Like Christmas in August🎁

Hello everyone!

Here at Anton’s we have , at least, two months that our clients look forward to most. One is March, the other is August. Why? It’s the BOGO sale on ALL retail items in our boutique. This is the month to stock up on all your favorite products, and , it’s a great time to try some new ones for a discounted price.

Maybe there is a skincare line you’ve been wanting to try. August is a perfect month to make a switch and give it a try. And, of course, as always, our products are 100% guaranteed. If you are not a fan of something, we are glad to exchange it for one that works for you. Just to be sure you are getting the best products for your personal needs, we are always more than happy to consult with you at any time. We have plenty of qualified stylists, estheticians, nail technicians and registered nurses… to help you choose wisely.

Hope everyone is enjoying their summer( using SPF, OF COURSE😉),and we hope you are able to take advantage of our August BOGO!

Xoxo, Jen

 

 

It’s the little things

Hello everyone. And Happy Independance day!

I recently spent a couple of days out of town on a ” girls getaway” with my sister. We decided on a resort and spa on A beautiful lake in northern Wisconsin. We had been planning this trip away for quite a while, and , it goes without saying, we were looking forward to time away and some R&R. The resort and spa looked amazing on the website, and, we justified spending a bit more to have a pampered and comfortable stay.

I wont lie, I am a bit picky. I work in an amazing spa, that I’ve always had the best treatments and I have high expectations because of this. Also, I , like most people, don’t want to spend my hard earned money needlessly.

We checked in at the resort, and went immediately to the spa. It was beautiful. We were given a tour and a form to ascertain our preferences and any important medical information. We were given lockers with cozy robes and slippers and shown to a luxurious relax room.

The treatments and amenities were fabulous and were worth every penny. I was impressed, and that’s a big compliment.

Unfortunately , my bubble would soon burst.

We got to our room, opened the door, and were immediately back in 1972. It was awful. Dirty carpet, No amenities, furniture I think I had as a child, and a bathroom the size of a closet. No coffee, tea or water. No microwave. Children running up and down the halls all night. A/C that barely worked and was probably originally put in in the 50’s .

This entire experience made me think about the little things. All of the small positive things that make for a great experience. How, after a fabulous experience in the spa, it was all ruined by the room.

I think as a consumer, who works hard , you should get what you pay for. And, if you do, it’s important to let the business know that they are hitting the nail on the head.

I gave a glowing review, both to the spa and yelp, for the awesome spa experience. I also filled out a survey letting the resort know where they are not excelling, and why I was disappointed.

Hopefully, they will take my opinion to heart and make necessary action. And, hopefully, the spa manager will praise their employees for a job well done.

As for me, I will always try to remember the little things and continue to serve my guest the best way I can.

XOXO Jen