Sugar, lemon, and water might not be the first things that come to mind when you think of hair removal, but these three natural components are all that the staff at SugarCoated Skincare need to gently remove unsightly strands. Led by Kristin Fennema, a massage therapist, aesthetician, and sugaring specialist, staff performs sugaring services to get rid of unwanted hairs all over the face and body of male and female clients. The sugar serves as a natural exfoliant, leaving skin silky smooth and removing even short hairs. Kristin and her team also pamper clients with services such as personalized massages and antioxidant facials that incorporate kiwi, lemon, or pomegranate. In all the spa’s services, staff work to nourish the skin, leaving it feeling rejuvenated and craving an after-dinner mint.
For six years, aesthetician Tiffany Pappas worked for high-end spas by the likes of Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa, learning about various facial techniques and the intricacies of different skincare lines. With her knowledge and skills fully sharpened, she would eventually strike out on her own and open Blush Aesthetics??an intimate, private space where raspberry-colored walls and charming d?cor complement a menu of facial and waxing treatments. Tiffany specifically uses Epicuren and Control Corrective products for their beauty-boosting effects and versatility, and also because they?ve never been tested on animals or non-consenting crash dummies.
Sugar & Spice gilds corporeal forms with a suite of beautifying procedures. Manicures and pedicures call upon skilled nail sculptors to trim cuticles and shape jagged claws into beautifully rounded finger ornaments before coating nails in chromatic armor. Piggies get extra pampering with a soothing footbath, a sugar scrub, massage, and pumice sloughing to remove rough calluses and stubbornly clingy octopuses.