Built-in back massagers greet guests as they sink into Elite Nail Spa's pipeless pedicure chairs, perched above foot jacuzzis with massaging whirlpool jets. Sea-salt scrubs and seaweed or mineral masks help exfoliate and nourish both feet and hands, which don french tips, gel polishes, and other eye-catching accoutrements. The spa also tailors Princess pedicures to children younger than 12 and paints ACT answers on the toenails of high-school seniors. In addition to nail services, Elite Nail Spa treats guests to Swedish, hot-stone, acupressure, and other varieties of massage, as well as custom facials with extractions and vapor treatments.
Making people happy. You could say that's big part of what Joules owner and certified laser technician Grace Miller does. At the center, she teams with medical director Annika Crosby to alleviate the cosmetic concerns of both their male and female clients. Grace handles the med spa side of things with services that include laser hair-removal treatments, microdermabrasions, and facials. Annika complements those offerings, overseeing medical weight-loss programs as well as Botox, Juvederm, and Radiesse injections. The spa staff also pairs pampering services with frequent party-like gatherings that include drinks and snacks.
The team of talented stylists at Uno Bello Salon continue to pursue classes and training in order to stay abreast of the latest in cutting edge trends and techniques. Here, they follow a client-focused philosophy; every haircut, coloring treatment, and Brazilian blowout procedure they style comes with attention to the client's own physical features as well as those of the person hired to hold the spotlight over their head. The salon favors products from brands such as Moroccan Oil, Rusk, Kevin.Murphy, Brazilian Blowout, Verb, and Fake Bake
Gretchen Johnson?s cache of Epicuren Discovery skin care products helps her clear away dirt, acne, and excess oil from faces. The aesthetician spends her days solving all sorts of skin issues with custom facials at Revive Salon & Spa. In addition to the natural skincare line, she uses microcurrent treatments, glycolic peels, and a microdermabrasion wand to smooth fine lines and extract dirt and loose change from deep within pores.
The staff at Wendy's Spa Services draws on more than 15 years of industry experience to blur the distinction between relaxation and beautification. Though many of their treatments are geared toward achieving aesthetic results, the staff commonly helps promote an inner state of calm with soothing add-ons. Reflexology, for example, can accompany mani-pedis, just as customized facials may include remedies for puffy eyes, and massages regularly make use of hot towels and aromatherapy. The staff relies on their own considerable artistry, as well as products from glo therapeutics, OPI, and Nufree—an alternative to wax that doesn't stick to the skin or cause one to be mistaken for one’s more famous wax-museum counterpart.
After working as a massage therapist in various chiropractic offices and spas, owner Maureen Queau fulfilled her dream when she opened up Circle Sage Healing and Massage Center in 2006. All told, she’s now practiced her therapeutic craft for almost 20 years. Joined by a team of eight other massage therapists, Maureen can either field a pro baseball team or unite massage, alternative medicine, and pampering body treatments to take care of clients. On top of the six types of massage they dole out daily, the staffers administer reiki, reflexology, and ionic-footbath sessions. Circle Sage recommends that clients arrive 15 minutes early for appointments so that they