At EyeShop Optical, board-certified optometrist Dr. Cynthia S. Sayers gets clients eye-healthy with a slate of traditional and advanced services. In addition to getting corneas up to 20/20 with vision tests, she also scopes out potential eye maladies with full retinal evaluations, eye-disease diagnoses, and treatments.
After exams, clients can grab a complimentary cup of coffee and browse the shop's collection of more than 500 frames, many of which come from the workshops of high-end designers such as Dior and Yves St. Laurent. The icing on the cake is the office's Nintendo Wii, which folks can play before their appointment.
Aesthetic procedures benefit from cutting-edge medical expertise at Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center. As the center's medical directors, Drs. Tiffany Hall and Amina Husain rely on their extensive experience in fields ranging from obstetrics to reconstructive surgery. However, they also offer nonsurgical methodologies as they help clients obtain their desired complexion or body shape. They accomplish this by enlisting the aid of modern advancements in aesthetic technology and skincare products.
Using the Candela GentleYAG and Alexandrite cosmetic laser systems, technicians can improve skin tone by zapping unsightly stubble or sealing noticeable spider veins. The low-power YOLO Curve laser contours the body by shrinking stubborn fat deposits, and VelaShape technology accomplishes a similar goal by bombarding adipose tissues with a combination of bipolar radio frequencies and infrared light energy. While permanent makeup procedures can create timeless, natural-looking eyebrows or eyeliner, the med spa can also use a Q-switched laser system to remove tattoos.
Beyond medically assisted therapies, Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center also pampers visitors with an array of more traditional spa treatments. Alternatively, aestheticians can restore skin by performing facials with clinical-strength products by companies such as Obagi.
Tattoo artists Brittany and Michelle share a simple goal: to turn the fruits of their clients' imaginations into permanent body art. The pair keeps busy behind the retro façade of Eve's Ink, carefully creating indelible images in the clean, professional environment, which is devoid of your mother's judgment. Eve's skilled body artists go beyond traditional ink to outfit their clients with safe and eye-catching piercings, also offering permanent cosmetic services that can enhance natural beauty or fulfill a lifelong dream of having an extra pair of lips on your chin.
At Fountain of Youth Med Spa, Dr. Catherine Kiley, a member of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, leads a team of specialists who aim to help clients attain younger and healthier versions of themselves. Advanced skin therapies such as eMatrix skin-rejuvenation employ gentle radio-frequency emissions to remove acne scars or blemishes while cellulite-banishing VelaShape gives clients lean, sculpted looks. Other progressive aesthetic enhancing procedures include laser skin tightening with Candela Yag, microneedling, and PRP facials. Customized weight-loss programs, tattoo removal, and laser hair removal services lets clients leave the space feeling their best and brightest. The Fountain of Youth Med Spa team also freely fields questions prior to starting all treatments, which they administer in a serene, friendly environment.
Amy Tobias and Cathy Murray, aestheticians and co-owners of Transforming Techniques Salon and Medical Spa, each bring 17 years of beauty-biz experience to their treatment chairs. They and their team lavish complexions with a wide range of skin services, from antibacterial and oxygen facials to slightly more intensive chemical peels and wrinkle-fighting injections. Stylists tend to men's, women's, and kids' locks, keeping ends fresh and hairdos manageable, and techs groom both natural and artificial nails. Massage therapists knead stress from tense muscles, and depilation experts use wax to whisk unwanted body hair away from faces, legs, and plates of nachos.
A tiger stares hungrily at a Changing Colors Salon customer. The cat can’t eat them, though—its face resides in the artwork of an airbrush manicure. Since 1988, the nail salon has brightened extremities with handiwork ranging from traditional manicures and pedicures, powered by OPI polish, to funkier looks such as glitter french tips, acrylic nails, and zebra-print designs. Beyond nail art, the salon tends to skin, with waxing, microdermabrasion, and rejuvenating treatments that combat aging more effectively than engineering the salon clocks to run backwards.