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Ciao Bella Salon & Spa offers Senior Living Communities and their Residents - Caring and Committed Personalized Service.


Call us today to learn how Ciao Bella can help your Senior Living Community.

Is your community keeping up with the demands of today’s younger prospects?

A high-end salon and spa demonstrates your commitment to your future residents.

Complete Salon Management at no cost to your Senior Living Facility! Beauty is Ageless—and for over 25 years, Tina Fortebuono, Salon Owner & Operator has built her business on just that.  Locally managed, Tina and her experienced staff of licensed professionals provide complete hands-on salon management in senior living communities.  Ciao Bella handles all staffing, training, supplies, as well as flexible hours, easy billing and provides full insurance.

Today’s seniors want modern styles and colors, plus facials and great manicures and pedicures. At Ciao Bella Salon and Spa, our team members want our residents to look and feel fantastic, and receive a lot of joy from helping them do that!  Services offered at Ciao Bella Salon & Spa are customized for our clientele. Ciao Bella’s chairs and sinks are designed for people with limited movement. Salon Management ensures all stylists are familiar with each facility's unique salon operations, as well as ensure all employees receive yearly dementia training, including how to work with nurses and physical therapists. 

Whether your residents are enjoying a styling or setting, massage, manicure or pedicure - Ciao Bella Salon and Spa will give them a spa experience, right under your roof - at an affordable price!

For This Main Line Entrepreneur, Beauty Is Ageless

Ciao Bella Celebrates 30 Years In Business

Tina Fortebuono turned a $20K investment into a million-dollar beauty empire by catering to an unlikely clientele.

Back in 1993, 25-year old Tina Fortebuono dreamed of owning her own salon. Just one would do, but she wanted it to be near King of Prussia, her hometown. Her family was there, as were the loyal clients she garnered working as a stylist in a high-end salon in the King of Prussia Mall.

Still, Fortebuono didn’t have wealthy investors, corporate backing or a trust fund. Other girls at Archbishop John Carroll High School had closets filled with cardigans; Fortebuono had one. She didn’t complain. Fortebuono knew that her parents had immigrated to the US from Italy to provide better lives for their children. When Fortebuono was ready to open her own salon, her  parents took out a second mortgage and gave her $20,000 to get started. They wanted to help Fortebuono find her piece of the American dream. She intended to do exactly that.  Click below for the entire story. 

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