Skin is the body's largest organ, say the pros at Anti-Aging Aesthetics, so skincare "is not just about looking good." Serving as a barrier against bacteria and toxins, and bearing the brunt of environmental stressors, skin deserves to be treated kindly and the spa's estheticians rise to that challenge. Facials, LED therapy, peels, and microdermabrasion are among the dermal pampering processes here. There's something for almost every part of the body, like the "back facial" that cleanses dorsal pores and smooths out wrinkled "kick me" signs.
A Touch of Spa doesn’t just help customers feel more confident in their appearance, it aims to pack in the relaxation of a mini-vacation into each visit. Inside private treatment rooms, while soft music plays and trained bald eagles fan the air, aestheticians ease tension from muscles with seven massage modalities, including a method that incorporates bamboo and Chinese cupping techniques. They also soothe skin with several European-style facials: signature facials with lavender cleanser and a juniper and tea tree mask, pore-cleansing facials with Lotus Moon products, and collagen facials with acai extracts. In addition to boasting experience in a variety of skin care and bodywork techniques, many of the licensed aestheticians at A Touch of Spa are also bilingual.
Inside Lavender Med Spa's warmly lit suite, ornaments, paintings, and decorative mirrors festoon the walls. Besides looking nice, the mirrors actually serve a purpose: to show patrons their newly younger-looking selves staring back. The med spa works alongside one of Atlanta's top plastic surgeons, Dr. Morgan Davoudi, and specializes in anti-aging treatments, from brightening facials and medical-grade Revitalize peels to Botox injections and noninvasive ReFirme skin-tightening sessions. Similarly noninvasive are the spa's YAG, Alexandrite, and Diode lasers, which can remove unwanted hair from any type of skin as long as it's not made of mirrors.