We’re Spruce and Honey Waxing Parlor – a natural waxing and apothecary shop located in the charming Cannery District of Bozeman, Montana.
Welcome to our little blog where we’ll be breaking down the waxing experience from top to bottom (literally) while giving you our favorite content surrounding natural skincare, modern beauty, health and wellness.
We promise to always make you feel comfortable and at ease here, so leave your worries (and modesty) at the door.
Being a Bozeman-based small business, we’re pretty darn lucky to call this little western town home. Not only are the views and landscapes incredible, but also the people that make up this space are the best there ever was.
As small town, most of the people here own and operate their own businesses that add so much value to the lives of the people that live here. From the customer experience to the service, they really make you feel cared for and appreciated.
So for this month’s blog post, we’re rounding out our go-to spots for a little self-care and pampering in hopes of spreading a little love to the businesses that do so much for us. Take a peek at where to get pampered below.
Where to get waxed
We may be a little biased, but our waxing team here at Spruce and Honey is the bees knees. Each of our professional waxers makes you feel extremely comfortable and cared for during every waxing session. And the results? Well, we think they speak for themselves.
Where to shop
First up on our list is Salchicha, a curated women’s clothing shop in the Northside District of Bozeman. Salchicha provides effortless pieces that stand the test of time and changing trends. Plus, you can never go wrong with Kait’s style.
Wilder Goods is next on our list. They offer artful, earth-friendly goods and textile art in The Emerson Cultural Center. Our friend Mariah owns this studio space and gives a tasteful, minimalistic approach to modern design.
Finally, the garment-artists of Fawn + Co handpick and distress each piece of vintage clothing that comes into their shop. Looking for the perfect pair of denim-anything? Look no further.
Where to get a facial
Seine Tucker of Classic Skin is not only our sweet Cannery District neighbor, but also one of the most knowledgeable estheticians in town. She really focuses on customizing each experience to suit your skin care needs, making for a facial experience that will keep you coming back for more.
Our other favorite beauty guru is Lily of Nectar Skin Studio, who specializes in healing facial experiences that nourish the skin and spirit. You’ll also love her beautiful studio space located right in Downtown Bozeman.
Where to get zen
It wouldn’t be a day of pampering without a massage from Annie Awe Massage. Her restful touch and fresh technique is everything you’d ever want in a little self-care. She truly customizes each treatment to accommodate your needs. I highly recommend adding on the “face lift massage” using her H is for Love products.
Next, check out PRH Acupuncture. We love acupuncture for its ability to reduce stress and bring balance to the body and mind. The ambiance of PRH is one of the most relaxing and zen experiences in Bozeman. You will seriously feel at ease the second you walk through the door.
Where to eat and drink
To be honest, we could have put a lot more on this list, because we love the food here in Bozeman so so much! But in order to keep things light, we rounded up three that we love and adore.
The Farmer's Daughters Café are sure to be on our list. Sisters Haylee and Hillary Folkvord opened up this modern, healthy café this past fall in order to bring Bozeman a healthier, but just as delicious, food option. We think they hit the spot.
Next up is one of our all-time favorites, Fink’s Deli. They source local meats and use the freshest ingredients in town. Try the portabello sandwich and farro salad - you’ll never look at food the same way ever again.
And to round up the food scene, you can never go wrong with Stacey’s Old Faithful Bar and Steakhouse out in Gallatin Gateway. It’s the local watering hole where all the cowboys go to eat and pony up - one of our favorites in town!
Finally, it would not be a day of pampering without finishing things off with a cocktail or two.
Ever wonder what happened to our rad microblader Nicole? Well she just opened up the coolest bar in Downtown Bozeman called El Camino - think Iaid back , retro interior with a rebel, stoner vibe. And they have slushies!
We hope this blog post helps you decide where to go when you’re in need of a little self-care. We know each of these businesses delivers the utmost care and can’t wait for you to experience what we have come to know and love.
S + H