In the marketplace of health and beauty, most businesses spread themselves too thin and offer patrons a cluttered array of services. Like a restaurant where the menu has too many pages, the lack of a specialty is always a bad sign. At Electrolysis and Associates, the menu is an easy read for those hoping to evict unwanted hairs. With the latest in FDA-certified Hinkel technology, the team forages into the face-and-body follicles that harbor criminal fuzz without leaving yellow crime-scene tape behind. Treatment times vary depending on hair size and density.
A place for edible creativity, Yoli's beckons visitors to concoct their own frozen yogurt treats. The shop keeps 21 different flavors—including low-fat options—on tap, and its toppings bar incites snackers to load up on as many add-ons as they please. Bursts of color aren't limited to yogurt cups, however, as the shop features red tables and booths, retro white chairs, and two flat-screen TVs to make onsite munching extra comfortable.
For more than 17 years, Maximum Tan’s bronzing bulbs have shone over clients in search of a tan. The facility houses traditional tanning beds, as well as airbrushing equipment for those in search of a hue that’s UV-free. To enhance the effects of a session, the staff can prescribe the proper tanning lotion to moisturize skin and lock in color.
Good things comes in sevens—oceans, days of the week, and the number of fingers on your right hand, to name a few. It's serendipitous then that Southern Roots Salon's owner Kristy Hodson has seven years of experience manipulating hair to her clients' whims. Kristy can skew vintage with cute and classic wave or draw on her cutting-edge techniques for a modern punk cut or bright ombre highlights. Deep-conditioning treatments are also available to rehab and fortify strands.