Spoil a Survivor Drawing

Since we opened in 2006, Five Senses Spa and Salon has been offering a unique kind of care to guests experiencing hair loss during their cancer journey.  Five Senses offers wigs and hair extensions, along with ways to address eyebrows, eyelashes, nail and skin concerns during and after treatments.  With compassion and expertise, we will help renew confidence for men, women and children going through their cancer journey.

 

During October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Five Senses Spa and Salon is partnering up with Susan G. Komen Memorial to “Spoil A Survivor!”  Nominate a breast cancer survivor that you know by submitting the form below, for their chance to be pampered for a day at Five Senses. 

 


face of beauty

 

Five Senses Spa and Salon is proud to help change the face of beauty!  Our photo shoot celebrated the visual differences of all people, and it asks the question... Which One Is Different?  We had fun working with the children, along with the wonderful hair and make-up talents from the Five Senses Spa and Salon staff.  We are lucky to work with Teresa Blunier and her ability to capture priceless moments.

The inspiration came from Katie Driscoll's wonderful organization, Changing the Face of Beauty.  Her mission is to encourage the integration of individuals with disabilities into general advertising and the media.  We were further touched by the beautiful song by the Maloof Sisters, Markie and Micheline Maloof.

 
During October's Down Syndrome Awareness Month, help us educate the public about Down Syndrome.  Like, Comment or Share the following posts to be entered into our drawing for a Beautifying Body Treatment & Vichy Rainfall Shower ($120 value).  Three lucky winners will be drawn on October 21, 2015.
  • Adam.  We introduce to you Adam, a handsome little boy that loves Elvis and is a dancing machine!  Adam is one of the children that will be drawing a lucky winner to win a spa treatment from Five Senses!  Watch, Like, Comment, Share this Facebook post to help spread awareness.
  • Meg.
  • Alina.
  • Which One Is Different?

 

Earth Month

Catered to children ages 5-18, Kids Konnected is a support program that meets under the leadership of professionals to provide support, friendship, and education to children whose parents, grandparents, or caregivers have or had cancer.

Ponytails for a Purpose