Bangz Salon & Wellness Spa Merges With SpaTique to Expand Spa Services

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Bangz Salon & Wellness Spa expands their menu of spa services by merging with Montclair-based SPAtique, formerly located on Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair. The merger will heighten the already expansive spa services which include massages, facials, waxing, manicures, pedicures, make-up, skin care and more.

Bangz Salon & Wellness Spa will continue to provide customers with an amazing rewards programs including the Client Loyalty Program, Bangz Buddies and Employee of the Month discounts. For more details about Bangz Salon & Wellness Spa rewards this fall, please visit http://www.bangz.com/client-appreciation/.

“We are delighted to expand our already substantial offerings in our spa,” says co-owner Richard Cronk. Co-owner Dominic Sansavero says, “We are truly thrilled to continue to meet the needs of our customers by growing our spa and salon services across the board.”

Bangz Salon & Wellness Spa, 23 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair, (973) 746-8426

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