Redmint opens a blissful new spa and herbal bar on Fillmore Street + more style scoop

Andrew M. Santos

Mind-body healing is on the menu at Redmint’s second wellness sanctuary, now open in Pacific Heights.

Plus, Credo Beauty’s Exa brand just released a colorful new product, and the first SF West Coast Craft of 2022 is on tap next weekend.


Exa’s new color corrector conceals all. Buh-bye, dark circles, blemishes.

(Courtesy of Exa)

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost two years since Credo Beauty launched its first makeup line, Exa—with 43 shades of foundation. The super-clean brand’s new High Fidelity Color Corrector ($27), meant to complement the award-winning foundation, is a face-changer.

Designed for all skin tones and types, the smooth and blendable formula targets and neutralizes dark circles, redness, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. It features an active blend of marshmallow root, licorice root, and rice bran extract that help reduce the appearance of dark spots over time (merci!).

Here’s the breakdown of the six shades: Green and yellow are good for all skin tones. The former neutralizes redness, the latter amps up brightness and neutralizes dark circles. The pink, peach, deep peach, and red-orange are designed for specific complexions, from fairest fair to darkest dark.

Exa is available at Credo stores and online.

// 2136 Fillmore St. (Pacific Heights), 552 Hayes St.(Hayes Valley), exabeauty.com and credobeauty.com

Say aah! Redmint’s second urban-wellness retreat just debuted in Pac Heights.

(Courtesy of Redmint)

Ever since its opened in Cow Hollow, Redmint has been a sanctuary for in-the-know locals seeking wellness from the inside out and vice versa—exactly why the new Fillmore Street location is cause for self-care celebration. The new oasis will also provide a range of skincare and beauty treatments, acupuncture and therapeutic bodywork—all inspired by Traditional Chinese Medicine paired with modern innovations.

The space is stunning…spare, soothing, and beautifully appointed, reflecting its Eastern philosophy. We especially heart the glorious herbal bar, a must-sit/sip before or after your lymphatic drainage, Swedish massage, cupping or gua sha, CBD or LED facial. On the menu: a range of herbal tonic, teas, and lattes.

Coming soon: lifestyle and wellness events, and exercise classes. (Balanced qi, here we come.) Also make sure to check out Redmint’s own TCM-forward beauty and body products, herbal extracts, and wellness tools.

// Book an appointment; 2044 Fillmore Street (Pacific Heights), redmint.com

Good Shopping Alert:  SF’s West Coast Craft at Fort Mason is coming soon. 

(Courtesy of West Coast Craft)

Yep, it’s still outside and still one day only. But we’ll take it, and be there on Saturday, April 9th when our favorite craft market hits Fort Mason. The free event (pets welcome) will feature more than 100 Cali-centric makers, designers, and artists hawking wares that are sure to add color, style, and happiness to your wardrobe, home, and being. Just a few of the vendors we’re looking forward to checking out include: Neutral Ground, Oliver Charles , Marie Anjeli Ceramics, Vida Frida, Sa’oti Jewelry, and Happy Organics.

// 10am to 3pm, April 9; Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion (outside), 2 Marina Blvd (Marina),westcoastcraft.com

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