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July 28, 2016

Reneux Med & Day Spa

Being a mother of twin toddlers is hard work! It's very taxing on the body, both physically, and mentally.  Physically, I do a lot of walking, running, bending, lifting, etc.  Mentally, my mind is constantly trying to outsmart my sons.  You may be thinking "how hard can it be to outsmart two 2 1/2 year old boys?  Trust me, it's not as easy as it sounds!  

That being said, my mind, body, and spirit takes a daily beating (since I work 40 hours per week on top of being a full time mom), and every now and then this mom needs some pampering to heal the body and recharge the soul.  

I'll usually opt for a massage to decompress, but this time around I decided to change it up and try something different - a back facial from Reneux Med & Day Spa.  What drew me to this service were three words in the description on their website: SCRUB, MASSAGE, and MINI-FACIAL.  Three treatments in one session - it sounded like the perfect package for a person like me who does not have a lot of time to spend at a spa.

Booking an appointment is easy - just call or email them. Once your appointment time is set, you can opt in to receive confirmations and reminders via text (I highly recommend this!):




Reneux Med & Day Spa is conveniently located in the heart of Kakaako, near Ward Villages in a building called Nalu Lani Plaza. Spa patrons can park in the building's private parking lot (enterance is on Kamakee Street) in any unreserved stall (pay at the kiosk and place your ticket on your dashboard before proceeding to the spa). 


Entrance to the building that Reneux Med & Day Spa is located in

The spa is located on the second floor.  Its entrance is right as you exit the elevators.

Entrance on the second floor

They have a spacious waiting area where you can enjoy complimentary tea, coffee or water while you wait.
Waiting Area

Here's the treatment room where my back facial treatment took place.

Treatment Room
After getting undressed and crawling under the sheets, I was treated to 75 minutes of pampering.

Ashley, my medical aesthetician for the day, started off with a relaxing, penetrating back massage, using perfect pressure and hitting all of my pressure points. Then she proceeded with the facial treatment for my back, incorporating more massaging as she applied the various scrubs and creams.  After 45 minutes of treatment on my back, I flipped over and received a 30 minute mini-facial that cleaned my pores and hydrated my face, leaving it silky smooth and refreshed. My head, face, neck and shoulders also got massaged during the facial treatment.  

After all was said and done, I walked out of the treatment room feeling very refreshed and relaxed.  And, the skin on my back and face has never felt so soft! 

Facials are just one of the many services offered at Reneux Med & Spa.  Other services include Injectables and Fillers, Laser Hair Removal, Laser Vein Therapy, Skin Rejuvenation, and other laser treatments.  Injectables are performed by medical director, Dr. Irene Ohbe-Arakaki.  Other services are provided by licensed medical estheticians.  

To maintain your skin and appearance in between visits, you can purchase the high quality skin care products that are used during treatments. 

Skin Care Products

Reneux has a Reneux Feel Good (RFG) Club that offers members 10% off all treatments and services plus awards points on all purchases.  Points translate into dollars that can be used towards future purchases at Reneux.  The membership is $35 per year, which will easily pay itself off if you plan on becoming a regular client.

Discounts are also available for Military (active duty personnel).

Contact them today to schedule an appointment for a treatment or free consultation!


Mahalo to the Reneux Med & Day Spa for the complimentary spa treatment. Gratuity was paid on my own.

Reneux Med & Day Spa
401 Kamakee Street, Second Floor
Phone: (808) 593-7844
Website: http://reneuxmeddayspa.com/
E: info@reneuxspahawaii.com

Hours:
Monday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

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