Under the direction of Dr. Scott Jenkins, a board-certified plastic surgeon, the staff at Sedona Skin Spa tends to aesthetic needs with lasers, skincare, and dermal fillers. Each staff member is certified in laser treatments that help to remove unwanted hair, resurface complexions, or tighten the skin. The well-equipped aestheticians also can perform facials, microdermabrasion, and peels using products from SkinMedica and Image Skincare. Meanwhile, a certified nurse injection specialist can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and furrows with FDA-approved injectables. The spa now offers Visia technology services- using this service, an aesthetician is able to offer a complexion analysis in less than a minute– providing insight into the different areas of health and appearance that can be affected by natural wear and tear.
At Salon Rochae, stylist and Redken-certified master colorist Tammie Kelsay beautifies hair with cutting, styling, coloring, and keratin smoothing treatments. Kelsay's career has led her to rove around the country, training with Bumble and bumble stylists in New York City and trimming the coats of Delaware?s secret colony of woolly mammoths. She adds vibrancy to hair with organic, vegan All-Nutrient colors and employs antimicrobial Nufree products to wax away unwelcome hairs.
Laura Buske, a resident stylist at Zina’s Salon, brings more than a decade of chic styling know-how to her litany of tress-taming services. Upon arrival, clients can opt for a complimentary consultation with Laura, where she’ll map a follicular battle plan and rid noggins of any precariously balancing dictionaries. Laura deftly snips away superfluous locks before elegantly rearranging the enduring strands into a modish, dependable style. Newly trimmed tresses flourish during a deep-conditioning treatment, which douses arid manes in fortifying moisture to repair damaged strands and endow the silken shimmer of a newborn wookie. Alternatively, guests can opt for a basic coloring treatment, choosing from a coterie of vivid shades to suit their new style. Each service lasts around 60 minutes, and may conclude with a short styling lesson from Laura that allows patrons to re-create the same look from their home, office, or chamber of mirrors.
After beginning with six modest traditional beds in 1990, Tropical Tan has expanded its body-bronzing pursuits to include 24 UV- and spray-tanning units housed within a pristine, violet boutique. Reflecting the salon's commitment to client comfort, UV beds combat claustrophobia with wide openings and display an intuitive control panel that empowers guests to program their preferred shade. Airbrush consultants dispense personalized tips for UV-free tanners, along with directions for navigating the Norvell sunless spray-tanning booth's passage into Narnia. The salon also stocks body products from brands such as CalTan, Designer Skin, Australian Gold, MR International, and Swedish Beauty, which condition skin to deepen and sustain new hues.
At Sculpt 2, clients can trim and revitalize their bodies into shapely silhouettes with microcurrent body-sculpting treatments, which use the same SX-4000Pro system as seen on Rachel Ray Human Lab. Whether used on stubborn arm fat, relentless abdominal fat, or mildly disagreeable leg fat, the SX-4000Pro microcurrent stimulates the muscles with electricity and electro house music to strengthen and define muscles by increasing the effectiveness of ATP breakdown and protein synthesis. When used over multiple treatments and combined with proper dieting, clients can see dramatic and romantic comedy results, anywhere from 3–10 inches throughout the body. Microcurrent treatments also stimulate collagen and elastin production, providing for smoother, more youthful skin when blending in at baby town-hall meetings.