Jeanne knows firsthand the power of anti-aging treatments. Though the aesthetician admits to being of a certain age, she?s maintained a youthful appearance with the help of hydropeptides. After her first treatment, Jeanne thought, ?Oh my God?if it works for me at this age, it can work for anyone else.?
Beyond appreciating skincare's results, Jeanne understands how it works. She knows that keeping skin in top shape requires more than just a facial every once in a while. That?s why she couples all of her treatments with skincare tips, such as what ingredients to look for in skincare products, nutrition tips for healthy complexions, and which microdermabrasion crystals make for the prettiest earrings. ?I want them to be knowledgeable,? she says of her clients. ?I want them to have the power and know what?s going on.?
Led by naturopathic physician Dr. Justin Morse, Absolute Health Medical Center's team of massage therapists, a colon hydrotherapist an aesthetician, and a dental hygienist work together to create integrated, naturopathic and mainstream care plans for each patient. Through this approach, he and his staff members provide both primary medical and dental care. They assist clients through specialty services as well, from weight loss through HCG dieting to detoxification through colon hydrotherapy and infrared-sauna therapy. They also offer aesthetic services, such as organic skincare microdermabrasion, and chemical peels.
Julie’s Hair and Nail Salon’s professional stylists sculpt hairs on the heads of women, men, and children. Hair-coloring services dress ‘dos in a colors such as blonde, brunette, and see-through, and waxing services lift unwanted hairs out from their roots. The salon’s nail techs use Oregon-manufactured Light Elegance products to primp finger- and toe-tips, and salon products are also available for purchase for use at home or on horseback.
The stylists at More Pzazz boast an eclectic array of specialties?Noella Fisher, for example, focuses on dimensional color, whereas Bailey Barret expertly braids hair into interlocks, half backs, and corn rows. Those are just two of the many pros on the salon's team, and they all wield products from brands such as Redken and Pureology as they create custom hairdos. They share the space with aestheticians, who rejuvenate complexions with anti-aging facials, and manicurists, who brighten nails with a rainbow of colors.
Since forming in 1988, Oregon Medical Group has expanded into a team of more than 100 physicians ranging from pediatricians to specialists in orthopedics, dermatology, and neurology. Though the group is distributed among 13 clinics in Eugene and Springfield, all its physicians remain united by the goal of supplying patients with primary care and numerous specialties and services. The group also continues its healing practices outside of regular business hours at its after-hours clinic intended for patients with urgent medical concerns.
Merging state-of-the-art techniques with top-notch skincare products into comprehensive spa services, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery rejuvenates withered skin and enhances facial beauty. After entering the brightly lit office space, customers are greeted by a wonderfully furnished, sensually curved interior and friendly staff of medical aestheticians that offers complimentary advice on which treatments to seek and how to survive a zombie apocalypse. Marred mugs can benefit from a variety of facial therapies, such as dead-skin-slaying chemical peels ($90+), microdermabrasion ($125), and a deep-cleansing 75-minute European facial with pore refinement ($85).