The Opal Spa Difference

So why come to Opal Spa? What sets us apart?

We feel that when a person decides to come enjoy a relaxing spa service there are certain criteria that we want to meet to make your spa experience one that you will want to repeat with us time and time again.

 

 

At Opal Spa…
• We do not re-use any products, implements, files, or buffers. You are given your nail file and buff after each pedicure or manicure.

• We use hospital grade

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sterilizers to insure strict cleanliness and to uphold all Health Canada’s Regulations.

• All linens and towels are washed after every service, whites are bleached.

• All of our staff are highly educated, knowledgeable and most importantly certified and licensed, which is not an industry requirement anymore.

• We use the highest quality of products in each service, and educate you on what those products are, how they benefit you and home care options.

• We use drying agents for your polish which means within 2hrs the polish is cured.

• All

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of our treatments are done in private rooms, for your comfort and relaxation.

• We have a advanced pedicure system which is regarded as the most sanitary and sterilized in the industry…no wooden foot paddles.

• Most importantly, WE TRULY VALUE EACH GUEST. We are in the business of making “long term relationships”.

When choosing a spa we feel that it is very important to find one that meets everyone’s personal and sanitation requirements. We hope to show you what we mean by the OPAL DIFFERENCE…If you are looking for a peaceful stress-free environment, a happy environment with educated and experienced staff, great product brands that we stand behind, and a place you can call your second home, we invite you to step into our world and meet our fabulous team!

“Life is not measured by the breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away”