A Spatique’s in Town

What used to be an online business, StormSister has now become a full-blown “spatique,” complete with brick walls. Owner Becky Sturm has been in the salon and spa industry for 22 years and has developed a wealth of knowledge. “I want to educate people on just how important skin and hair care really are,” says Sturm. She once ran St. Paul’s Salon For You but grew tired of cutting hair. Since her passion for quality grooming products still lingers, she decided to open a “spatique,” which she named because she sells all the products you’d find at a spa, just not the services. StormSister offers the finest in skin and body care products, along with the extensive knowledge Sturm is able to provide her clients. StormSister Spatique, 635 S. Smith Avenue, St. Paul, 651-221-4668, www.stormsister.biz

Many other spas around the Twin Cities are at your service for pampering and relaxation.

» Juut SalonSpa

Seven metro locations,
www.juut.com

» Litespa

1201 Harmon Place, Minneapolis,
612-333-0300, www.litespa.com

» Zilya Salon & Spa

2919 Hennepin Avenue S., Minneapolis,
612-822-4444, www.zilyasalon.com

» Estetica Salon & Spa

165 Western Avenue N., St. Paul,
651-228-9327, www.esteticastpaul.com

» The Day Spa

7575 France Avenue S., Edina,
952-830-0100, www.adayatthespa.com

» Spalon Montage

Three metro locations,
952-915-2900, www.spalon.com

» Solimar Wellness Spa

1121 Town Centre Drive, Suite 105, Eagan,
651-686-6686, www.solimarspa.com

» Twiggs Salon Spa

785 E. Lake Street, Wayzata,
952-258-0200, www.twiggssalonspa.com

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