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Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for one custom corrective facial (a $70 value)
- $95 for three custom corrective facials (a $210 value)<p>
After an analysis of the client’s skin, aestheticians choose one of six corrective facials to brighten and rejuvenate the complexion. For example, the antioxidant facial wards off signs of aging with a vitamin C–infused serum, whereas the clarifying facial eliminates acne with extractions and an antibacterial purifying mask. Depending on the client’s skin issues, sessions can take up to one hour. Click here for a full list of available facials.<p>
Adonia Skin Wellness Spa
The saying "practice makes perfect" couldn't ring more true for nutritionist Sadhana Bahl, who spent 1,380 hours training to become a licensed paramedical aesthetician. The owner of Adonia Skin Wellness Spa works alongside aesthetician J. Brooke Thurmond, an advanced medical skincare specialist who also clocked 1,380 hours of training, in her quest to develop the skills necessary to treat and correct common skin disorders. Together, Team Adonia tackles everything from rosacea to enlarged pores using advanced aesthetic treatments and products from Image Skincare and PCA Skin. The spa's corrective facials are customized to each client’s skin type, and the signature Indian herb facial uses ayurvedic principles and ingredients such as turmeric, sandalwood, and aloe vera to balance the skin. Bahl and Thurmond also foster glowing complexions by exfoliating the epidermis with crystal or diamond microdermabrasion treatments or with LED light therapy, which uses blue light to kill bacteria and make acne feel so sad it leaves.