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Important Note: We at Samba Day Spa DO NOT provide massages of any kind.

Samba Day Spa is a skin care spa that specializes in providing you the most up to date skin care. Rose Resende, Licensed Esthetician was born and raised in Brazil moved to America in 1988, has been living here in Bay Area for many years.

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Samba Day SpaIn 2008, she graduated from Zenzi’s Cosmetology Training Center and passed the California State Board requirements. With trends changing in the esthetics and beauty industry, Rose is diligent about keeping up her skills up to date. In late 2008, she obtained a certificate in Skin Biology & Chemical Peel. She regularly attends seminars held by various product companies, manufactures and attends classes offered by Image Skincare International Training Institute quite frequently. Rose works with both men and woman right out her home spa. A place as you walk in you will feel very conferrable and in peace. If you’re getting just a simple mini facial, waxing or even a body wrap you will feel right at home with the positive and happy atmosphere. Rose treats her customers as family she enjoys working with her customers up close, keeping up with their treatments even after they leave. She feels that taking care of our skin will promote physical, spiritual and well being. Rose is a very up beat person so when you come take care of your skin, you are also taking care of your attitude towards how you should feel about yourself.


Endermologie Massages is a non-surgical techniques of reducing cellulite and improving the skin tone. This treatment for skin toning, cellulite, post liposuction patients and sports injuries.

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Facial is a facial treatment, consultation, detailed analysis to determine your skin type, diagnosis to unveil any signs of inner health and well being issues, and comprehensive aftercare advice.

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Waxing is performed by applying a thin layer of wax over the skin. A waxing strip is then pressed on the top and ripped off against the direction of hair growth.

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