Since our inception in 2005, Cranberries has emerged as one of Vancouver’s funkiest, friendliest and most innovative boutique spas. We specialize in waxing, facials and nails. But what really sets us apart?
- We believe all of us are innately beautiful in our own way. Innate, individual beauty should not be changed, only accentuated and enhanced. We actively listen to our clients and strive to meet their unique needs.
- We’re a highly experienced team of hands-on owners and happy staff. We take pride in our work and enjoy what we do. What’s not to love about helping people look and feel their “berry best”?
- We like our clients and enjoy seeing them often. So doesn’t it make sense to offer them exceptional service at reasonable prices? You bet it does! Browse through the Service Menu to check out our competitive rates, and for a list of other sweet deals, see our Seasonal and Daily Specials.
- We feel strongly about being more than just a business; we’re also contributing members of a far-reaching community. From the Underwear Affair fundraiser for the BC Cancer Foundation to Doctors Without Borders and their aid to Haitian earthquake victims, we participate in and donate to a host of important causes. It brings us great satisfaction to help people feel connected, loved and excited about life!
- We’re committed to continued growth and envision Cranberries taking root in other communities.
Christy Denton, Owner
|Skin and nail beautifier extraordinaire, Blanche MacDonald Centre graduate Christy Denton brings 13 years’ esthetic experience to her ownership role at Cranberries Spa. Christy is very much a “hands on” owner, taking pride in providing customers with her specialty services, which include waxing, natural nails (manicures and pedicures) as well as gel polish and gel nail enhancements. And, like any dedicated professional, she regularly attends seminars and conferences to stay on top of her game.|
Christy’s path towards creating one of Vancouver’s favourite boutique spas brought her here from the aptly named small town of Little Fort, BC. (With a population of 200-300, the community is located an hour north of Kamloops. Christy’s parents still live there and enjoy tending their hobby farm.) Following a short stint in Kamloops, Christy found she took to “city life” well enough to take the next big step. She moved to Vancouver at the age of 23.
One day while getting her nails done, she learned that her esthetician’s mother had taken the Blanche MacDonald program. Christy was so impressed with what the program had to offer that she registered two months later. She pursued her studies on a part-time basis while continuing to hone her esthetic skills working fulltime.
During the course of her considerable career, Christy has worked in only three spas, gathering loyal clients along the way. Some of these clients have followed Christy from the beginning and continue to spend their “me time” with her.
Christy’s own “me time” is frequently shared with friends, family and her little dog, a playful Havanese called Poppy.
Photo: Rebecca Bollwitt -
Photo: Rebecca Bollwitt -