Category: Health & Wellness

Now offering HydraFacial

Everyone’s skin is different, which is why HydraFacial addresses each person’s needs individually. HydraFacials ability to be highly customized to your specific skin concern is what makes this treatment a game-changer.  Before starting your HydraFacial treatment, it’s crucial that you sit down with your esthetician and discuss all of your complexion concerns, including your ultimate… Read more »

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Your Guide to Dry, Cold, Idaho Winters!

Here in Boise, we are currently in the midst of our classic dry, cold winter. Winter weather isn’t kind to our hair, skin or lips, as the cold wreaks havoc by depleting moisture out of our bodies. This is why it is extremely important to add in extra moisture to your normal routine for the… Read more »

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Ready To Be Pampered

“Located in the middle of Downtown Boise at 350 N. 9th st. #103, Graeber and Company has been serving the Treasure Valley nonstop for over 55 years. The locally owned and operated Aveda Lifestyle salon and spa has a team of over 30 professionals who are Aveda certified. The Aveda company creates botanically based beauty… Read more »

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Covid-19 – Our Road to Recovery

  “Masks, social distancing, more space, different hours, new rules- businesses around the Treasure Valley have reopened after the Coronavirus shutdown, but it’s a new normal. Aimed at keeping both customers and employees safe as the valley goes back to business, the changes are more striking at some establishments than others.” “When customers are let… Read more »

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Graeber Goes Green

It’s no secret that I have a standing 7 a.m. weekly blowout appointment. Even when I’m on the road, my hair appointments are booked. I have to admit that I’ve never stopped to think about how much energy and waste hair salons consume. That’s why for Earth Day, I wanted to bring you this hugely inspiring story of a hair salon — Graeber & Company — in Boise, Idaho that is amplifying the green movement as the first of its kind in Idaho.

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