Day Spa Magazine – October 2012

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In 2002, Cox and her husband bought a house in Los Angeles and she turned the second bedroom and bathroom into her spa space. Over the next two years, the couple converted the home’s separate garage into what is now the Pampered People Spa: a zen-like cottage with two treatment rooms, a retail area and a bathroom. (Cox still keeps her expenses down by not expanding any further.) A garden with a hammock and comfortable seating creates another peaceful space for clients to enjoy pre- and post-treatment. And the business’s official mascot, Cox’s Tibetan terrier “Pampy,” lovingly watches over the whole operation.

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