Dr. Lorenzo Pelly, a board-certified physician with 36 years of experience, leads a team of laser-wielding technicians while providing relaxation and aesthetic services. A certified laser technician consults with patients to discuss their problems and concerns before laying out a custom treatment outline. Plans often center around the use of laser technology, which can support Laser Derm's virtually pain-free hair-removal, skin-tightening, and teeth-whitening treatments.
Ana Grossman, the owner of Dazzling Nails for 17 years and licensed aesthetician, personally kneads and polishes extremities in her quaint, charming salon. The first 30 minutes sees fingernails filed and cuticles cut. Each muscle spanning the palm to the triceps, like an oversized ketchup packet, joyfully releases tension with each hand squeeze. The meticulous manicure ends with a polish, before feet submerge in a warm footbath soak. In the 30-minutes pedicure treatment, cuticle shapers carefully sculpt toe chapeaus, and an exfoliation treatment rejuvenates skin. Legs and feet prove they can be stress-free, too, as evidenced by the relaxing massage and documents signed with feet.
Converted from the 19th-century building of its namesake, Carriage House Day Spa offers relief from bodily bothers amid an ambience that blends modern luxury with old-world charm. Clients are greeted by light wood tones and tasteful art adorning the faded stucco of an antique brick façade. Within these historic walls, time-tested muscles are similarly renovated with the long, light strokes of a Swedish massage. After their hour-long knead-a-thon, clients will leave feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and pleasantly baffled by the barouche and livery-clad coachman awaiting them at the door.
The aestheticians and stylists at Jenniffer's Spa call upon techniques old and new to get clients feeling their best. When it comes to hair removal, clients can opt for the time-tested technique of waxing, or combat hirsuteness with lasers instead. To feel detoxified, some opt for massages, which can promote circulation, while others call upon the contemporary brilliance of Endermologie machines. Complexion-conscious clients can nourish their skin with aromatherapy facials, or revivify skin tone with a laser facial or permanent makeup.
The professional aestheticians at more than Beautiful's full-service salon and spa team with Dermalogica products to treat skull coverings to custom visage pampering. The one-hour facial includes a personalized skin consultation, also known as face mapping, during which epidermal educators analyze the entire facial landscape to match spa treatments and at-home remedies with the client's concerns, be they aging skin, acne, or kaleidoscope-inspired constantly changing facial features. Each subsequent step after cleansing is then customized accordingly, and includes exfoliation, massage, a mask, and toning, followed by one of Dermalogica's special boosters. Finally, aestheticians hydrate and protect the skin by applying the appropriate moisturizer followed by an eye cream, sunscreen, and protective hockey mask.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are licensed massage therapists and a licensed massage establishment that takes pride and dedication with each individual client's needs. We are nurturing, caring therapists who want to serve you, to soothe your body and mind with massage therapy.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We are dedicated to the wellness and health that we know massage therapy can bring to our clients. We strongly believe in the power of massage and want to share our craft to promote wellness.
What do you love most about your job?
Knowing that the massage services we perform are contributing to an individual's wellbeing and tranquil state of mind. We truly love our career choice and take pride in knowing we make a difference.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"That was just wonderful, you have the hands of an angel. Thank you over and over again."