At SoVA Laser, the certified laser technicians rely on one tool for their cosmetic treatments: Alma Lasers’ Harmony XL machine. The high-tech laser can be used to remove unwanted hair and minimize the appearance of spider veins or sun spots. To prevent discomfort, IN-Motion technology helps create a steady, controlled stream of laser energy.
Tan ’n Time's staff of skin bronzers maintains clean, quality Tan America equipment, bestowing patrons with consistently superb epidermal bronzing. Five levels of premium beds come universally equipped with facial bulbs and cool airflow, which cuffs its air jeans and strums an air guitar. At the Colonial Heights location, Ergoline 600 beds ($19/session) douse skin suits in the rays of 52 bulbs, four facial lamps, and shoulder tanners for maximum umber tones. Refusing to be outdone, the Chester and Hopewell locations house high-pressure Matrix booths ($25/session), which dole out 12-minute sessions that leave skin tints darker than Katie Couric's nightmares. For strengthened base-tans, a month in a super bed ($42.95) gradually piles on russet affectations, and one session in a VersaSpa sunless tanner ($25) voice-guides customers to UV-free bronzing. To keep tans from stressing out about extinction, Tan ’n Time's three locations provide customers with convenient tanning options all over town.
The fully glass exterior of Aroma Spa exposes the glowing dispositions of staff members bustling between a reception desk and coffee-hued armchairs in the waiting area. Dark cherry cabinetry contrasts polished wood floors and shelves loaded with products from Matrix, OPI, and Bioelements. Dreamy sighs drift from private rooms for body wraps and massages, serving as an aural backdrop to black salon chairs standing in front of mirrors as though they were filled with vain ghosts. Throughout pampering services, patrons sip piping-hot coffee, and full-day spa-goers nibble on a complimentary lunch or dinner amid mint-green walls.