Rejuvalase MedSpa, as its name suggests, is dedicated to the noninvasive advantages that lasers can provide—in fact, the med spa is so committed to the technology that it offers its own in-house laser-aesthetics training program. But despite Rejuvalase's love of the laser's touchless efficiency, it also proves its allegiance to luxury with an entire department devoted to head-to-toe day-spa treatments and salon services. As one side of the spa bustles with technicians administering laser hair removal and cellulite-reduction treatments, the other side exudes tranquility as clients slip on robes and slippers to receive facials and massages. A relaxation area—dubbed the Peacock Room for its avian-inspired decor and inability to outrun a tiger—allows clients a space to retreat in comfy recliners with a magazine and complimentary beverage in hand.
Stress Free Therapeutic Massage's licensed massage therapists live up to the business's name with soothing treatments customized to each individual's needs. Following an initial consultation, clients head to one of the studio's serene treatment rooms where cushy pillows cover massage tables amid soft lighting and tranquil artwork. Here, the massage therapist combines a range of techniques—Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and aromatherapy—to quell specific ailments, including work-related stress or injuries from Civil War reenactments that got too real. Throughout treatment, the practitioners may call upon products such as Prossage massage oils or Biofreeze pain reliever.
Softouch Permanent Makeup's steady-handed professionals subtly and safely enhance clients' natural features using the SofTap Hand Method. Unlike permanent makeup applied with a tattoo gun or water pistol loaded with borscht, the SofTap Hand Method applies pigment using small needles to gently tap color under the skin's surface, usually over the course of two visits to reduce healing time. Improve top lash batting averages with a slight dot of color between every lash ($250), or add permanent top or bottom eyeliner ($250). Fully shade a pout ($550) or fill out sparse or bare brows ($400) with natural-looking strokes that mimic the look of brow hair. Though the procedure may cause some pain, prettifying pros apply a numbing agent before application to reduce discomfort. Results can last from five to ten years, and require minimal touchups or makeout sessions with rainbows to maintain.
Certified aesthetician Alexis Marie learned her craft at the Palomar Institute of Cosmetology. After graduation, she continued to hone her expertise in chemical peels, waxing, and custom facials. Today, she works with clients to meet their beauty goals. After a consultation, she might recommend treatments such as an anti-aging facial, which incorporates a three-layer pumpkin enzyme. Alexis also offers other services, such as diamond microdermabrasions and back massages.