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The Hibiscus Day Spa, open since 2005 in Stuyvesant Heights — and going on two months in its new location — has unveiled its latest beauty treatment: a retail shop stocking skin care essentials, lounge clothing and spa accessories.

“We’ll be stocking organic and all-natural skincare in an effort to go green,” said owner Hollis Barclay. “We’re bringing new lines of products and will also offer slippers, T-shirts, earrings, soaps and candles.”

In addition to opening the shop last month — which is stocked with spa products such as the cucumber gel mask by PeterThomasRoth (pictured) — Barclay also debuted her new backyard: a tropically themed space with lush greenery, a sitting area and a space for outdoor massage.

“I wanted to offer my customers something more — I wanted to give them the total experience,” said Barclay.

Hibiscus Day Spa is located at 556 Halsey St. at Stuyvesant Avenue in Stuyvesant Heights. For information, call (718) 573-0831 or visit

Posted 6:33 pm, July 10, 2008
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