The experts at SkinSense Advanced Skin Care understand that each person’s skin has its own needs and foibles. Whether applying a mask or cleaning pores with a chemical peel, they begin by analyzing each client’s skin type first, ensuring that their treatments fit its unique topography. In addition to the classic approach of a European facial, for which they combine steam cleansing, extractions, exfoliation, and aromatherapy massage, the professionals provide a bevy of modern skincare services. They wage war on blemishes and sagging skin with a cutting-edge array of microdermabrasion, light therapy, and cellulite treatments. Helping to bring about the renewal, an arsenal of products from gloProfessional, DermaQuest Skin Therapy, and SkinSense’s own line stands ready to target blackheads or smooth and tone the outer organ instead of attacking all wrinkles with the same clothes iron.
The Classic Face owner Kathryn Belasco, a registered nurse who wields a license to apply permanent makeup with micropigmentation techniques, headlines a roster of beauty boosters that have a knack for making over clients from the neck up. While applying permanent makeup, Belasco and her techs use their tools to enhance the natural shape of clients? eyebrows, eyelids, and lips according to the unique features of each customer, rather than festooning faces with makeup styles that will eventually fall out of fashion or aggravate territorial mimes. During their dermal-rolling treatments, they use small handheld rollers with tiny needles to help tighten loose skin, stimulate collagen production, and reduce scars and stretch marks. Once faces have been thoroughly prettified, the salon?s hairstylists can sculpt strands into flattering, face-framing coiffures.
Wanda Enoch has kept a steady hand through more than 30,000 permanent-makeup applications. Years of experience with the manual pen, electric pen, and coil machine allow her to accentuate features without disrupting the face's harmony.
Enoch shares her wisdom through newspaper articles and lectures read from notes tattooed on her colleagues' foreheads. The Chicago Tribune has featured her for her work with scar camouflage and repigmentation for burn survivors, breast-cancer patients, and people with cleft palates.
Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Buchanan always wears his game face. As the official chiropractor for the UIFL Florida Tarpons indoor arena football team, he uses his 30 years of clinical experience to deliver hands-on evaluations, exams, and treatments to athletes and everyday clients alike. At his practice, he specializes in relieving
neck, shoulder, knee, and mid- and lower-back pain as well as treating the condition of frozen shoulders. Within a few treatments, Dr. Buchanan improves function while diminishing pain. Patients seek his advice regarding a list of ailments including headaches, arthritis, sciatica, disc herniations, and sports and whiplash injuries.
After working at several high-end hotel spas, aesthetician Carmen Nash opened her current studio, Body Brow Lash, where she specializes in waxing and Xtreme Lashes eyelash extensions. During lash appointments, she affixes individual extensions to the natural lashes one-by-one, ensuring the finished effect is as natural-looking as it is dramatic. To draw even more attention to the eyes, Carmen offers custom brow waxes in addition to a full menu of hair-removal services that includes Brazilian and bikini waxes.
Sarah Bell, a massage therapist working at Skin Care By Taylor, knows that the needs of her clients are unique, like snowflakes or the children of doting parents. That's why Sarah tailors her sessions to each individual. She practices modalities specialized for mothers-to-be, new mothers, and kids. She also conquers chronic pain by blending everything from Swedish-massage techniques to neuromuscular therapy into a single session.