Within one multifaceted facility, Tahiti Tans & Travel bathes clients in a suite of pampering and aesthetic services while acting as an oasis of relaxation. Spray-tan mists and UV beds grace skin with a sun-drenched glow as epidermises contrast with gleaming teeth fresh from a whitening treatment. Packed with nutrients from chocolate or sea clay?which dolphins also use in their beauty regimens?body wraps cloak guests snugly as they nourish the skin. Tahiti?s massage therapists also work kinks out of backs using traditional modalities, hot stones, and automated hydromassage beds as they knead away stress.
Magic Touch Massage Therapy's Beth Bonilla and Jeff Sohl strive to help patients achieve full-body wellness by harnessing the healing properties of massage and skincare treatments. Massage therapy can help mitigate the pain felt from migraines, fibromyalgia, sciatic nerves, hip problems, or lower-back issues. During relaxation massages, highly trained hands apply a combination of sweeping strokes, deep circular motions, and staccato taps designed to gently drum bodies into a deeply relaxed state.
Soft pale-blue walls greet guests as they settle into Complete Transformations Clinic & Spa's waiting area, the relaxing aura further enhanced by warm lighting and cheerful cherry blossoms. The same sense of calm rolls over into each private treatment room, where the spa's skin, massage, and nutrition-counseling services take place. Nina Roy and Jill Tuck—both RNs and skin specialists—brighten and smooth complexions with crystal microdermabrasion, Jessner's peels, and custom facials, treating conditions such as age spots and acne scars with products by GlyMed and Vivant. Resident massage therapist Heather Seewald employs a variety of soothing modalities to release tension and undo knots french-braided around the spine, whereas personal counselor Angie Turner guides clients on their journey to greater fulfillment by teaching them ways to manage stress in their personal and professional lives.
The beauty buffs at Wild Ivy Salon help to relax and rejuvenate faces with cleansing and hydrating pumpkin facials, performed within the rustic ambiance of a three-story log cabin. Face refurbishers harness the power of products infused with jack-o'-lantern juice to cleanse, smooth, and moisturize skin as customers slurp complimentary cups of coffee, tea, or truth serum. A thorough exfoliation aims to bestow the epidermis with a healthy glow before extractions help to detoxify pores and launch full-scale attacks on armies of acne. The soothing facial massage attempts to invigorate muscles and relieve stress, and a mask can infuse skin cells with moisture and recall memories of hands-free pie-eating contests. For an additional $20 charge, Wild Ivy will upgrade today's deal to a pumpkin enzyme peel, which toils to minimize the appearance of fine lines and improve skin's texture.
The Sun Shack adds pizzazz to pallid dermises year-round with a combination of UV beds and custom airbrush-tanning services. Sundash, Genesis, SunStar, and Ultrabronz beds get skin glowing with wraparound lamps for even, all-over color. Those looking to tan without incurring the burns of sunbathing or noshing radioactive toast can opt for airbrush jobs. Spray technicians customize desired shades and apply micromists of organic DHA ingredients that develop in one hour and can last several days.
During each session, a spray of fine crystals polishes away dead skin cells from the face, neck, and chest, working to reduce fine lines, age spots, and acne scars. A high-frequency facial treatment follows to help stimulate collagen, and sessions draw to a close with a hydrating mask.
A small clinic, Arkansas Simply Skin harbors none of the coldness of a large medical center. The technicians convey a warm bedside manner as they carry out their medical-grade beauty services. Board-certified physicians supervise the clinic's cosmetic laser treatments and anti-aging facials, making sure the patients and practice cantaloupes receive the most meticulous care. Arkansas Simply Skin's technicians make handy use of products from SkinCeuticals, a pharmaceutical-grade line of skincare products designed by scientists who are tapped into the dermatological community.