Dr. John Peterson, a board-certified dermatologist, calls upon more than 40 years of hair-restoration and dermatological experience to help rejuvenate thinning hair with advanced laser technology. Dr. Peterson helps clients achieve verdant head foliage according to his Natural Look Method, which redistributes hair grafts from bounteous head regions to receding hairlines, leaving a thicker, natural-looking head of hair. Dr. Peterson and his staff treat patients at his clinic with the Revage 670 laser, but also provide iGrow systems and hair-restoration products for clients who want to treat themselves at home or while picketing the local toupee shop.
Aesthetic Practice; Facial Rejuvenation; non-surgical body contouring; light chemical peels;weight loss;cellulite trreatment;stem cell facial filler for nasolabial folds; lip enhancement; around the eyes; Anti-aging medicine internally to enhance outer beauty of the skin and hair.
After spending years working in law, Amy Hansen decided to trade in her suits for a pair of stylist's scissors to pursue her passion in cosmetology. She studied hard, earned her license, and in 2006 opened a salon named for the goal she strives to achieve—BellaMe, or "beautiful me." Amy calls on her diverse talents to field an array of custom styling requests, which have ranged from conservative trims to the short and spiky Kate Gosselin look. The salon embodies Amy's outdoorsy spirit with wood accents and sprays of fresh sunflowers that prune themselves at the mirror when the staff isn't looking. The salon is composed of two separate sections—a three-chair styling room and a spa room with a flat-screen TV—that fill the air with energetic, groovy music.
Like all Aveda salons, Landis Aveda Lifestyle Salon helps polish clients' styles with earth-friendly, naturally derived products. After opening a location in Salt Lake City in 2005, the salon has since sprouted a twin location and focused on developing serious talent. Their stylists spend 18 months in training, working their way up from apprentice to Grand Salon level, gaining experience, training, and the ability to gently comb a hibernating bear’s hair without waking it.
Massage therapist Amy Middleton blends Eastern and Western modalities to help ease clients' tension while discovering, and eliminating, their underlying sources of pain. Drawing from her education in holistic healing and energy work at the Renaissance School of Therapeutic Massage, she applies precise pressure during shiatsu massages and reflexology treatments, and roots out tension and pain with Swedish and deep-tissue techniques. During custom massage sessions, she uses essential oils for aromatherapy benefits and will play soothing music—or the client's school fight song—for optimum relaxation.