Sunsera Salons' name hides the fact that it's more than a hair salon—it's also a full-service spa. At one end, hairstylists expertly cut, condition, and highlight hair, or add length and volume with extensions. Meanwhile, their coworkers perform a slew of relaxing services: manicures and pedicures, facials, massages, laser hair removal, and hydrating body wraps.
Medical-grade lasers, award-winning Jan Marini skincare products, and smooth, warmed massage stones. These accoutrements await clients at Silhouette Spa and Laser, where a host of aesthetic spa services?including cosmetic tattooing, registered massage therapy, electrolysis, nails, lash extensions, tinting, and facials?administered by certified professionals help nourish and beautify bodies.
Indulgence is the theme at Natural Oasis Day Spa—whether aestheticians are performing facials with advanced Babor products or massaging away stress and last season's stomped grapes during thorough mani-pedis. Massages, meanwhile, ease tense muscles with broad, relaxing strokes, and gentle waxing and threading services clear out unwanted hair from across the body.
The technicians at Seasons Beauty & Spa offer a variety of soothing and beautifying experiences. Their services include body treatments such as Swedish massages, sugar scrubs, and foot massages, along with waxing, eyelash extensions, and facial treatments.
Using natural, organic ingredients for each and every one of her beautifying and restorative services, Mira Mamut puts the power of nature to work at Mira's Organic Spa. Tucked away in private, low-lit rooms, clients recline during coconut-mango-pineapple body wraps, which gently detoxify and cleanse skin, followed by full-body exfoliations and gentle showers that leave the entire body soft and renewed. Mamut's facials also make use of a number of botanicals and prep faces for mineral-makeup lessons and epic staring contests.
Fluid Day Spa might get its name from the in-house bubbly bathtubs, whose candlelit waters keep loose rose petals aloft. Or perhaps it refers to the inky red wine and champagne that deepens the relaxation of its spa treatments. Or, maybe it's a reference to the way muscles feel after a massage, soak, or scrub. Maybe it comes from the spa's curvy architectural lines, which undulate through the facility, but whatever the reason, it's clear "Fluid" is a fitting moniker. Treatments range from manicures to Botox, but every single service takes place in a soothingly low-lit treatment room.