With a repertoire that includes urgent, family, and occupational medicine, the physician-led staff at Affinity Immediate Care seeks to provide quicker and less-expensive services than emergency rooms. In addition to treating sprains, diabetes, and the flu, the specialists conduct work-related physicals and drug testing for employers. To keep ladies ship shape, the Well Woman program emphasizes the importance of annual examinations.
Tuscany Village Salons' LaSheena Holmes specializes in weaving, color work, and box and microbraiding. She styles hair with an always-present passion for helping her clients feel confident. LaSheena sees clients by appointment only.
Josephine's Day Spa and Salon offers a range of award-winning salon and spa services to choose from, including all hair-care services, waxing and hair tinting, facials, makeup applications, and mani-pedis. If you don't have an area of your body that necessitates cookies and special attention, play human roulette and randomly select a limb or terminus for pampering. Get a 30-minute botanical resurfacing facial enhancement ($75) that buffs your skin with tourmaline, or combine a shampoo and women's cut ($45+) with a lip or chin wax (each $18+). Give your legs some well-deserved attention for propping up your torso with a full leg wax ($78+), or pamper your most distal digits with an Aveda Caribbean Therapy foot treatment ($65).
Aisha Khalid opened her first women-only salon and spa in 1994 and has since expanded her beautifying services to 10 family-owned locations. The business specializes in haircare, herbal facials, henna tattoos, threading, and body waxing, which, despite its name, is not the creation of a wax statue of Marilyn Monroe, Abe Lincoln, or Abe’s torso on Marilyn’s legs. The salon is open every day of the week, accommodating clients with various schedules, and the staff takes pride in being friendly and maintaining a clean atmosphere.
The facials at Facelogic Spa aim to make people feel like they're floating. Not just because of the soothing products used or the aestheticians' massage techniques, but because every client sits in a cloud-like zero-gravity recliner during their service. Unlike a traditional massage table, these chairs elevate legs to take stress off the spine and make the body feel as if it's hovering like a slice of cucumber on an air-hockey table.
While clients are suspended in this stress-free state, aestheticians tend to professional-strength skincare with a roster of masks, peels, and serums. Advanced options include chemical peels to brighten, resurface, and exfoliate faces.
Aesthetic Alternatives' certified, skin-savvy staff clears the sands of time from faces and necks, unveiling refreshed mugs with a one-hour microdermabrasion treatment. Practiced hands employ exfoliation and slight suction to distance visages from fine line and wrinkles, stimulating blood flow and the production of new cells until skin surfaces are smoother and more brilliant than Plato on a dance floor. Throughout the scrubbing session, an exfoliant clears out cellular clutter, reducing pore and blemish visibility for a brighter complexion, and eliminating blackheads and helping lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.