hold promise in the treatment of a number of more severe skin conditions as well. One study found that phytocannabinoids, particularly cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabigerol (CBG), can control cell proliferation and differentiation, indicating they can be used in novel treatments for skin diseases like allergies and cancer. Through its ability to control cell growth and death, CBD has been considered as a potential adjunct to current skin cancer treatments. Anecdotally, CBD oil works on warts, moles, and even HPV outbreaks because it can cause cell death in these abnormally growing cell groups. Atopic dermatitis (eczema) and Psoriasis have been shown to improve after treatment with CBD.
Benefits of CBD and Skincare At A Glance
Anti-aging – May protect the skin from free radicals, like UV rays, smoke, and environmental pollutants, which is critical in fighting the effects of aging.
Antioxidant – May be more powerful than Vitamin C, E, A, or omega 3 fatty acid, and causes a change in skin patterns, such as reduction in hyperpigmentation.
Acne/Eczema -CBD may inhibit the lipid production in skin cells, making it an effective preventative for acne. It may also aid in balancing out the lipid production in cells, making it effective for eczema.
Anti-inflammatory Properties of CBD may also control the effects of acne and other skin conditions because the skin around the area is intensely inflamed and many of these ailments arise from chronic inflammation.
Moisturizing -Endocannabinoids may play a major role in oil production by regulating the excretion of oil in sebaceous-related skin conditions, including dry skin.
Anti-microbial – May kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause skin infections, intestinal illnesses or other commonly transmitted diseases.
Antibacterial– May fight against drug-resistant bacteria and is highly effective as a cure for such infections.
Antifungal – May prevent the cell membranes of fungi from forming properly, causing fungal death.
CBD and Massage
Commonly Asked Massage Questions
1: Would a massage therapist who applies your CBD infused product with his or her bare hands get high from doing so?
No! Not with our products as we use 100% CBD and no THC. Also, most massage topicals are not absorbed into the blood so there is no “high” associated with use even with THC. Patients who receive CBD massages only report body relaxation, which is very different from the high of ingesting THC.
2: Is it legal for massage therapists to use Hemp derived CBD topical products?
Yes! CBD derived from hemp is legal to purchase and use in all 50 states because it does not contain THC and is not derived from marijuana. For products that do contain a level of THC higher than .3%, it would depend on what state the massage therapist practices in. Whether marijuana is legal for medical, recreational or both types of use, there are myriad laws regarding the use of THC-containing products and in some states, no regulations specifically addressing topicals. Massage therapists who want to use THC infused products must obtain information directly from their state. All of our products are Hemp derived and therefore they are legal to use in all 50 states.
3: Will Hemp derived CBD show up in a drug test?
To date, topical use has not been associated to a failed drug-test. Even ingesting pure CBD products will not be cause for a failed drug test. As far as research and experimentation have confirmed thus far, screenings test for THC and not CBD.
4: Can I use CBD on pregnant clients?
Currently, the research on Cannabis use (in all forms) during pregnancy is on-going. To-date, there are no direct correlations to fetal developmental problems using Cannabis in smoke/vapor or edible form, and data around Cannabis topicals during pregnancy is non-existent. It’s best to suggest they make an appointment with their doctor or midwife to ask questions about CBD topicals prior to booking a session with you. We have not found anything that suggests it could be harmful, but we always believe that it is better to be safe and well informed. You may want to have them sign a simple consent form.
5: Can my clients fly with CBD products derived from Hemp?
Yes! CBD products derived from Hemp are 50 state legal and can be taken with you or your clients within the United States.
6: What is the difference between pure CBD, Full Spectrum, and THC products?
The pure CBD starts with a CO2 extraction using all of the flowers of a hemp plant. It is in its most crude state at this point, and requires further refinement through fractional distillation to isolate out the CBD specifically. This means that on test, it will show as 99.997% CBD with 0% THC and 0% other cannabinoids. Full Spectrum starts with a CO2extraction as well. but is refined further trough distillation to remove all inactive ingredients and leave you with all of the cannabinoids present in the hemp plant. Once completed it will test at a high amount of CBD with a low amount of THC and other cannabinoids such as CBC, CBG, and CBN. CBD is known to be a very powerful cannabinoid on its own. Despite what some may have you believe, the Full Spectrum is not always necessary or the better option. We do have a Full Spectrum line as well and we recommend one or the other for many different ailments and conditions – we are non-biased from a manufacturing point of view since we do create both options – our information is based on studies and our own experiences.
Q and A about Color Up Therapeutic CBD Questions About Color Up
Where do you get your Hemp from?
We source our Hemp from a local, organic farm right here in Colorado! They grow the Hemp sustainably and with organic nutrients that are GMO free. They are CDA registered & Farm Bill compliment. The lab we use to process the plant is also certified with the state of CO with all current licensing. All of our CBD is 3rdparty tested by a certified lab here in Colorado. They test for cannabinoids present and their percentages, as well as testing to insure it is free of solvents, pathogens, and mold.
Are your products organic, all natural, and Cruelty Free?
YES! We source organic and/or all natural (plant based) and cruelty free ingredients.
Are your products sourced and made in the USA.
YES! Every part of our process begins and ends in the USA. We source our bottles, ingredients and packaging from USA based companies – most local.
Do your massage & esthetics products contain any THC?
No! Our massage and facial care lines do not contain any THC. We use pure CBD sourced from the Hemp plant.
Are your products legal to use and resell in Colorado and nationally?
YES! Because we source from Hemp, anyone can use and resell our products. If our products did contain over .3% THC, only dispensaries and licensed MMJ establishments could resell them. We are also licensed by the CDPHE that regulates the production and sale of Hemp derived CBD products in Colorado.
If you would like to book a Sculpt Pod session call Kelley directly: 518-320-6239
Please have your groupon available at your first appointment so Kelley can scan it.
So what is this Sculpt Pod and what does it do??????
During a Sculpt Pod treatment, you will experience our 3 Step Patented Process.
Infrared heat and light is used to stimulate the body’s natural process for breaking down and releasing stored content in the fat cells. While inside the Sculpt Pod, you will experience whole body massage vibration to break down cellulite + stimulate the body to drain its fat cells naturally.
Is it really possible for benefits to be noticed right away?
This one’s a little tricky, infrared can assist with many wellness benefits, and it is true that it may take multiple sessions to see desired weight loss results. However, benefits such as pain relief and detoxification can be noticed after one session. It’s important to note that everybody is different, although some may share similar results, each infrared session is a truly unique experience. Why? We are all unique! Additionally, the condition of our bodies varies day, by day and more sweat may be produced during one session than another. For example, you and your workout buddy may see different results while doing the same workouts but it doesn’t mean you’re doing it wrong!
Our clients are loving The Sculpt Pod!
Their needs range from stubborn weight loss issues to neuropathy! They are thrilled with their results so far~
Have you thought about trying Myofascial Release but aren't 100% positive on what it is?
Kierra Bertrand, Licensed Massage Therapist, offers Myofascial Release in both a 60 minute and 90 minute session.
Myofascial Release is an amazingly beneficial massage that most people are unaware of!
What is Myofascial Release?
Myofascial release is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, posture, or inflammation. Connective tissues called fascia surround the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs of the body. Points of restriction in the fascia can place a great deal of pressure on nerves and muscles causing chronic pain.
Practitioners of myofascial release employ long stretching strokes meant to balance tissue and muscle mechanics and improve joint range of motion in order to relieve pain.
Who benefits from MFR?
The truth is, just about everyone would benefit from myofascial release. Keeping our fascial fabric healthy and fit is critical to our bodies performance, and our sense of wellbeing. That being said, most people wouldn’t know this until their fascial fabric has become so bound up that they have a problem. Like pain, that is diagnosed as sciatica, carpel tunnel syndrome or spinal stenosis. Or dysfunction that is diagnosed as fibromyalgia, scoliosis, or endometriosis. The list goes on. If you have a problem and would like to find out if myofascial release could benefit you, contact us.
We have worked with many diagnoses, some of them are:
You can book directly with Kierra by clicking the button, Book Now, at the top of the page!
You can also call Kierra directly at 518-682-7265
At The Saratoga Day Spa we are always looking for ways to expand our knowledge through ongoing training, continuing education courses and through various companies that offer training.
We are always seeking new ways to help our clients with the issues they discuss with us at their appointments. We also stay current on new treatments that we currently are not offering that may help our clients.
We have had multiple requests for CBD massage and facials and we listened!
Currently Haleigh Bango, LMT, is the only practicioner here offering the service. She is taking appointments for this service, it is called Oil Infused Massage!
You can click on the button above, BOOK NOW, or call Haleigh directly at 518-932-4100
We will be adding a full service CBD facial in the coming months as well!
We have two links below that answer many of the questions you may have about CBD, its benefits, and why we are incorporating this into our Day Spa.
The Saratoga Day Spa