Staffers at The Spa at Riverwood perform a variety of pampering services with top-shelf beauty products. Patrons kick back in leather pedicure thrones as nail techs adorn feet with OPI nail polish and CND creams. Meanwhile, aestheticians wax away unwanted facial and body hair, lengthen lashes with extensions, or cleanse pores during facials.
Many people seek out pedicures to relax, or feel pampered–but according to Diabetes Forecast, they can mean quite a bit more for patrons with diabetes. Clean, well-tended feet can help in the management of diabetes, and Tickled Pink Salon & Nail Spa meets this need with its Dia-Pedi. Tickled Pink's nail artists also tend to tinier hands and feet with its Princess manicures and pedicures, designed specifically for patrons age 5–12.
The refurbished home lounges so sleepily against the tree-lined property that it is hard not to knock on the door before entering. Inside, though, the salon is wide awake. The walls swell with installments of deep orange and verdigris, which crackle against the dark wooden hair stations and matching mirrors. Chatter drifts from stylists in individual consultations as they prepare to clip, color, treat, or extend tresses with Paul Mitchell and natural Carol's Daughter products.
Quieter still, the throaty rasp of emery boards draws eyes to nail technicians armed with warm oil, paraffin wax, and long-lasting OPI polish. Recognizing that the body deserves coddling too, aestheticians promote circulation with leg massages or improve air circulation by throwing one of the salon chairs through a closed window.
At the Beach Tanning & Nail Spa?s technicians help patrons carve out a little time for self-pampering. The nail technicians graduated from Troutman's College of Manicuring, and performs nail services that cover the basics?manicures and pedicures?as well as more trendy treatments, such hand or foot Paraffin Treatments. For a longer-lasting shine you can also upgrade to Shellac/Gel Polish.