Boasting more than 20 years of aesthetic and cosmetology experience, Patricia Turney smoothes and brightens skin within her namesake spa. She doles out seven types of facial treatments, from mini face-lifts to what she calls the “Celebrity’s Secret”—a facial packed with oxygen, ultrasonic waves, microdermabrasion, and prayers for Hollywood’s fallen child stars. She uses warm wax to eliminate fuzz from faces, limbs, and bikini areas, and adds flirtatious impact to eyes with lash tinting. Patricia also advocates and vends Rejuvi skincare products, each made with natural ingredients and formulated for specific concerns.
As the Roxy behind Roxy Skin Care, Roxanne Rodriguez boasts more experience than the average aesthetician. Though she began her career working alongside physicians in med spas, she also spent nine years learning the ropes in the medical field, honing her clinical experience and determining whether or not ER was true to life. Today, Roxanne applies the knowledge she amassed to beautify skin with services including facials and chemical peels. Her freshly unveiled lactic acid resurfacer peel is one of her most powerful treatments, keeping hyperpigmentation and wrinkles at bay with the help of targeted microdermabrasion.
Women can easily maintain both the shape and shade of their mane, starting with a haircut ($40–$50), followed by a single-process color ($50–$60), full highlight ($85–$90), or partial highlight ($70–$80) using products such as L'Oreal Professional. Men can also transform their mop tops, with haircuts ranging from $30 to $35. For a more holistic head renovation, pair a follicle treatment with a luxurious facial, such as the 85-minute Rhonda Allison facial, during which one of Style 7's trained pore purgers will methodically lure your best face out of hiding ($75). If you're in a hurry, choose to accelerate the action with a 30-minute express facial, the epidermal equivalent to shouting, “olly olly oxen free” ($45).
Licensed aestheticians, nail technicians, and massage therapists convene beneath one roof at Bella Skin, Body & Boutique. Within this relaxation oasis, skin specialists call upon SkinCeuticals products to deep-clean pores and rejuvenate visages, all while buffing away signs of aging and causes of acne. Private spa rooms host meticulous waxing sessions as aestheticians gently strip away stubble or cacti prickles from the face, limbs, and bikini area. Nail technicians continue the beauty treatments with indulgent manicures and pedicures, crowning digits with vibrant polish or no-chip Shellac. Licensed massage therapists unleash five types of techniques across aching backs, from fluid Swedish strokes to soothing river-rock treatments.
Under the guidance of medical director and board-certified internist Dr. Jyotsna Sahni, the team at Laser 1 enhances clients' natural beauty with clinical-grade services, including Botox, chemical peels, and laser treatments. The certified medical laser technicians bring about smoother complexions with collagen-boosting Fraxel laser sessions and Isolaz acne procedures. Dysport and Botox injections help reduce fine lines by reducing muscle contractions, whereas various peels and facials make skin glow like a bowling alley on cosmic-bowling night.
In Red Monkey Studio, Monique Mynlieff has created a funky, "antigym" whose aqua-green and burnt-orange walls reflect its colorful curriculum. Through glass doors supported by log pillars, windows cast sunlight across TRX cords as students perform Zumba or Pilates routines. Farther down the curving hallways, guests stretch sinews and taut muscles with the help of Gyrotonic and Pilates equipment, or slough off stress in a lime green sanctum where licensed massage therapists blend modalities.
Instructors bustle throughout the vibrant setting to their private and group sessions, bringing with them specialties that range from belly dance to tai chi. The studio’s signature Quartet classes cap attendance at four visitors so that instructors can spend plenty of time with each student, helping them perfect form to forge stronger mind-body connections.