The team at Revive Spa improves and sustains clients' health through natural methods. They utilize the Thermojet Plus body-wrap system, whose long and short infrared rays induce sweating to detoxify bodies. During each wrap, technicians place six treatments pads on stubborn areas, such as the hips, thighs, and abdomen, instigating a fat-liquefying process called thermolipolysis.
At the Duluth location, staffers can add an exfoliating sea-salt scrub akin to a good sandcastle trampling. Though not included in today's deal, this location's massage therapists can also enhance traditional Swedish, deep-tissue, or neuromuscular massages.
Located in the Marriott Evergreen, a resort described by an NBC Channel 11 reporter as "like being in another world," The Spa at Evergreen celebrates 10 years of transporting guests to another dimension of relaxation with pampering massage, skin, and nail services. The décor of each of the in-hotel spa’s treatment rooms is inspired by an element to add an air of ritual to massages, facials, and body wraps. In the earth room, dark tones and the soothing scent of sandalwood and teak form a stark contrast to the lavender-colored, citrus-scented wind room, where aestheticians perform facials with Dermalogica products. In the water room, a rain shower in the ceiling rinses mud and seaweed from bodies after exfoliating body treatments or slimming wraps. Flickering candles warm the final treatment space, aptly named the fire room, where soothing massages atop heated treatment tables melt muscles like caramel snowmen.
The technicians at Spa Degas boost the radiance levels of customers with a range of indulgent facials, chemical peels, waxing services, body-slimming wraps, and eyelash extensions. Additionally, permanent eyeliner, eyebrows, and lip color keep makeup perfect on skin during everything from workouts to sleeping to bobbing for apples. Spa Degas also keeps heads warm and looking great with a selection of human-hair wigs.
The founders of Body Medical Contouring—president Jonathan Penn and creative director Heather Hohweiler—set out on a year of travel and research, hoping to discover the latest noninvasive and minimally invasive body-sculpting treatments. After achieving success they opened a facility, which Hohweiler designed and marked with Romanesque white columns and green topiary-like accents. But Hohweiler didn't join Penn on his sojourn merely because she wanted to create a luxurious medical aesthetics center—it was personal. She experienced firsthand the effectiveness of the services their center now offers, having lost an impressive 72 pounds. As she explained on Atlanta & Company, Hohweiler used a potent combination of mesotherapy—a series of injections that metabolize fat deposits—and carbossi therapy, which employs medical-grade carbon dioxide gas to increase circulation and eliminate fat cells.
To perform their wrinkle- and fat-ousting protocols, Penn and Hohweiler assembled a team of medical experts and time travelers from the future. Medical director Dr. Tosha Rogers and two registered nurses target stubborn fat and cellulite with Exilis radio-frequency sessions or via the hCG injectable diet and B-12 lipotropic injections. The med spa's cutting-edge treatments have been featured in numerous local media, including The Atlantan Brides magazine and the Fashionado blog.