After a long and stressful day, some find a trip to the bar a nice way to relax and blow off steam. Broomfield's The Skin Bar serves a similar purpose to drinking establishments but without the libations and off-key karaoke singers. Its menu features a curated selection of skincare treatments that are designed to reduce the appearance of lines, improve complexions, and help the entire body and mind relax. Beyond the face, The Skin Bar's specialists dole out custom airbrush spray tans and attach long-lasting eyelash extensions.
Dr. Jonathan W. Singer sees his career as a practice in treating not only the symptoms but also the causes of ailments. At The Natural Place, he oversees a staff of registered nurses, laser technicians, and licensed and certified paramedical aestheticians who subscribe to the same philosophy. Through their services, which include vibration therapy, the team can help to alleviate some of the symptoms associated with Parkinson's Disease, MS, and orthopedic problems. The clinic's aesthetic treatments, such as Botox, oxygen facials, and laser hair removal, help to boost confidence, and weight-management plans aim to produce healthy results in patients. Dr. Singer and his staff also perform Body Bronze sunless spray tans and intense pulsed light therapy (IPL), which can be used to diminish the appearance of spider and varicose veins as well the need to go to the disco.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability—Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa’s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Beginning her career in Budapest, Erika Tolnai studied chemistry and anatomy, but she didn't aspire to be a mad scientist—her fascination was instead with beauty. After a move to the United States and further extensive training, she opened Ika's European Spa as a body care oasis. She now tends to her clients' hair, skin, and nails with an emphasis on customized treatments, which enable her to address conditions from acne to 'dos in need of color correction.
For all of her haircuts and color services, Ika uses Redken and gluten-free Baco products. She tends to skin issues with a skincare menu that takes advantage of organic Image Skincare serums as well as microdermabrasion tools and ultrasound waves that produce anti-aging effects. If that's not enough, she also waxes away unwanted hair and polishes nails, warming hands with add-ons such as paraffin wax or a two-hour handshake.
Custom facials tackle acne, oil, dryness, and myriad other skin problems inside Sweet Papaya Skin and Beauty Studio. Aestheticians also use microdermabrasion wands and chemical peels to combat the signs of aging, which include wrinkles and a visible set of rings for every year you live. Once dermal canvases are in order, the staff can complete new looks with facial waxing and eyelash extensions.
As the name implies, at Healthy Skincare Spa, healthy, nourished skin is the goal. Aestheticians achieve this in a variety of ways, depending on the client's skincare needs. Diamond-peel microdermabrasion treatments and HydraFacials employ different methods to effectively exfoliate skin and remove impurities. Aestheticians can also cater facials to clients' specific needs—they treat acne with deep-cleansing facials, fight signs of aging with anti-aging facials, and rejuvenate complexions with custom European facials. And for clients in a time crunch, express facials refresh skin in a quick 30-minute session.