Shomer Shabbos-owned Howell Barber Introductory Special

[COMMUNICATED] In Honor of our grand opening we are offering a 1 week special. Valid through next week Tuesday 8/7. 

A foot scrub -removes calloused and dead skin, cuts and cleans Nails, and a foot Massage. Regular Price is $35 Intro Special $20.
(Done in a semi private setting)
Haircut With shampoo and hot/cold Towel regular price $20 Intro special $15
We offer free drinks at all times and a relaxing atmosphere! We take care of you from your Head to your Toes!
Shomer Shabbos owned.
Located at 5174 Rt 9 South Howell NJ 07731. in the same plaza as Studio L Furniture, Across the street from BJ’S
Phone number, ‭(732) 987-5375
Hours
Sunday through Thursday 9:AM-9:00PM
Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Gift cards available, can be picked up mailed or emailed! Great gift to buy your husband!
 Your friends at Howell Barber
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15 COMMENTS

  1. It’s a barber shop so what’s peshat of the foot scrub? If it’s a barber shop I am going in to get my hair shortened it has nothing to do with a foot scrub , and if its just another service to get people to come into the store then they should say it like it is A Barber & Foot Scrub place. The implication is Marois Ayin if I go to a barber I don’t want if someone sees me to think that I went for a foot scrub , nothing wrong with foot scrubs and peeling off some dead skn it’s just two separate things and it should stay that way .

  2. Hershy- some people at this point in their life have little hair on their head and so they want to feel that it was worth the trip to Howell, thus the foot scrub…

  3. Amazing place. Amazing service. Long overdue. Done with tznius. A huge Kovod Habrios and my feet feel much better. I’m sure Brooklyn and Monsey will follow with services like this

  4. Only on rare occasion do I travel through howell. It’s not worth it. You get stopped by a cop which is most likely and there goes your haircut. Points and a fine. Shame it’s in howell I would go if it’s in lkwd.

  5. Gevaldig Gevaldig so is the peshat that you get 2 services for one price , or is it that the barber is one price and the foot scrub is an additional price ? It’s not clearly outlined how the charges work. Hershy mentioned Marois Ayin I think what he referred to was that it used to be that a scrub is a women’s thing , but nowadays that’s not the case anymore , it’s now done for both male and female , he must have referred to Lo Silbash as the Rambam learns but nowadays it’s a dual thing so it’s not shaiich .

  6. Moshe Ber the Rambam learns peshat on Lo Shilbash as you state , but in this case I don’t think that it applies beklal because it’s a health issue , people don’t go stam for a foot scrub , it’s that they need a foot scrub so it’s a inyan of almost a medical issue and it goes out of the entire roam of Lo Silbash . But thanks for the haoorah . Keep on steiging

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