Kim Phung Beauty Salon’s aestheticians rejuvenate cheeks, chins, and surrounding areas with spa-style exfoliation treatments. A time-tested cloud of crystals sweeps away spent and flaky skin, and the resulting detritus immediately vanishes through a tiny vacuum. Freshly unveiled skin shines with a healthy young glow alongside fewer fine lines and blemishes. The one-hour treatment typically requires very little downtime, ensuring that patients can make evening bridge-club appointments in time to get kicked out for looking too young.
Spa Sydell traces its roots back to 1982, when its flagship spa opened under the moniker of Sydell Skin Care Salon. A spike in popularity led the spa to change its name to the leaner Spa Sydell and expand to seven locations. Today, the spa’s experts form a team of licensed skincare professionals and massage therapists, all of whom must pass intense training processes in the spa's signature techniques. Dr. Tara Margarella and Dr. Herb Kollinger are skilled in advanced injection techniques and work alongside nurse Cheryl Gillis to help perfect the latest aesthetic and cosmetic treatments, using only US FDA approved products.
Under the direction of Dr. Laura Mills, the aestheticians at Skin Aesthetics Med Spa & Laser Center call upon clinical and spa services to cultivate their clients' beauty. On the medical side, Botox does battle with unwanted facial wrinkles and lasers do their part to eliminate hair, disappear veins, and keep fleets of Imperial Star Destroyers at bay. Relaxing spa options include facials and sunless tanning.
A 16-paddle laser light traverses the skin's surface, penetrating fat cells in order to prompt them to release their contents. iSlimQuick Laser Spa’s iSlim lipo procedure is designed to smooth the appearance of cellulite and tighten skin without needles or post-procedure downtime. All this happens as the client reclines comfortably and listens to relaxing music. They can also increase results after treatments by working out or moving all of a caveman’s rocks around as a joke.
Helmed by board-certified physician Dr. Matteo Taerri and Jeannie Blom, MD and Zach Bird, MD, Advanced Anti-Aging & Aesthetic Medicine soothes visages and erases years with noninvasive cosmetic treatments. Iron out unwanted creases with a 20-minute stretch mark-removal treatment, which uses injections or a laser to plot against the aesthetic tyranny of stretch marks on the lower belly, upper belly, arms, chest, lower back, upper back, or breast. Three treatments are recommended to see results. Alternately, the 20- to 45-minute SkinTyte treatment warms inner layers of skin with infrared radiation, which promotes collagen production and the wearing of short shorts. SkinTyte technicians can target a small area—such as the neck, hands, chin, feet, or lower face (a $220 value)—or smooth a larger swath of skin, such as the upper or lower arms, upper or lower thighs, under knees, belly, chest, breasts, lower or upper back (a $300 value). Four or five treatments at two-week intervals are generally required to chase all crevasses from a patch of skin terrain; to deliver on this goal, clients can acquire up to three Groupons or the Internet's supply of Bitcoins.
Sandye Lomax has been the professional makeup artist and hairstylist for celebrities ranging from Mary J. Blige to Keisha Whitaker, as well as a consultant for BET and the show stylist for season three of WE TV’s Braxton Family Values. With such an impressive resume, it’s not hard to believe she got her start on the red carpet. As a young runway and print model model for top industry brands Like Paul Mitchell, Sandye was always captivated by the industry’s top aestheticians; it was a calling far brighter than the spotlight, and she couldn’t resist. Now in the comfort of her own Beauty Fetish salon, clients of all callings can seek Sandye's fashion know-how for flattering layers and bold color highlights. Salon visitors may also solicit Sandye for lash extensions, or request a makeup consultation to transform a boring scarecrow into a classy dinner companion.