Laser Aesthetics of Colorado strikes an even balance between the clinical and the cosmetic. The staff comprises two board-certified MDs who bring healthcare experience to the mix, while onsite aestheticians combat skin conditions as well as wrinkles, scars, and jowls that sag from chewing too much stale bubblegum. With a gentle touch and aggressive stance against such imperfections, the team uses state-of-the-art equipment to help clients look younger and feel more self-confident. They eschew the scalpel during non-surgical facelifts, which tighten and tone the skin without dramatic procedures and recovery time. Their services address everything from acne to stretch marks, and do so with the advantage of having healthcare workers and aesthetic professionals combining powers in the name of healthy and youthful-looking skin.
Vickie Le provides her clients with a range of spa services at Skye Salon and Spa. She decorates digits with long-lasting Shellac manicures, spa pedicures, and creative nail art. She also offers important extras with her nail services, such as scrubs, paraffin treatments, and hot-stone massages.
Lindsey Boutilier is passionate about hair. After training and working as a stylist for several years at an Aveda salon, she opened Hair To Dye For inside Solera Salon and Spa. There, she beautifies her clients with styles designed to capture their personality and lifestyle. Along with haircuts, Lindsey also updates styles with coloring options such as semi-permanent glaze and highlights, many of which use Goldwell products.
Smooth Skin Centers' certified staff rejuvenates skin with a variety of youth-inducing laser services. Technicians harness the therapeutic light waves of FDA-approved lasers to remove bodily hair, tattoos, acne, scars, and spider veins and smooth the skin of all skin types. Nurse-practitioners, meanwhile, reduce facial wrinkles with quick injections of Botox or fill out slackened skin or deflating bounce houses with Juvederm.
At Belleza Spa and Salon, Melanie Menendez's dedication to skincare comes from the heart. For years, she suffered from adult acne due to an undiagnosed dairy allergy. When she learns about her clients' skincare needs, her reaction is "I know how you feel. I will fix you and help you achieve your goals." Her psychology degree is then put to use as she reads each client's personality to determine what they want out of the treatment: whether a social, interactive experience or a peaceful retreat.
To gain an understanding of their holistic skin health, Melanie checks in with clients about what they're eating, the products they use at home, and whether they use shortening as sunscreen. From there, she customizes blends of organic Sanitas skincare products, a line created in Boulder, Colorado, that uses ingredients such as healing vitamin C to create lustrous complexions. While she performs the facials, clients can enjoy soothing spa or pop music and the quirky, inviting decor?some rooms include photos of Audrey Hepburn and polka-dot details, and others are covered with zebra print or bright colors.
Spavia Day Spa's staff pampers its guests by doling out muscle-melting massages and rejuvenating treatments using natural products. Guests receive a bathrobe and sandals before each treatment as they wait in the spa's retreat room. Because "relaxation" can mean different things to different people, Spavia specially customizes their treatments for each guest, from focusing massages on problem areas to avoiding the glowing whisker during exfoliating facials. Spavia also offers membership packages that allow for affordable treatments, and provides a free signature treatment for a nominated local hero or community member in need through their Spavia Cares program.