Daisy MD Care refurbishes dilapidated faces with a whirlwind of aesthetic offerings. A Clear FX microdermabrasion treatment sloughs away dead skin cells from facial surfaces, helping them disappear into a vortex like cows from a tornado-ravaged prairie. The safe and effective treatment leaves fallow flesh alleviated of fine lines, sun damage, acne scars, enlarged pores, discolorations, and more. Oxygen therapy sinks purifyingly pure O2 into the skin, invigorating it from within and giving remaining skin cells the tools and motivation to build a vibrant new subdermal metropolis of hard-working, yet hard-partying cellular socialites.
Pink and white striped walls and twinkling chandeliers overlook Savvy Chic Nail Cottage as 12 technicians in pink aprons flurry around plush Victorian armchairs, daubing fingers and toes in glossy polish. A feminine and shabby-chic oasis dreamed up by Ebony Bolton and her husband Michael in 2010, Savvy Chic treats guests to tea in vintage teacups and chocolates from See's Candies as they chat with staffers about their favorite shades of OPI and Gelish lacquers or revel in foot scrubs and hot-lotion massages. Acrylic nails in perfect ovals, squares, and dodecagons lend length and strength to fingertips, and children's mani-pedis pamper pint-size appendages. The cottage keeps its equipment spic and span beyond state standards with germicide, UV-heat sanitation, and disposable protective pouches. Savvy Chic also hosts pedicure parties for bachelorettes and birthdays and frees chins, arms, and other areas from unwelcome fuzz with warm wax.
Spalon Lifestyle founders Philip De Vo and Jaclyne Le began studying skincare and relaxation therapies after quitting corporate jobs that left them feeling physically and spiritually depleted. Now, the duo of pampering proprietors jet-set around the world, sharing their stress-relief expertise at foreign salons and international trade shows. At Spalon Lifestyle, their home base, a skilled staff wields an arsenal of spa services to carry on their quest for tranquility, much like the extremely relaxed knights of King Arthur’s massage table