The staff at Sabrinas Electrolysis combats unwanted hair with a choice of two methods: electrolysis or laser hair removal. Using electric charges or pulses of laser energy, both methods destroy hair follicles at the root to leave skin smooth. The lasers treat all six skin types with a simultaneous cooling technology and pull double duty by ridding toenails of fungal infections. Sabrinas Electrolysis also provides professional aesthetics, including anti-aging and anti-acne services, including HydraFacialMD, Eminence Organic Skin Care, and BioTherapeutics treatments.
Aestheticians at U-topia Spa look after health and beauty with organic and natural spa treatments and makeup services. Massages eradicate stress to still the mind, and clients seeking direction in their quest for better health can use the spa concierge to assist in navigating the expansive service menu to find the ideal treatment for individual needs.
At Cypress Beauty & Co., trained technicians wield files, clippers, and brushes in the pursuit of polished nails and peace of mind. During the 60- to 90-minute experience, a nail guru takes guardianship of hands and feet at a super-sanitized station, clipping and filing nails into perfect crescents and curtailing cuticles to expand keratin canvases. A coat of OPI polish in the desired color leaves nails as strong and sparkling as 10 diamond-encrusted box turtles. Both locations usher prettifiers in with sunny hues and glitzy displays of the 50 brands of beauty products they stock. Patrons can upgrade to french polish ($5 for mani; $10 for pedi) and add a sea extract marine-cooling mask ($10) or a complimentary round of applause.
"I chose plastic surgery because before this, I did an extensive amount of drawing and sculpting," says Dr. Manuel Peña. Because of these artistic talents, Dr. Peña sees the aesthetically pleasing potential of each of his patients, and because he's a board-certified plastic surgeon, he has the expertise to realize that potential. He does so in several ways—by lifting and defining drooping breasts, tummies, and buttocks, by rejuvenating tired eyelids and brows, and by doodling smiley faces on foreheads.
Dr. Peña gives back by volunteering for local and international organizations such as the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County, Careforce International in West Africa, and Operation Rainbow in Central and South America.