Over the past five years, Effie Yazdani has continuously expanded her skincare repertoire, beautifying faces with Eminence beauty products concocted with natural ingredients such as coconut milk, wild plums, and rosehips. Effie Salon and Spa's facials target specific skincare issues such as blemishes, the effects of aging, or an unshakeable Sid Vicious sneer. The spa's aestheticians also tend to hands and feet with manicures and pedicures, and uproot hair from follicles with waxing or threading services. Creative Cuts, a hairstyling studio that shares Effie Salon and Spa's Canton location, keeps manes trimmed, straightened, or styled.
Within a cozy, homelike home of exultation, the dedicated professionals behind Practically Perfect Day Spa pamper grateful faces and aching muscles with personalized attention. During hour-long Swedish massages, therapeutic hands take glorious glides across the rippling rivers of sore muscles, kneading tense lumps of back-gravy into smooth silver-spoonfuls of opulence. Customers donning disparaged dermises can opt for the Practical facial, which treats the facepiece to a peaceful, hour-long journey though rejuvenation. Dirty squatters are scrubbed away from surface real estate and, if needed, extracted from pores with a fishing pole. Additionally, gentle exfoliation exhumes dead skin cells, and an included light massage and facial mask work together to restore youthful suppleness and radiance.
Mary Abernathy grew up in a family where alternative healing methods were the norm, and this experience inspired her to attend the Atlanta School of Massage and become a licensed therapist. In addition to her membership with the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, Mary is also certified by the NCBTMB—a nationally recognized organization that tests practitioners and requires regular participation in educational courses. Mary draws on more than a decade of experience as she intuitively locates pain and brings relief with techniques such as deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, and myoskeletal alignment. While she works, she concentrates on the deeper layers of the body without causing intense pain or embarrassing clients who are part onion.