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Meet the Cleanse Concierge: The wellness service of the Hamptons elite


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(Photo: Izo Cleanse)

What do well-heeled Hamptons residents do when they can’t find time to make fresh green juices or book an acupuncture session to complement the cleansing process?

Hire Cleanse Concierge, of course, an off-shoot of spiritual-leaning insider juice brand Izo Cleanse, which literally involves founder Tim Martin showing up at the door armed with a toolkit full of detoxification support tools.

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The Hamptons Cleanse Concierge, Tim Martin (Photo Izo Cleanse)

“It’s not so much that they need help to do a juice cleanse. It’s that they want to go deeper in the experience,” says Martin, who heads due East from Los Angeles to offer the service for the summer. “They want an experience with different modalities that enhance the cleanse, and sometimes they want to go beyond the physical and into the emotional and spiritual realms of the cleanse experience.”

So he sets up his juicer, personalizes each cleanse, and offers an array of other services, like booking yoga teachers and colonics or spiritual counseling. Having your very own concierge starts at $300–500 per day, with lots of add-ons, like a $1,000-per-week “Evolution Design” program for deep spiritual work.

Martin says this is the third year he’s offering Cleanse Concierge and that he’ll be serving about 20 clients through August. He can’t dish on the specifics of whose houses he’ll be headed to, but some of Izo Cleanse’s most vocal fans are Donna Karan and Gwyneth Paltrow. They’re both in the Hamptons this summer, so we’ll just leave it at that. —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information, visit www.cleanseconcierge.net