Thousands of essential oils and fragrances line Saving Face's blending bar, a spot where clients can create their own aromas. Once the scents are mixed, they can be used to augment Saving Face's services, which include its signature microcurrent facial. Elsewhere, the staff performs everything from microdermabrasions and acupuncture treatments to massages and airbrush tanning that uses an organic, aloe-vera-based solution.
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Dr. Patrick S. Carney, who boasts more than 20 years of skin-care expertise, leads an experienced staff of skinologists into the war for attention-grabbing radiance. Each visit to the pristine, welcoming clinic begins with a thorough assessment of the customer’s skin and complexion, allowing for the proper selection of light, laser, and voodoo-spell therapies to be customized for an effective treatment. A 30-minute IPL photofacial uses intense broad-spectrum pulsed light to treat skin conditions such as sun damage, broken capillaries, paintball indentations, irregular pigmentation, clingy barnacles, fine lines, superglued Halloween masks, and rosacea. By treating the areas of the skin with excess pigmentation, photofacial treatments result in healthy, luminous, younger-looking skin that mesmerizes passersby. For maximum results, IPL photofacial treatments are recommended in a series of three to six treatments. While side effects such as swelling, alteration in pigment, and blisters may occur, Skin Speaks takes all possible safety precautions to prevent them.
After working as a massage therapist in various chiropractic offices and spas, owner Maureen Queau fulfilled her dream when she opened up Circle Sage Healing and Massage Center in 2006. All told, she’s now practiced her therapeutic craft for almost 20 years. Joined by a team of eight other massage therapists, Maureen can either field a pro baseball team or unite massage, alternative medicine, and pampering body treatments to take care of clients. On top of the six types of massage they dole out daily, the staffers administer reiki, reflexology, and ionic-footbath sessions. Circle Sage recommends that clients arrive 15 minutes early for appointments so that they
Skincare specialist Barbara Ann endeavors to strike a balance between treatments that target the skin’s surface and those that penetrate more deeply with microcurrent and cold-laser-light technologies. The eponymous owner of Skin Wellness by Barbara Ann has more than 35 years of experience performing facial and body treatments on men, women, teens, and rehabilitated crash-test dummies. Each service can be tailored to fit into busy schedules with treatment times ranging from 15–90 minutes. Barbara Ann also readies brides-to-be for their big day with wedding packages of contouring body wraps, waxing, makeup applications, and last-minute vow edits.
At her self-named salon, stylist and Redken master colorist Cyril champions healthy hair. She has experience with hair of all ethnicities and stays abreast of the latest beauty trends in order to impart clients with the looks they envision. She also specializes in chemical relaxing, extensions, weaves, conditioning treatments, and facial waxing.