Tres Belle Spa - by Allison TraySkin Or Medi-Spa > New York (Brooklyn)
Multi-award winning Tres Belle Spa was founded by Allison Tray and her father in 2004. Staffed by only Senior Estheticians, this cozy oasis with mid-century touches is Refinery 29’s “go-to Brooklyn spa,” frequented by celebrities and dedicated locals alike.
A thoughtfully curated menu includes: Laser hair removal, photofacials, micro-current, both clinical and luxury facials, collagen induction therapy, Vi Peels, waxing, and a brow and lash bar.
Allison Tray, Founder and Co-Proprietress, has created a space in which her longtime staff has thrived and her beauty obsessed clients have relied on for over a decade. Honoring her philanthropic spirit, she has used Tres Belle Spa as a platform to raise awareness for animals, homeless women and children, and the LGBTQ community.
Oksana Egelova, Co-Proprietress and Laser Director for over 10 years, has gone on to become NYC’s foremost authority on IPL laser hair removal, treating clients of all skin types since day 1. She has also crafted skin perfecting treatments to treat sun damage, rosacea and uneven skin tone.
Paula Genna, Medical Esthetician, called by several beauty editors “The Best Esthetician in NYC” is known for infusing the skin with custom serum cocktails and offering thoughtfully curated therapies that are deeply relaxing and yield sculpted skin. She has created the protocol for Microcurrent Myolift treatment, a much buzzed about lifting, sculpting treatment that utilizes a rare custom energy delivery system with endorphin release.
Magda Bellanova, Master Esthetician, was developer of spa protocol in her native Italy. She graduated with honors both from Italian Esthetics school and here at Christine Valmy in NYC. Serious about your skin and brows but so warm and welcoming, she has cultivated a very dedicated following.
Email Tres Belle Spa directly through Charlotte’s Book or visit them for an online booking. All staff adheres to the Charlotte’s Book code: all aestheticians are licensed from the Christine Valmy School.