At S'Scents Well Spa, the fragrances of 100% pure essential oils emanate from the shop’s signature line of handcrafted perfumes, lotions, massage oils, and candles. The staff pulls from these all-natural products to help rejuvenate bodies with services that help vanquish toxins and break down fat, potentially resulting in contoured torsos, boosted lymphatic systems, and softer skin. They infuse their essential oils into aloe-vera and seaweed body wraps and mist them onto patients during the shop’s signature body treatments. When noses need a rest or go on strike, patients can achieve relaxation by scheduling acupressure, reflexology, and reiki treatments.
Dr. B. Tasleyma Sattar is an osteopathic doctor and researcher who's devoted her practice to holistic family medicine. Drawing on her experience as the chief resident at Palmetto General Hospital and owner of Oakmont Wellness Center, Dr. Sattar conducts diagnostic tests and therapies to address everyday issues. At her office she specializes not only in family medicine but also in travel medicine, administering immunizations, offering one-on-one counseling, and supplying patients with airport-friendly, metal-free stethoscopes.
At Blueprint to Healthcare, a team of doctors, physician's assistants, and chiropractors guides patients toward personalized health goals with lifestyle education, wellness checks, and preventive care. In addition to reaching the masses with health fairs and seminars at local businesses, they treat individual patients with diagnostic evaluations, medical weight loss programs, physical therapy, and technical processes such as spinal ultrasounds, digital x-rays, and hugs from robots.
Zense's menu of traditionally prepared dishes transports diners with an infusion of fresh ingredients, exotic spices, and complex sauces. Duos can begin jaw-powered journeys with an appetizer of summer rolls ($4.99–$5.99) stuffed with chicken or shrimp and slathered in a peanut-pineapple sauce that possesses an SPF of 45. Tender morsels of siam beef soak in thai spices before chefs impale them with skewers and prop them next to a scoop of cucumber salad ($9.99). Palates swerve like miniature Segways down the pad see iew's wide rice noodles, which wind through egg, broccoli, and black-bean sauce ($9.99), and flavor receptors balance on pad thai's thin rice noodles, which weave through bean sprouts, scallions, and peanuts ($10.99). The menu closes out with stir-fries and a spectrum of colorful curries that are perfect for impromptu face painting on dull first dates.
The staff at Novopelle understand that beauty is not a finite resource, believing that high-tech cosmetic services, such as laser hair removal and sclerotherapy, should be accessible to everybody regardless of budget. This warm attitude doesn't just stop at the price points, though. Each client is treated to a meeting with a professional beauty consultant, who takes the time to analyze their skin, discusses treatment goals, and swap political commentary on the current state of the Vice President's complexion. A certified technician then takes the helm, performing anything from age-spot and sunspot removal to skin-tightening laser rejuvenation under the supervision of medical director Dr. Michael Morris.
Every Novopelle location also has a skin lounge—the place for facials and chemical peels. Their Fire and Ice facial, for example, mixes anti-aging benefits with hydration, exfoliation, and cleansing, whereas a Vi Peel works to clear complexions of acne and blemishes. For stubborn lines, technicians administer injections of Botox and Juvederm. For weight loss, consultants develop plans that incorporate hormone diets, lipotropic injections, and emotional support.