Under the leadership of Dr. Robert Rossio, a board-certified plastic surgeon, Aesthetic Lasers & Cosmetic Rejuvenation Center is a comprehensive stop for non-invasive laser and skincare treatments. Beam-wielder Dr. Rossio will direct the light of the future (intense pulse light) to minimize age spots, wrinkles, acne scars, and overly enthusiastic or hyper pigmentations ($500 for three treatments), as well as to eradicate unwanted hair and lamentable tattoos. Though the number of tattoo-removal treatments (four sessions for $500) depends on the size and ferocity of the image, no image is too big or scary for the undaunted RevLite photons.
The versatile staff of beauty specialists at Changes Salon transforms its clients with haircare, nail services, and full-on makeovers. The experienced technicians use top-of-the-line products, including OPI nail polish and Pureology haircare systems to ensure that clients leave feeling relaxed and looking so great that "You Make My Dreams Come True" starts playing every time they enter a room.
Dr. Jennifer Kish works to boost her patients' self-confidence through modern aesthetic services. At Seriously Skin, she combats wrinkles and hyperpigmentation with a menu of facials, injections, and laser treatments. Through these services, she hopes to not only correct the problems she finds but also to stave off future dermal damage with preventive measures and cosmeceutical products. Additionally, she makes use of the LightSheer Duet laser, which zaps unwanted body hair more quickly than traditional lasers or robotic Annie Oakleys.
Dermatologist Dr. Monique S. Cohn improves damaged and aging skin with the latest techniques and technologies. Begin your light-to-medium-depth chemical peel procedure with an initial consultation, wherein Dr. Cohn will scan your skin and observe your outer layer to customize the peel to specific needs and medical appropriateness. Once the green light is given, glycolic and trichloroacetic acids are applied to the dermis to stimulate and rejuvenate skin, creating a more even skin tone. Chemical peels help reduce damage from ill-advised vacations to G-type main sequence stars, while also ironing out fine wrinkles wrought by stressful reverse bungee-jumps and managing the melanin overload of hyperpigmentation. Though there can be slight discomfort, reddening of the skin, or other risks, results, such as Steve Reich tape loops and baseball hitting streaks, can be long-lasting but not permanent. With the proper aftercare, results can be prolonged with careful sunscreen application over at least a six-month period. For frequently asked questions, see here.
Aquage, OPI, Wella—these are just three of the professional name-brand products the stylists at Savvy Salon use to beautify their clients. They sprinkle these products over heads during shampoos and styles and use them to primp nails during manicures. Devoted to the health of its clients' hair, Savvy Salon uses products free of harsh chemicals whenever possible, such as during an ammonia-free color gloss, formaldehyde-free keratin treatment, and 100% vegan miracle hair repair.
Recently named one of Elle magazine's top 100 salons, The Studio snips, colors, and styles locks into top form seven days a week. Trained hairsmiths harness the power of Paul Mitchell products to cut and finish manes ($25+ for men, $35+ for women) and shear teens' tresses ($15+ for boys, $20+ for girls) into styles ideal for impressing the football team or interpretive head-banging club. Tightly wound curls leave their troubles behind with a relaxer treatment ($75+), and head threads seeking a new hue will enjoy a complimentary 15-minute consultation, followed by a single-process color ($60+) or full highlight treatment ($120+ for 1 color, $10 extra for each additional color). Stylists will also sculpt strands into an up style ($50+), preparing them for a night on the town or a glamorous weekend on the sofa.