Rejuvenate with a Slope Suds massage & style

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In the world of multiple-roommate-living, returning home after a long day to soak in the tub just isn’t what it should be. How often do we long for our own space, even for an hour or so, to wash away the cares of the world—to detox from a day in the city? At Slope Suds, the mini-hideaway of a salon and spa in the thick of Park Slope, you can do just that: make it all disappear. To help it happen, the Slope Suds crew and owner Karla Mironov are pitching in an hour-long massage and style & conditioning treatment (a $140 value!) for the RAFFLE OF THE CENTURY.

Mironov, a seasoned stylist and Park Sloper since 1997, opened Suds four years ago across the street in a smaller space. Now it has a full massage room, and offers pay-by-the-minute massages, a touch-therapy skin treatment massage, hairstyling, body-waxing and detoxifying skin treatments. Fellas, should you walk away with this prize, you always have the option of a simple trim and scalp treatment.

And with its late hours, there’ll be no more having to sneak out of work (or wherever) to make your raffle-won beauty appointment. Slope Suds is open ’til 9 on Tuesdays and ’til 8 from Wednesday to Saturday—so really whenever you need it most.

The First Annual Brokelyn Charity Ball will be held June 10 from 7 to 11 at at Night Owl in Williamsburg, 160 N. 4th St. at Bedford Ave. Coming? Let us know by RSVPing in the Facebook page, where you can also see all the other fine prizes.

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