Featured by the Consumer Guide to Plastic Surgery, Solaris Medical Spa harbors a staff of professionals well versed in age-battling skin treatments. Patrons seeking a newly polished opera mask can entrust their countenances to the adroit hands of board-certified physician and pharmacist Dr. Marsha Davis. The anti-aging facial smooths skin and discourages wrinkles caused by squinting at the pool-noodle-riddled surface of Loch Ness (a $90 value). Opt for a one-hour deep pore facial to ferret out obstinate blackheads (a $90 value), or choose an exfoliating facial (a $90 value) to eradicate patches of desert from the visage biome. Personalized chemical peels can curtail the signs of acne, sun damage, and fine lines ($70–$90). Depending on the type of peel, clients may need little to no downtime before they can test their results by joining a local porcupine-nuzzling tournament.
Dr. Rita Sabeti opened her clinic to smooth the skin's flaws and boost clients' confidence with minimally invasive, medical-grade cosmetic treatments. Experienced aestheticians wield the handheld Candela GentleMax laser, whose multiple wavelengths target a variety of skin issues while a built-in cooling mist keeps patients comfortable and office plants hydrated. Weight-loss experts help clients to leave behind extra pounds with advanced hormone therapies.
With backgrounds in healing disciplines including human nutrition and Chinese medicine, the wellness practitioners at Anew Total Body Center care for clients both inside and out. Their treatment specialties include directed weight loss programs, body-shaping treatments, and massage. Beyond traditional deep-tissue and relaxation massages, they also offer fire cupping, gua sha, and Thai massage. In addition to their holistic treatments, they also provide lifestyle coaching; financial self-improvement seminars from Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University aim to add pounds to pocketbooks and piggy banks.
Dr. Timothy Zelko, a board-certified physician with six years of liposuction-specific experience, oversees the fat-cell-siphoning procedures at ZBodySculpt. After decades as a board-certified physician, Dr. Zelko turned his focus to liposuction—and discovered that despite the huge demand for the slimming procedure, people often avoided it out of fear, discomfort, cost, and allergies to doctors. This realization prompted him to seek out alternative forms of fat reduction, and Dr. Zelko now treats his patients with minimally invasive and noninvasive procedures that require little to no downtime, reduced cost, and local anesthesia for fewer complications.
At HealthWorks Wellness Center, the team of doctors helps patients on their weight loss journeys with a trio of treatments.
Lipo Laser: This classic, FDA-approved system contours bodies, liquefying unwanted fat with laser light. The best part? Unlike traditional liposuction, it requires no incisions.
ChiroThin: This dietary supplement catalyzes metabolism, helping bodies efficiently convert stored fat into energy. Patients take it sublingually, which means they dot drops of it under their tongues.
Venus Freeze: This FDA-approved cellulite treatment boosts skin's collagen production with a mix of radio frequencies and magnetic pulses. Along the way, it smooths and tightens skin.
At The Green Room Wellness Spa, aesthetician and owner Kristin LaMere draws inspiration from the healing folklore of the color green, focusing on holistic wellness in her treatments and using organic skincare products whenever possible. The spa even hosts wellness seminars that clients can attend free of charge. The staff uses organic soy wax to gently remove unwanted body hair from legs, bikini lines, or faces. Finish off a waxing session with one of the spa's customized facials, individually tailored to treat different skin types.