The aestheticians at Divine Threading Studio treat clients to services as modern as Dermalogica facials and as traditional as henna tattoos. The salon specializes in depilation treatments, which remove hair using either the familiar heated-wax method or the ancient Eastern threading technique that's considered more appealing to people with sensitive skin. The aestheticians also showcase their precise handiwork by applying intricately designed henna tattoos, which weave their way up the hands and arms of brides-to-be or clients who want to test-drive a tattoo design for a few weeks. For a finishing touch, clients can ask for an ear or nose piercing, face accessories as stylish as Mr. Potato Head's during Fashion Week.
Thanks to its recent remodel, one might be surprised to hear that the salon and spa known as Christopher Stephens has pampered clients with personalized beauty treatments for the past 15 years. The salon’s stylists draw on the experience amassed in that period to add length and definition to manes with 100% human-hair extensions and bioionic straightening tools. Not to be outdone, the aestheticians brighten complexions with seven types of facials and bronze skin with UV-free airbrush-tanning solutions. Whether styling hair or scraping off the sticky remnants of a nightly cocoon, Christopher Stephens’s staff members pride themselves on using professional beauty products from brands such as OPI, Keratin Complex, and BareMinerals.
The skin specialists at HNB MediSkin don't compromise health for beauty. Instead, they ally up-to-date cosmetic technology with customized treatments to bring their clients the best of both worlds. An Omnia Imaging System maps its features to scout for damage and determine the ideal longitude and latitude for a backup nose. Employees can then apply Dr. J SkinClinic products designed to treat a variety of ailments, from acne to wrinkles to pigmentation. Their services adjust their ingredients, which are USDA-certified organic, to combat both common skin problems and aesthetic issues related to surgery and pregnancy.
Inside The Skin Spa & Wellness Center's cozy boutique atmosphere, massage therapists and aestheticians pluck products from around the world to soothe individual complaints. Aestheticians pamper fa?ades with mud imported from Italy or exfoliate dry skin with Hungarian salt. During massage services, aromatherapy hailing from France sends nose receptors on exotic vacations. To reap the full benefits of each facial, waxing, or body service, the staff recommends booking services in advance to block out a time slot and ensure unhurried, leisurely service.
Living Life Medspa's medical director, Dr. John O. Dimowo, performs health and beauty procedures using advanced training in a wide variety of medical specialties. In addition to being board certified in both anesthesiology and pain medicine, Dr. Dimowo is a member of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. He is also an acupuncturist, a cardiovascular anesthesiologist, and was recently trained in the use of 3-D/4-D neonatal echocardiography.
Dr. Dimowo is one of the few qualified surgeons in the Inland Empire to use SmartLipo technology to help patients reach their body-contouring goals. To combat signs of aging, he employs infrared-light-based Titan treatments and cosmetic injectables. His team also specializes in massage therapy and aesthetic services such as facials, peels, and eyelash-enhancing treatments, which add volume without the need for mascara or tiny bicycle pumps.
The staff at Focus Medical Spa understands that no two patients are the same. That’s why an aesthetician, certified nurse, or board-certified doctor will design a treatment package to suit each client after a free consultation. Using products from Obagi, Dermagenetics, and the med spa’s own signature line, aestheticians treat wrinkles and blemishes with acne solutions, lift effect facials, and glycolic-acid peels. Laser technicians also use beams of light to remove spider veins and unwanted hair. The lasers have other functions, too; they remove signs of aging such as broken capillaries and dark pigment, and they make cool sounds when you tap them with a tuning fork.