The Inn on Skin is offering 15% OFF all services to DOE employees on Monday, October 9th

“Invest in your skin. It’s going to represent you for a long time,” says Jessica Carvetta, owner of The Inn on Skin. She is quoting Linden Tyler, a famous stylist and skincare professional.

carvettaThe Inn on Skin is a skin care salon in Glendale, Queens, where affordable luxury skin care and full-service esthetic treatments can be found.

On Monday, October 9th, The Inn on Skin will be open exclusively for DOE employees, and all services will be 15% OFF!

Call 718-514-5472 to make an appointment with Jessica. The Inn on Skin is located at 80-21 Myrtle Avenue in Glendale. (Entrance on 81st Street).

“We offer peaceful pampering and top-notch service in an environment Chateaux Gonflables that encourages relaxation and comfort,” said Jessica.

Jessica is the lead esthetician and owner who is dedicated to a highly personalized, integrative and comprehensive approach to skin care. As a New York State trained and licensed esthetician, she provides a thorough diagnosis of your skin and analysis of your lifestyle and its effects on your skin.

Jessica implements an arsenal of the latest technology, proprietary treatments protocols, and clinically active serums and elixirs to transform your skin.


Committed to beautiful skin, The Inn on Skin prevents, corrects, smoothes, tightens, lightens, erases, and banishes wrinkles, large pores, sun damage, age spots, skin laxity and unwanted hair.  Full-service waxing is also available.

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During the whole month of October, your inner pumpkin spice loving basic ***** can enjoy the new facial of the month – a 40 minute pumpkin spice enzyme facial.

Other elite skin services include: hydrofacials, microdermabrasion, vitamin c infusion mask, parrafin mask, chemical peels, micro-needling, fat freeze, photo light therapy, and more…

“I aspire to help my clients achieve luminous skin. My vision is for all my clients to feel warm and welcomed – like family – in The Inn on Skin full-service esthetics and skin care. Make your appointment today!” said Jessica, the Glendale native.


Brooklyn Cupcake arrives in Glendale

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Brooklyn Cupcake has made quite a name for itself.

The company was voted the number one cupcake in New York City by Daily News readers and has been given a 27 out of 30 Zagat rating. The company is even part of the chef-selected menu for VIPs at the Barclay Center, serving everyone from magazine editors to former mayor Michael Bloomberg.

And now their goal is to win over the hearts and stomachs of Glendale.

After scouting the site for a few years, the company stumbled upon the opportunity to move into a space within the heart of Atlas Park that had already been built, but had not been previously utilized.

Brooklyn Cupcake officially opened at Atlas Park two weeks ago, and they’ve already developed a loyal local following.

The new store doesn’t bake onsite, there’s a factory between the Glendale and Williamsburg locations that produces the cupcakes, but Rodriguez hinted at a uniqueness to the Brooklyn Cupcake treats.

“We give a cultural cupcake experience,” she said, adding that some of her counterparts miss that aspect in their baking. “There are some people who make the same flavors, but it’s not the same cupcake.”

Besides classic flavors such as strawberry cheesecake and cookies and cream, most of the cupcakes pay homage to Rodriguez’s Puerto Rican and Italian lineage. Her mother is Italian while her father is Puerto Rican.

Some of their cupcakes are staples, such as Guava con Queso, Tortoni, Coquito, Tiramisu, Flan de Queso and Dulce de Leche.

Read the full story at the Glendale Register