The shot bar at Wired Wellness Physicians won't get you tipsy, but it might make you feel happier and more energetic. The dozens of injectable "cocktails" on offer are special blends of vitamins and other ingredients selected to boost energy and metabolism or address specific health concerns.
Wired Wellness Physicians' staff include a naturopathic doctor and other wellness experts, and together they rejuvenate bodies with many natural treatments?everything from hormone-replacement therapy to nutritional-deficiency therapy. They also use natural treatments when combating skin woes, such as microneedling to even out skin tone, sclerotherapy to fade spider veins, and platelet-rich-plasma facelifts to smooth fine lines.
A fresh tan gives skin a healthy touch of color, but Harlow Boutique Salon’s treatment eliminates one risky element from traditional bronzing: UV rays. Instead, one of the salon’s aestheticians sprays on an aloe-based blend of antioxidants and anti-aging ingredients that soothes skin as it shades. The stylists and aestheticians also perform a range of hair, wax, skincare, and makeup services, including elegant hairstyling for proms or lumberjack galas.
Using CND and OPI products and an artistic eye, CND-trained manicurist Stephanie Logar can create dazzling nail art. Her designs range from simple zigzags to detailed Oregon Ducks logos. If you don't want your nails to stand out, Stephanie offers clear and nude shades as well as french tip.
Certified by the State of Oregon's Department of Human Service, Emerald Valley Backflow's technicians help protect homes' drinking water. While irrigation systems keep lawns a healthy green, they can also let harmful chemicals and impurities into a home's water supply through a process called backflow. The licensed, insured, and bonded experts test these systems to ensure that lawn flamingos' tears never pollute a home's drinking water. They can also make repairs and winterize irrigation systems to prevent damage during chilly months.
A professional photographer since 2001, Aemi Beamer uses a photojournalistic approach to capturing images, believing that her subjects are at their most photogenic when comfortable and relaxed. With this in mind, she takes family portraits outside the studio to client?s homes or community parks and adjusts her intensity to match children?s comfort levels. In addition to standard portraiture and wedding sessions, her experience in traveling around the world has fueled a love for snapping shots of abstract images, nature, and popular monuments.