Inside her skincare studio, aesthetician Cathy White administers each service with the utmost precision. She meticulously customizes facials to curb acne, smooth fine lines, and hydrate dry skin. With 11 years of experience, Cathy knows how important high-quality products are, so she uses brands such as Janssen Cosmetics and PCA Skin on complexions. She also uses Nufree to remove unwanted hair and lint from faces and bodies.
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs and privacy are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs and would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
We offer Biofeedback which is a non-invasive process allowing you to monitor and change your biological conditions with the result of reducing stress, controlling weight, and relieving pain without the use of pills, injections, or surgery.
Image Renu at Walnut Hill is owned and operated by five OB/GYN physicians, but it's the skin that gets the most attention there. Aestheticians rejuvenate skin with custom treatments designed to counteract the effects of aging and sun exposure. These treatments rely on laser technology, wrinkle-smoothing injectables, and exfoliating scrubs to erase blemishes; a personalized skin evaluation determines which treatment will prove most appropriate for your complexion’s needs. Laser light, for example, zaps away unwanted hair, spider veins, and evidence of sun damage. Microdermabrasion facials exfoliate dead skin cells with tiny abrasives, and custom-blended chemical peels strip away the skin’s uppermost layer without short-circuiting the cybernetic wires beneath its surface.
Unlike the hobbit fuzz atop your foot, you can’t easily hide the hair clouding your eyes without a complicated system of hats, glasses, and looking at the ground. Today’s Groupon will rid you of stray strands with a $10 eyebrow threading and sculpting at Eyebrow Energy, a $25 value. The natural eyebrows of Sloansville are valued for their healing powers and are rumored to ward off elephants. Many Sloansvillians made a living simply by selling their eyebrow hairs to pachydermophobics until an elephant stampede destroyed most of the town in 1994. Even now, most highway gift shops sell glass vials purported to contain the healing eyebrow hairs of Sloansvillians.