At 63rd Laser & Skin Clinic, the expert staff's ultimate goal is to make clients feel more beautiful. They tackle that duty with services that range from skincare to body sculpting. Spa treatments such as facials, microdermabrasion, and peels uncover glowing, youthful-looking skin, whereas Botox injections focus on fading wrinkles from sight. For the body, cellulite-reduction treatments and laser hair removal help clients reach their ideal form. The clinic even has a cosmetic and plastic surgeon who artfully performs face-lifts, liposuction, and implant surgery.
When Dr. Mary Peterson examines a patient, she doesn't see a person with an ailment but instead sees "a person wanting to take back control of their temple, their body." Keeping her patients' feelings in mind helps the doctor personalize treatment plans that will comfortably address their problems. These plans usually incorporate a blend of chiropractic care and acupuncture to improve nerve function and boost the body's innate ability to heal itself. Inside Dr. Peterson's private treatment rooms, a staff of aestheticians complements the doctor's curative therapies with relaxing massages, rejuvenating facials, and comforting bear-hugs.
Within a clean and modern salon, proprietor Lisa Vogrich and her team of beautification beacons pamper physiques from head to toe with a multitude of services. Savvy strand specialists trim tarnished head helmets into updated shapes during haircuts, offered for women ($40+), men ($22+), children ($15+), and wax statues of children. Highlights ($65+ for partial, $75+ for full) add sunny luster to winter-weary locks, and full color ($60+) treatments are ideal for reformed clowns hoping to be taken seriously in a corporate career. Clients can obtain artfully arched brows ($15) or repel water on arms ($40) and legs ($60) with expert waxing services, or treat five-pronged pals to a manicure ($18), wherein a nail technician relaxes clappers with a massage before soaking, shaping, and painting.
Cosmetologist Nicole loved the look of a natural tan, but wasn’t happy with the damage it could do to skin. Lucky for her, she discovered spray tanning and promptly opened Glam and Glo to provide the skin-safe bronzing service to others. She custom blends her organic solution, taking into consideration each client’s skin tone and envisioned shade of bronze. She then airbrushes the color on by hand to ensure even, full coverage regardless of clients’ existing color or if they're still factory sealed in plastic packaging.
C'est La Vie Hair Boutique & Spa's private manicure and pedicure stations reside in a cove that's as stylish as the nails that emerge from it, its deep-blue walls and plush leather chairs partitioned off by attractive drapery. This appreciation of the finer things extends to the lineup of spa and salon products: staffers use popular OPI polishes to paint nails and Goldwell products to add color to hair that's dabbling in the artsy black-and-white phase of its career. Though the spa specializes in bridal hair and makeup services, men shouldn't feel left out, as the slate of male-centric treatments includes beard grooming, gray-hair blending, and even a special men's facial.