The relaxation squad at This Is It Salon and Spa believe just as strongly in cosmetic trends as they do in the medical benefits of massage. Though the salon’s service menu may seem polarized at first glance, the staff manages to pull it all together by creating proper pairings powered by high-end products from Aveda, Essential, and It&ly.
In the spa’s private rooms, therapists perform facials and body treatments, as well as 10 types of massages, each of which aids in the release of muscular tension and pain. Massage modalities range from deep-tissue and hot-stone varieties to carpal-tunnel or pre- and post-natal massage. The therapists also perform therapeutic massages to ease pain caused by chronic illnesses. The spa has been approved to accept insurance and physician referrals for medical massages. Regardless of the selected modality, the spa staff happily executes both in-studio and on-location sessions, traveling throughout the area to perform makeup and nail services for events ranging from weddings to stuffed-animal tea parties.
Your face is the first thing people notice about you, especially if it's imbedded in your chest. Wherever your face's location, licensed cosmetologist Jeri Michelle can employ her expert makeup skills to augment it in all the right places. Guests may also request Jeri's semipermanent lash extensions to cultivate a more voluminous look without messy mascara.
A longtime resident of Windsor, Dr. Patrick Smith, M.D. returned to the area after completing medical school and opened a family practice in 1987. He enjoyed the work but longed to transition into dermatology, for which he held both a passion and professional training. Years later, he assembled a team of estheticians and opened his namesake skincare clinic: Dr. P.X. Smith Medical Cosmetics.
Open for more than seven years, the clinic offers cosmetic and medical-grade services including Botox and Juvederm, laser skin-resurfacing treatments, and mole removal from both faces and lawns. Dr. Smith performs all medical consultations and directly supervises treatments performed by his highly trained staff.
As a skincare expert, the doctor is dedicated to educating his community about the dangers of excessive sun exposure. He worked at the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre before starting his family practice and coordinated the Mark Hunt Melanoma Awareness Fund-Raising Walk to heighten awareness of skin cancer, particularly malignant melanoma.
Nefertiti Beauty Salon?named in honor of the former queen of Egypt?celebrates timeless glamour with a traditional lineup of hair, nail, and waxing services powered by products from BC and Schwarzkopf. Staying true to the loose translation of "Nefertiti" as ?the beautiful one has arrived,? Nefertiti?s licensed stylists chisel down overgrown locks and repurpose manescapes with artfully executed layers accented by pops of colour. All services take place in a salon space that adheres to Egyptian style, from the wall accents to the receptionist who jots down appointments in hieroglyphics that uncannily resemble the English language.
Fusion Medical Spa operates under the supervision of Dr. Ayoub Sayeg, and its services reflect this clinical pedigree. Often, treatments make use of high-tech equipment, such as lasers that attack hair at the follicle level and microdermabrasion wands that rid faces of dead skin cells. Permanent makeup for the eyes, lips, and other features draws out the natural beauty in clients or the fading marker-faces of coconuts.
Founded by optician and inventor of the double-flare eyelash extension Jason Carruthers, Zipp Lash specializes in long-lasting extensions. When custom fitted by one of their lash experts, the gently curled synthetic lashes rest comfortably atop natural hairs, enduring showers and tears for up to two months before needing a refill.