Elite Vision maintains eye health and focuses blurred vision with the help of advanced optical technology. It is one of the few practices in Colorado that determines glasses prescriptions with the Topcon CV-5000 refraction system, it uses digital fundus photography to evaluate eye health without dilation, and all of its medical documents are electronically stored and encrypted to protect each patient's privacy.
Onsite docs fit patients for new specs by designer brands such as Armani, Juicy Couture, Oakley, and Gucci. Lenses can be customized to be especially light or to have nonglare coating or progressive thicknesses. The selection of contacts includes some that can be worn and slept in for 30 days straight, and the sportswear collection includes glasses designed specifically for cycling, hunting, running, and train-spotting.
Airwalk.com listened to the overwhelming amount of customers who demanded Airwalk product on Airwalk.com. You can find old school Airwalk footwear designs and coordinating apparel here and no where else. Airwalk is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with new products and special promotions.
Britany Gomez and her team of stylists and aestheticians have a handle on hair—but not just the hair on the head. The staff also attends to eyelashes with thick, full extensions and rids skin of unwanted hair with waxing services. Alongside a full lineup of keratin treatments, corrective color services, and cuts, the team bestows full days of me time with organic facial peels and makeup applications.
The Perfect Touch aims to magnify beauty and boost guests' confidence with a wide range of aesthetic treatments. Teeth-whitening sessions, for example, use an organic hydrogen peroxide gel and LED laser light to undo the effects of years of smoking, wine drinking, or gargling with soy sauce. Gleaming, long-lasting Shellac manicures pamper and beautify hands, and epsom-salt pedicures smooth calluses with a peppermint foot scrub and lavender or cucumber lotion. Paraffin-therapy treatments are available as an add-on to help soothe dry skin and promote better circulation in the fingers and toes.
Each of Europtics' five eyewear boutiques is helmed by an expert optometrist. Aided by cutting-edge diagnostic tools, these doctors check eyes for visual acuity, disease, or laser-blasting ability with a series of internal and external tests. Based on their findings, they might refer clients to the certified opticians, who conduct fittings for designer glasses and sunglasses frames. Meanwhile, technicians at Europtics' in-house labs sculpt five types of lenses to suit different needs. These range from standard single-vision to personalized progressive lenses.