About Beauty’s experienced staff stays up-to-date on current beauty trends to help spruce up men's and women's hair, skin, and nails. Equipped with products from brands such as Nexus, Redken, and TIGI, stylists slice strands during haircuts that include soothing scalp massages, conditioning, and secret Morse-code messages hidden in the scissors' snips. A full roster of customized skin care services swathes visages in cleansing treatments, such as botanical extracts, seaweed products, and aromatherapy masks. During their stay, clients can anchor their submarines in About Beauty's free, nearby parking spaces.
Gold Spa owner Jina understands that many of her clients have hectic schedules. In turn, she keeps convenient hours: the spa is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. When guests find the time to stop by, they can relax with a wide variety of services, ranging from facials to nail treatments to massages.
Gold Spa?s technicians also administer body-slimming treatments enhanced by Nu Skin products, which can help guests slenderize and become more aerodynamic for optimal speed on the slip 'n' slide.
At Beauty Unlimited, skin specialists and massage therapists combine their skills to offer services in three categories—facials, massage, and waxing. The first involves hypoallergenic products combined with classic European facials, collagen facials, and acne treatments. In addition, microdermabrasion—used on the face, neck, and décolletage—can effectively resurface and rejuvenate aging skin, and a beautifying ultrasound treatment ensures there are no babies growing inside the forehead.
The second category has Beauty Unlimited’s team relieving stress with Swedish and deep-tissue massage, both available in 60- and 90-minute increments. Lastly, there's waxing. After receiving a brow wax, or a wax on any other part of the body, for that matter, clients can indulge in lash or brow tints, intended to enhance facial features without the need to reapply makeup.
Jorge and Jessica opened Antidote Salon in 2009, combining his hair-cutting skills and her make-up artistry to cure their clients of tired styles. Today their salon is known for its emphasis on customer service, its wide range of skin treatments, and for being part of the Aveda network of salons. But Jorge and Jessica's main focus has always been on their clients. Every visit to the salon side starts with an in-depth consultation about the client's needs and lifestyle to create just the right look. Throughout the salon, the team designs new 'dos and treats skin solely with Aveda products that are as friendly to the environment as a venture capitalist who just found out leaves are worth their weight in gold.
Almost as long as the list of ingredients that Simply Green Day Spa?s organic nail polishes include is the list of common polish chemicals that they don?t. The colorful hues from SpaRitual and Butter London eschew DBA, toluene, formaldehyde, parabens, and phtalates?and none were tested on animals. By using products such as these, Simply Green simultaneously nurtures both its clients and the environment. While nail technicians wield the nontoxic polishes and acetone-free polish remover, augmenting mani-pedis with sugar and salt scrubs and hot-stone massages, skincare experts turn to natural facial treatments. Antioxidants from blueberries and vitamin C set to work on blemishes along with exfoliation, masks, and steam, which helps patrons clear their clogged pores without trying to suck out dirt with a Shop-Vac. All skincare treatments are performed using Organic Philosophy, Natural and Organic Skin Care, and Eminence Organic products, which are all made using organic ingredients, such as fruit pulp, plants, and spices.
Simply Green Day Spa?s staff also eases aches and stress with Swedish, deep-tissue, and prenatal massages. After a thorough coddling, waxing specialists banish leg hair or evict unwanted fuzz from the face, leaving patrons completely made over. Setting the stage for these transformations, Simply Green?s decor lives up to its name?s other meaning with plush green armchairs arranged amid sage-green walls, a rock fountain, and sweeping white curtains.