Le Celle Medical Wellness and Aesthetics focuses on providing top-notch aesthetic and medical skin-care treatments while integrating Eastern and Western methods, creating worldly, Pangaea-inspired treatments. Center headmaster Dr. Kimberlee Terry acquired her MD at Ohio State University and has been practicing as a physician of internal medicine for more than eight years. She blends each customer’s overall health and goals into a focused beam of customized treatment, which is then administered using care, precision, and willpower.
Denver Skin Aesthetics is a skin-care clinic staffed by a flock of medical doctors that remain on-hand at all times. Situated on the top floor of the Plastic Surgery Clinic, this federation of skin-health aficionados provides a variety of services to the Denver area. With today's Groupon worn as a sun visor, you'll receive a comprehensive face placation over the course of one hour. First, a member of the skilled staff evaluates your skin type to determine how best to tailor the treatment to the individual needs of each exterior. This analysis is followed by a facial cleansing and the Diamond Tome microderm itself. The treatment works to slough away the face's outermost layer of dead skin cells with the aid of a diamond-chip-tipped wand, which exfoliates to uncover an untapped trove of skin gold. Following the procedure, the aesthetician applies a soothing mask appropriate for your skin type, followed by about 10 minutes of hydrating steam and five minutes of showering you in compliments. Extractions are only taken if determined necessary; after a dollop of moisturizer and skin-smoothing product, you'll be sent home, visage agleam.
Ambiance defines Voila Salon Spa Parfumerie. Behind its brick storefront, a team of stylists, aestheticians, and other beauty professionals recreate the feeling of a Parisian spa from some bygone era. Shades of purple and red offset brick columns and floors, while artwork—most inspired by France—completes the scene. Beneath a ceiling mural painted to look like the sky sits what is arguably Voila's most unique attraction: its parfumerie, the Phia Lab. Customers sit at stools along what resembles an upscale bar, except the mixologist here is Michelle Roark, a chemical engineer and former professional skier who blends together custom scents.
Those signature aromas waft into other areas of Voila, where stylists, colorists, and barbers revamp stale hairstyles. Aestheticians, meanwhile, treat skin concerns with products from the Sanítas Skincare line, manufactured and designed in nearby Boulder—a town whose streets have never broken out in acne.
April Rubio puts her more than 15 years of beautification experience to work at April's Esthetics. Extensive training as a waxing specialist has rendered her able to swiftly and professionally depilate unwanted fuzz from hirsute bodies or overly mossy tree trunks. She swathes faces in the luxury of facials and microdermabrasion treatments drawing on a stock of Glo Therapeutics skincare products.
More than 25 years ago, licensed massage therapist and single mom Peggy Irvin was facing the challenges of raising two children on her own. Despite her personal struggles, Irvin dedicated her life to making other people more comfortable. She founded the original Body Massage Wellness Spa as a massage-only establishment, but through creativity and determination, has assembled a team of highly trained professionals and designed a space that is as soothing as the spa treatments on offer.
Guests sip warm cups of tea before a fragrant aromatherapy or deep-tissue massage, then head to a private room for a facial, Zerona laser body-contouring session, or Botox or Juvederm injection. During manicures, guests sit in cushy high-backed leather chairs facing wooden room dividers whose mirrored panels are ideal for admiring newly polished fingers or seeing how long you can make eye contact with yourself before it gets weird. To further banish quotidian stress, Irvin has outfitted the reception area with tranquil beige and blue-green earth tones and an abundance of plants.
The specialists at TransLife Wellness Center know that the human body is electric and they mimic the natural, tiny currents it produces during their microcurrent treatments. Doled out by the millionth of Ampere—an Ampere being the unit used to measure an electrical current—these tiny pulses help activate cells' self-healing capacity. Microcurrent treatments can help alleviate injuries or simply rejuvenate faces, combating signs of aging such as wrinkles and sun damage caused by exploring the sun without a parasol.