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By observing the golden rule with every haircut, skincare treatment, and massage, the beauty specialists at Karma Salon & Spa generate positive reciprocity: clients leave feeling satisfied, communicate their joy to others, and generate a new crop of patrons. In other words, Karma's professionals create good karma. Services serve a diverse clientele, both in terms of age and ethnicity. A symphony of blow-dryers and scissors hum "Kumbaya" as stylists, armed with Redken and Bed Head products, revamp coifs. In a private treatment room, aestheticians employ natural anti-aging products such as fruit enzymes to give skin a more youthful look. Karma's nail techs embellish digits with acrylics or lacquer, and massage therapists knead out knots.

113 W Baker St
Media,
PA
US

Those arriving to Enigma Medi Spa for the first time might be struck by the chic, contemporary decor, which mixes modern chandeliers and sleek furniture with Asian-inspired accents. But the spa doesn?t just look pretty??behind each beautiful treatment room door lies the latest aesthetic technology, administered under the watch of medical director Dr. Oleg Volchonok, a double board-certified specialist in gastroenterology and internal medicine.

Using a computerized skin-analysis system, Dr. Volchonok?s staff can customize a skincare regimen unique to each client?s needs and goals and steer them toward treatments that might include IPL photorejuvenation, microcurrent facelifts, or a 24K gold facial. Beyond customized skincare treatments and slim-down plans, the mei spa also offers laser body contouring and a relaxing salt therapy room, which has LED lights surrounded by pure Himalayan rock salts that emanate 84 minerals and negative ions. This helps to increase the natural healing process in addition to improving sleep, calming allergies, and helping asthma suffers breathe easier.

Enigma Medi Spa has also been helping clients acquire smooth, hair-free physiques for six years. Under doctor supervision, The GentleMax Laser treatment is the newest and most powerful way to remove hair. The system contains two lasers: The Alexandrite or Alex, for lighter skin and The Yag for dark skin. The med spa is home to five FDA-approved laser hair-removal devices that speedily target and remove unwanted hair with the precision of a Whac-A-Mole champion.

11700 Bustleton Ave.
Philadelphia,
PA
US

At Balance Health Center, balance is the central philosophy and comes into play through many of the center's services. During both private and group yoga classes, instructors teach students to hold asanas to strengthen their core muscles and tone their bodies. The ancient practice is also renown for helping harmonize the mind, body, and spirit through physical exercise and meditation, which helps practitioners with stress relief and balancing both physical and spiritual needs.

But the health center doesn't offers more than yoga to meet those goals. The team here takes a holistic approach in all their practices, whether they are offering workshops on Feng Shui or acupuncturists are administering their procedures to tackle issues such as insomnia or a crippling fear of acupuncture needles.

112 South 20th Street
Philadelphia,
PA
US

After earning his massage therapy certification from Rizzieri School for the Healing Arts, Damian Colella knew just where to go. A South Philadelphia native, Colella opened his practice where his roots were planted, knowing it was a ?community that continues to grow and offer its residents culture and high-end services.?

In his hometown location, Colella releases tension with soothing massage techniques and rejuvenates countenances with hydrating facials. His massages work to improve circulation and restore vital energy that may have been lost during hours without a battery charger. His facials cleanse the skin and fight problems such as aging or acne. Dermalogica products infuse moisture into parched skin, and a skin-repair serum heals afflicted areas with lavender, essential oils, and invisible band-aids.

2545 S Broad St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

The owners of Spa Bavu take their business' name from a Swahili word meaning "inner strength and power". This idea permeates the atmosphere of their small, private spa, where African décor mingles with internationally inspired treatments. Therapists combat aches with six massage modalities, using the long, gliding strokes of the Swedish technique or the heated basalt rocks that ply muscles during hot-stone massages. To exfoliate skin and melt tension, they perform body treatments— aromatic steam baths, Israeli mineral mud and warm French seaweed wraps, and chocolate-infused scrubs. They also help clients ease off stuck Halloween masks with six facials using lavender and green tea blends and oil-balancing formulas.

1800 John F Kennedy Boulevard
Philadelphia,
PA
US

At Le Reve Medical Spa, Sophia Brodsky and her fellow aestheticians employ environmentally friendly products in order to improve clients? outward appearances without compromising their health. The studio surrounds guests with a warm, sandy color scheme with decorative lighting and exposed brick, providing a calming environment where daily cares can be laid to rest. As visitors unwind, Le Reve?s team members tend to them with spa services for both outer beauty and inner wellness, from med-spa treatments and electrolysis to couples massage and chiropractic care. Aestheticians also operate a mobile spa service, bringing therapies directly to clients at their workplaces, hotels, or favorite dimly lit alleys.

2012 Walnut St
Philadelphia,
PA
US