Cle: Get Ready for Your Glow-Up at Miami’s First Facial Bar

This post is sponsored by Cle Facial Bar. All opinions are those of the author.

My skin was in pretty rough shape.  Stress, hormonal changes from weaning my almost 2-year old and heavy hair products had caused my face to break out over the summer months.  My skin was in desperate need of some TLC and I needed some serious stress relief.  That’s where I was when the team at Cle Facial Bar came to my rescue.

Miami’s First Facial Bar

Cle: Get Ready for Your Glow-Up at Miami's First Facial Bar Lynda Lantz Contributor Miami Moms Blog
Taylor Palank, Founder of Cle Facial Bar (Credit: Cle Facial Bar)

When I arrived at Cle’s Coral Gables location I had the pleasure of meeting Taylor Palank, the brilliant mind behind Miami’s first facial bar.  While pursuing a graduate degree in New York, she found herself needing to add facials to her skincare routine.  Especially when it came to dealing with the effects of dry winter skin.  That’s when she thought about how nice it would be if she could just go and get a facial somewhere, without all of the extra fluff, time and expense of a traditional full-service spa experience.  And that’s where the concept of starting a facial bar in Miami–where she’s from and has since returned–began.  So, similar to a blow-dry or nail bar, a facial bar offers just that.  A high-quality experience without all the extras, while making facials more accessible and affordable.

My #Clebae Experience

Cle: Get Ready for Your Glow-Up at Miami's First Facial Bar Lynda Lantz Contributor Miami Moms Blog
Ready for my glow-up, even in the rain

My skin felt better than it had in years after The Essential service I received with Ada Martinez, one of their gifted estheticians.  A skincare expert with 20+ years of experience, Ada is passionate about what she does.  And it shows.  It literally still shows on my skin.  Instead of providing “routine” treatments, the estheticians at Cle take the time to personally evaluate your skin to provide you with highly personalized care.  The all-natural Yon-Ka products used at Cle are made from essential oils found in fruits, plants, and herbs.  So in addition to having my skin treated with clean ingredients, the wonderful aromatherapy left me feeling incredibly relaxed.  My skin was glowing from the moment I got up from the table and only improved over the next few days.  I didn’t want to leave and I’m eager to go back!  

Treat Yoself to Cle Today

Cle: Get Ready for Your Glow-Up at Miami's First Facial Bar Lynda Lantz Contributor Miami Moms Blog
(Credit: Cle Facial Bar)

Cle offers three services to suit a variety of skincare needs and budgets:

  • The Refresh (25 minutes) includes cleansing, exfoliation, a mask, and massage
  • The Essential (55 minutes) includes steaming, extractions, and high-frequency treatment in addition to cleansing, exfoliation, mask, and massage
  • The Indulgence (70 minutes) includes everything The Essential has to offer plus some extra pampering and TLC

It’s super easy to book an appointment online at either one of their locations–Brickell (inside RedBike Studios) or Coral Gables (inside Bleach & Blush)–and make your skin a priority.  With their flexible scheduling, you can easily pop in and out after school drop-off, during your lunch break, or even after the kids are in bed!  You’ll leave with glowing skin and feel ready to face the world.  And don’t forget the man and teens in your life!  Their skin needs care, too.

Be sure to follow Cle Facial Bar on Facebook and Instagram for events and special offers.  And let them know you heard about Cle here on Miami Moms Blog!

Until the end of October, use promo code MIAMIMOMS20 for 20% off your first facial at Cle Facial Bar!  Offer valid at either location (Brickell or Gables) and expires 10/31/19.

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Lynda Lantz is originally from Côte d'Ivoire, where she lived until the age of 7 when her family moved to Northern VA. She graduated with a degree in music from George Mason University and went on to work with Cru at four universities in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Florida. She was living in PA when she met her husband, Steve, on eHarmony and moved to Miami in 2011 just a few days after their wedding. Shortly before becoming SAHM, she was employed as an adoption caseworker and worked part-time with Cru at UM, and later Johnson & Wales University. Since then, she's been heavily involved in BSF which allows her to build relationships, pursue personal growth and develop leadership skills. She loves working with Miami Mom Collective and introducing people to this city she's come to call home, where she lives with her husband and two children. Connect with Lynda @mybalantzedlife on Instagram.


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