Within A New You Salon and Spa's 1,200-square-foot studio, aestheticians employ organic products and gentle waxes to oust unwanted hair and refine complexions. Five stylists man haircutting stations in the main salon area, and a warren of private treatment rooms allows aestheticians to cleanse pores with organic ingredients or wax away unwanted hair in privacy. During waxing services, staff members cut down on discomfort by using numbing antiseptics, gentle lavender or zinc waxes, and a promise of monthly postcards to suddenly lonesome hairs as they de-fuzz bodies.
Aesthetician Jodi customizes her facials to ensure that each client’s issues are addressed. She focuses on fighting acne, sopping up excess oil, and smoothing fine lines. A microdermabrasion wand helps her remove the outer layers of dead skin cells, so skin looks billions of seconds younger. She also happily waxes off unwanted facial fuzz for a smooth surface.
Beauty Marx offers head-to-toe style services. Their staff specializes in cuts and coloring treatments for the hair, mani-pedis for the nails, and waxing for the body. They also offer facial threading and special-event styling that leaves clients looking red-carpet ready.
The aestheticians at Salon 21 soothe chafed cheeks, chapped chins, and generally vexed visages with customized facials using Dermalogica products matched to skin types. The one-hour European facial kicks off with a pore-polishing cleanse and then it banishes roving free radicals with an antioxidant hydration treatment. An exfoliating massage sloughs off last season's out-of-style cells, and the facial mask offers the perfect disguise for a ball. Arms and hands emit a relaxed sigh during a massage, delicate peeper and kisser areas soak up a special salve, and skin is left rejuvenated and dewy like a newborn baby resting in a front yard. Clients with specific conditions, such as acne or a permanent-marker mustache, receive a treatment tailored to their needs.
Visitors typically head to Willow Medical Spa for myriad wellness treatments, from dental care to laser peels. Sometimes, though, the perfect pick-me-up is actually a mani-pedi, a fact no one knows better than nail technician Beth Counts. She pampers fingers and toes in the spa's salon, painting nails with traditional and gel polishes that come in a rainbow of colors, from romantic red to hiding-out-in-a-blueberry-patch blue.
Medical aesthetician Cora Jaques doesn't just want you to look better on the outside––she wants you to feel confident in knowing you're getting the most advanced laser and anti-aging treatments the industry has to offer. Beyond boasting 35 years of experience in the beauty industry, Cora received her advanced laser training firsthand from the inventors of the Elos laser machine, and today, she uses the Elos eLight system to remedy skin imperfections, such as acne, sunspots, and wrinkles that spell out your birthdate. Along with a staff of aestheticians and laser technicians well versed in everything from photofacials to ReFirme skin tightening, Cora also pampers bodies with state-of-the art spa services. Certification in clinical facials allows the staff to custom-tailor a complexion regimen for each face, incorporating microdermabrasion or toning serums as needed, and body wraps call upon the powers of seaweed or volcanic mud to hydrate or firm the skin.