For more than 30 years, Cade Clinique Salon & Spa has been keeping Denver beautiful with traditional aesthetic services and cutting-edge treatments. Hairstylists use trims, highlights, and texturizing treatments to design flattering hairdos, while aestheticians pamper clients with customized facials and massage therapists soothe tightly knotted musculature. However, the spa's technicians demonstrate their dedication to modern advancements by enlisting various technologies as well. In addition to zapping unwanted stubble or concealing acne scars with the help of a cosmetic laser system, they also use microdermabrasion wands and ultrasound wave treatments to leave skin as smooth as the slide that runs down the side of Mount Everest.
Nouveux Wax's trained aestheticians take painstaking care to maximize comfort and cleanliness, swiftly treating the skin with azulene soft and lavender hard waxes and steadfastly maintaining a no-double-dipping policy during bikini waxes. Their 19 years of collective experience and emphasis on personal attention landed them a Top of the Town award from 5280 magazine, who lauded the "professionalism with which Krista Staggs performed this, um, intimate procedure." Between yellow, pink, and purple walls, the aestheticians help men and women comfortably shed their unwanted body hair from all areas of the body, thus saving clients from having to buy a razor dinner.
Salon owner and master stylist Ergun Tercan leads a team of talented stylists in his salon, where continuing education and precise, stylish hair services are the norm. Born into a family of stylists, Tercan inherited their passion for hair and channeled it into his experience, which has spanned two decades and multiple trainings with Vidal Sassoon and the Bumble & bumble Academy. Beside wide and bright windows that mirror the smiles of the staff, stylists apply Wella professional color and style with Bumble & bumble products. They augment clients’ manes with natural hair extensions, imported from Europe. The team can refine expressions after eyebrow tinting or brow threading, which uses cotton threads to sculpt elegant curves or the classic sideways semicolon look.
Kelly Renader, licensed aesthetician at Skin and Body Lounge, works closely with her clients to determine potential remedies for skin issues such as acne, fine lines, and sun damage. In caring for clients, she proposes results-oriented regimens fortified by Image Skincare products that include treatments such as acne-fighting facials, skin-tightening ?face lifts,? and even back treatments. The spa also offers exfoliating chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments in packages of three and five.
Skin and Body Lounge?s skincare options are only the beginning of their services. The team also offers full body waxing, specializing in Brazilian waxes and brow shaping.
The techs at It's Simply Sugar sweep unwanted fuzz from bodies with professional-grade sugar paste comprised of sugar, water, and lemon. This concoction eschews dyes, fragrances, parabens, and petrols—pollutants that can cause irritation or skin to glow when you stand near a microwave. After techs slather exteriors with the unheated paste, they carefully remove coated hairs in the direction of the hair's growth to lessen any discomfort. Once skin has been thoroughly plucked, clients can don bathing suits without fear of itchiness. When techs aren't plucking strands, they offer services such as eyelash extensions, facials, and body scrubs.
Certified laser specialist Pamela Archer is a staunch believer in the manifold power of lasers, employing their beams to rid bodies of hair, spider veins, wrinkles, and fungus at BARELaser clinic. Her arsenal of Quanta lasers covers a wide range of wavelengths to address the needs of patients of all skin types and ham-radio-station preferences. The center's team of registered nurses conquers issues unreachable by lasers through skin-smoothing injections of Botox or dermal fillers.