Golden Globe Awards’ fever has hit Los Angeles. If you don’t believe us, just drive down Santa Monica Boulevard by the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills where news trucks and television crews are causing major traffic tie-ups. No letup is in sight until after the star spangled show takes place this Sunday, January 13.
Also getting into the act are local spas that are eagerly creating treatments aimed at their superstar clientele. The latest entry is Hollywood favorite Kinara, which just introduced its Red Carpet Facial designed to make its celebrity clientele look their best at the Globes and the Oscars (that follow on February 24).
Kinara calls its Red Carpet Facial the secret weapon for stars seeking immediate and highly visible results for their most highly visible appearances. Created by Olga Lorencin-Northrup, Kinara’s Founder and esthetician to the stars, the Kinara Skin Care Clinic & Spa has become a hav en for stars during awards season. Golden Globe host Amy Poehler was recently spotted entering West Hollywood’s exclusive Oasis, and A-listers such as Halle Berry, Sophia Vergara, and Eva Mendez stop in for services.
Of course you don’t have to be rich (well maybe a little) and famous to have a treatment at Kinara, which is open to the open to the public. You can also purchase the Red Carpet Facial kit to use at home in three simple steps:
- Apply the peel to remove dead skin cells and reveal refined, brighter and hydrated skin.
- Use the Neutralizes to revitalize dull, tired skin with a deep cleansing effervescent sensation via Argeninge and Sodium Bicarbonate.
- Apply the mask and relax while it hydrates, soothes, plumps and oxygenates your face with with Lysate extract, Pikea Robusta and Mineral Complex.
The result is star-quality, camera-ready looks.
Kinara has become a cult classic for celebrities, as well as ordinary mortals, who view skin care as a culture, not just a treat for special occasions. Kinara Skin Care Clinic continues to be a cult classic for celebrities, as well as those who view skin care as a culture, not just a treat for special occasions. The pretty, little spa caters to an elite clientele who are accustomed to having the best at their disposal. Savvy skin care junkies began flocking to Kinara the minute it opened it swank doors in October 2003.
Kinara, which means "on the edge" in Hindi, is located at 656 North Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310-657-9188.