Private Practice of Annapolis is the domain of Tammy Kennedy Wolfe, the clinic owner and head aesthetician who's been reforming troubled complexions since 1976. The skincare expert has experience in camouflage therapy from a Washington D.C. hospital burn unit, as well as has worked with the prestigious Johns Hopkins dermatology center. She's joined by plastic surgeon Dr. James Chappell, and aesthetician/makeup artist Christina Noelle Somensky, who has created looks for national advertising campaigns and TV shows.
The team refreshes faces with everything from Botox injections to microdermabrasion treatments to medical-grade facial peels. Once complexions are restored, Christina swoops in with airbrush tools and lipstick brushes to create flawless faces.
After more than 25 years spent promoting and practicing wellness, Jandel Benjamin can untie nearly any knot a muscle can get itself into. The nutritionist and massage therapist draws on a wealth of knowledge to relieve pain and improve circulation during Swedish and deep-tissue massages. Benjamin’s talents stretch far beyond these traditional modalities, encompassing specialty techniques such as lymphatic drainage, reflexology, and hot-stone therapy. There’s even a modality tailored specifically to expectant mothers. This pregnancy massage combines strokes and kneads to relieve back pain and tap out lullabies in Morse code.
Solace Salon and Day Spa and its staff of experienced aestheticians give clients a plethora of pampering with a haircut ($55), a hair-conditioning treatment and blow-dry ($35), and a maintenance facial with AHA exfoliation ($95). The facial polishes up the pores and smoothes out scraggly epidermal regions as the AHA exfoliation stunts acne aspirations lurking just below the surface of the skin. Let Solace's accredited aestheticians and stylists bring bliss to your body with high-quality products, all while you lounge in the salon/spa's soothing and intimate interiors. The salon is currently shipping off its hair clippings so they can be made into mats to help soak up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.