This place is as racist and bigoted as they come. We just went in to look for t-shirts and the owner made freaked out because we touched one on the T-shirts to look at the pattern. In asking her what happened she said we could leave and pointed us to the door. I told her she was being rude and she told me (a guy of Indian descent) to go back to India. Such blatant racism in a tourist town is totally unacceptable. The worst part is she was also an immigrant. Did not know key west was this racist.
My mom bought some of their Cream that she was very happy with. But, they manage to double charge her credit card. I have now called about 20 times, both on the mobil number they gave me and their business phone. Left message and message. The few times I get a hold of them, they tell me, that they are not able to reverse the charge back, until they are in front of the computer.Also left my phone number and no calls back.They even told me, they have problems with double charges often. So if you shop here, pay cash, so you do not have to go through the hassel of doing a charge back. I am thinking they might be going backrupt, since they do these double charger. So buyer beware.Very unhappy customer.
My sister in law and I were walking down Front Street in Key West, when Roy, the owner of life in paradise stopped us and took us into his store that sells Vine Vida skin care products. It is made with Resveratol, the active anti oxidant in red wine, and he proceeded to amaze me with his knowledge and selling skills. I have been in retail sales for many years, and although retired, was totally impressed with this young man's mastery of sales. As he applied the eye serum and dark circle eye cream on my sister in law's eyes, and then mine, the results were amazing. I recommend this product, and this location to anyone interested in staving off the aging process. Roy, you promised you would honor the price in 2 years, and I am holding you to it!!!