Health and serenity coalesce at Renew Face and Body, providing facial services, massage therapy, laser skin treatments, and other high-tech beauty and wellness solutions. The center's anti-aging facial is a collagen mask that can refine fine lines and hydrate skin, and the vitamin enzyme peel combines vitamin C, glycolic acid, and enzymes in an aloe-vera base. IPL?Intense Pulsed Light?works well for acne, rosacea, and broken capillaries, and Smooth Shape's ultrasound cavitation is designed to remove fat from difficult to tone areas. Clients looking to feel as beautiful as they look can leverage Renew Face and Body's massage therapies, which range from healing aromatherapy to ache-alleviating deep-tissue massage.
Visiting Healthy Digestion and More is akin to hitting the reset button positioned directly above your navel. For the health center's services are designed to rid the digestive and circulatory systems of the toxins that we encounter on a daily basis. Colon hydrotherapy sessions, for example, flood large intestines with warm, sanitized water, while ionic foot baths and ear candling treatments provide spa-like comfort in addition to cleansing benefits.
With whimsical wall decals, pink and white draperies, and treatment beds upholstered in shimmering satin, Stylash looks more like a doll's dream house than a stuffy salon. It's a fitting setting for the shop's aestheticians, who use hypoallergenic glue and an extra-light touch to doll up lash lines with long, individual eyelash extensions that can last up to one month. But the comfy, feminine atmosphere also serves a purpose—the more relaxed clients are, the better their eyelashes adhere. To that end, the staff recommends that clients keep talking and yodeling to a minimum during application and encourages them to bring in personal music players to help quiet their minds.
Named one of America's Top Surgeons in 2009 by the Consumers' Research Council of America, Dr. Oleh Slupchynskyj draws upon nearly 20 years of experience as he helps clients attain their desired appearance. Dr. Slupchynskyj, director and founder of The Aesthetic Institute of New York & New Jersey, is an innovator in his field, developing procedures such a one- to two-hour mini face-lift that results in minimal scarring and recovery time for patients. Double board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, he?s also a familiar face to the media, bringing his expertise to publications including Vogue, New York magazine, and Woman?s World.
The Aesthetic Institute?s two locations, on Manhattan?s Upper East Side and in Chatham, provide a private, comfortable environment as clients receive high-quality care. Services range from Botox injections and rhinoplasty to reconstructive surgery, accommodating those seeking enhancements both large and small.
SKINNEY MedSpa founders Adriana and Marisa Martino?who just happen to be identical twin sisters?have been interested in medical aesthetics since they pursued their certification. They immediately set out working under doctors in various med spas, gaining expertise in everything from laser treatments to cellulite reduction. They used their extensive knowledge to open SKINNEY Medspa, where they lead a team of medical aestheticians who use lasers for hair removal, resurfacing facials, and stretch mark reduction. Boasting a wealth of positive press, they also perform treatments such as microdermabrasion and photo facials, and thanks to their on-staff physician, Dr. Halland Chen, plasma facials that can encourage cell rejuvenation through applications of the client's own treated plasma or pulverized TV screens.
Dr. Kevin Tehrani's vast knowledge of plastic surgery keeps him in demand––he's a published author, an international speaker, an assistant clinical professor at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and a go-to source for publications such as New Beauty magazine. But all this activity doesn't keep him from his patients. He typically spends an hour with them during their initial consultations, answering their questions, reviewing images of them on a computer, and projecting what they'd look like if they were made of pixels. Sometimes these consultations lead to cosmetic surgery, and sometimes Dr. Tehrani and his patients instead turn to such non-invasive aesthetic equipment as the Zeltiq CoolSculpting system. Ever the innovator, Dr. Tehrani launched an iPhone app called iLipo, which helps patients to alter their image on the spot to see how a given treatment will transform their body.