Guided by a licensed medical director, the team of certified laser technicians at Hellenic Laser Spa helps men and women refine their complexions with an array of skin services. Harnessing noninvasive light waves from diode, yag, and alexandrite lasers, team members prune unwanted body hair, even out pigmentation, alleviate acne, and blast toenail fungus. Radio frequency, infrared light, CO2 fractional, and Botox and Juv?derm injections iron out facial wrinkles that lead to sagging skin, crow's-feet, and being mistaken for a painting of an ancestor. The facility also boasts a team of massage therapists ready to smudge away stress with soothing kneads during Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages.
Steve and Kim Weiner take pride in their ability to mesh medical-grade wellness treatments with a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere. The co-owners began their careers as an aesthetic equipment salesman and a paramedical aesthetician respectively, giving them extensive professional insight into the role that technology can play in rejuvenating clients? appearances. Their spa embraces some of these technologically based treatments, including infrared body wraps, teeth whitening and hair removal with cosmetic laser systems, and lipotron skin-tightening sessions, which use radio frequencies to firm skin tone and broadcast warning messages to crow?s-feet. The center also offers basic spa treatments, such as massages and deep-cleansing facials.
For the past 17 years, aesthetician Kathryn of Skincare by Kathryn has been hard at work inside her petite spa, brightening complexions with organic Hungarian products and herbs. Kathryn handles all services at the spa, allowing her to monitor the progress of repeat visitors. She tailors each service to the client's particular skin type and relies on the gentle, wholesome healing powers of natural products, such as exfoliating papaya enzymes. A well-rounded aesthetician, Kathryn also specializes in treating teenage skin, which tends to be more volatile and more vulnerable to the peer pressure of pimples.
Founded by Doctors Tahl N. Humes and W. Jason Martin, Vitahl Medical Aesthetics pairs safe and professional medical procedures with a tranquil, spa-like environment. Medical-grade lasers assist the doctors and their team of registered nurses, physicians' assistants, and laser specialists in sculpting the body, rejuvenating the skin, or lessening the appearance of scars, sun damage, and tattoos bearing the name of the wrong mother. The staffers also help to remove wrinkles with injectable solutions, create lusher lashes with doses of Latisse, and battle stubborn acne with medical peels.
With the help of Spa Bella Medispa's certified staffers, patients turn back the clock on the aging process, removing the touch of Father Time with facial treatments ranging from exfoliating microdermabrasion and enzyme facials to Botox wrinkle blockers. Staffers also offer skin resurfacing with DOT fractional CO2 laser treatments on various body parts, as well as laser liposuction which uses low-level light to eliminate body fat.
The recipe for floatation therapy, or sensory deprivation therapy as it's also known, requires three things: a 7-foot tank, enough water to create a 10-inch buffer between the floater and the tank's bottom, and 1,000 pounds of magnesium sulfate. The purpose of using all of that magnesium sulfate isn't to get rid of that eyesore of a magnesium sulfate mountain. It's to densify the water, which, similar to the water of the Dead Sea, allows people to float on it. The process is common knowledge to the staff at Float Good, who specialize in the relaxing therapy. Each 60- to 90-minute session can help reduce stress, alleviate magnesium deficiency, and improve conditions such as anxiety.