The stylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists at Pure Salon and Spa pamper clients from scalp to sole with a full menu of hair, skin, and body treatments. They update looks with haircuts and color treatments or send unwanted body hair packing with sugaring sessions. Mani-pedis leave fingers and toes primped and polished, and massages relax even the most tightly wound of muscles.
The practitioners at Laser Regeneration work with the most advanced lasers on the market to treat a wide range of issues for all skin types. By removing unwanted hair, plantar warts, or spider veins, they help clients achieve healthier, blight-free skin. GentleLase treatments allow both men and women to reduce hair permanently in a quick, effective process, while Vbeam lasers can reduce spider veins, uneven pigmentation, stretch marks, and more. Sharon Wilber, the founder and owner of Laser Regeneration, calls upon more than 20 years of business experience, which she leveraged to partner with the eminently qualified Dr. Jack Cheng. Dr. Cheng has a PhD in toxicology from the University of Cincinnati, and he is a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine.
At I-Too, a team of experienced aestheticians works tirelessly to capture and eradicate errant hair using a combination of traditional and modern methods. An ancient Eastern art, eyebrow threading uses only a small, 100% cotton thread and the skillful hands of its master to carefully remove renegade forehead follicles. The process achieves finely sculpted brows by twisting the thread around the offending strands, evicting them quickly, painlessly, and before they can ask for their security deposit back. Because it doesn't strip the top layer of skin, threading is an appropriate technique for all skin types, causing minimal irritation or emotional distress to the face.
Medical aesthetics specialist Lisa Mangrum brings almost 20 years of experience and an arsenal of advanced technology to her med spa. Peels, photofacials, and microdermabrasions work together to refresh complexions, and a quartet of carefully calibrated lasers lets staff adapt hair-removal treatments to different skin and hair types. Injectables, such as Botox, aim to smooth out facial contours, and permanent makeup leaves mugs photo-ready, even when doused in Gatorade after a spelling-bee win.
• For $5, you get an eyebrow wax (a $10 value). • For $17, you get a Brazilian wax (a $35 value). Spa maven Shannon White artfully evicts unwanted body hair amid the private, recently renovated confines of Coco Beleza Wax Studio. Wielding hard wax—a less painful alternative to liquid wax and paper strips—Shannon quickly clears stubborn stubble from most clients in 15 minutes or less. The eyebrow wax clears stray follicles from the forehead, sculpting eye adornments into neat arcs or radical lightning bolts. Meanwhile, the Brazilian sheds unfriendly fuzz with full hair removal in the nether regions. Both services render skin as smooth and brilliant as Aristotle's velvet bathrobe, and Brazilianed bits normally stay bare for up to four weeks.
Dr. Pradeep K. Sinha leads a well-rounded team of beauty-boosters in gently banishing unwanted body fur. The LightSheer XC Diode laser is safe for all skin types and hair colors, and it includes a handheld cooling device to keep clients comfortable and unintimidating to ice cream. During each hair-removal session, the high-tech gadget shines long pulses of brightness down on pesky fuzzies, which have been afraid of the spotlight ever since forgetting lines in their high school's production of Oklahoma. Once hairs stop quaking in their roots, they evacuate the body, leaving smooth skin behind as a parting gift.