Portland >Oasis Foot Spa
Binh and Fan are FAB!. I have been going to Oasis for about 3 years now and have never been dissapointed! They really take time for you and the massage is the best part. These girls know how to massage! I cannot go anywhere else now .. Very clean too
Great massage. Oasis is the only place to go for a mani/pedi. I am continually dissapointed in this service everywhere I go except for Oasis. Nobody is more professional than they are. The salon is clean, usually quiet, they play Jazz, and also offer water or wine. Bihn gives the BEST massage ever! Their pedi's and mani's last forever too! I don't know who the last reviewer was speaking of but, if it was an employee I hope she won't be loud when I have an appointment. But then again, I would say something and not just sit there letting it ruin my appt. Anyway, 5 stars for Bihn and Oasis Foot Spa in The Pearl.
too loud!. I was so stressed out when I left! One of the manicurist was talking so loudly I thought it was a client and they couldn't say something to her. She talked about her step-mom and fathers divorce. The money problems and allot of other things I don't want to hear about so loudly you couldn't ignore it. Never again!
Incredible service and value. I admit I am a frequent pedi indulger. I can appreciate the "Asian chop shops" for the value and understand that the quality of service is at times dependent on the amount of money spent. Oasis foot spa is the perfect balance of quality and value. My girlfriend introduced me to this place and Binh and Fan are incredible! They totally take their time with the buffing, cleaning but also spend quality time with the massage. I was just at the Barefoot Sage this past weekend, and my massages at the Oasis were SO much better than at the Sage. Oasis' prices are very reasonable, I never feel rushed or feel like I've been squeezed in. I've also had pedicures at Dosha, and once again, the Oasis is so far superior!
Best pedicure ever!. A friend and I went for our first pedicure this past weekend at the urging of another friend who's a long standing client of Oasis. We both LOVED it! Neither one of us are newbies to pedicures, and are fairly picky about service and results, we were throughly pleased with both. That said, the reflexology massage can be very intense for some, but all you have to ask is for them to take it down a notch if you're sensitive. If you like deep tissue massage or really good reflexology treatments - then you are in for an unexpected treat! The atmosphere is in keeping with this quieter corner of the Pearl. Prices are also great with none of the tackiness and chemical laden air you'll in so many strip mall nail salons.
Sore foot, not good enough exfoliation.
I was a walk-in to this spa, so maybe I should have made an appointment to see the manicurist to get a better treatment. But the way I figure, I paid a lot of money to be satisfied, and I was not.
First off, the soaking treatment and scrub were not what I have seen from the past. My heels were not buffed enough and were rough after the treatment. In addition to that, when the pedicurist buffed the sides of my feet, her pumice stone buffed my pinkie toe bone and cut my skin there. When I winced, she asked me if I was ticklish. I didn't want to be mean so I said yes.
The manicure was alright but the paint chipped in 3-4 days and wasn't what I had expected. I won't be returning.
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