Natural Medicine in Cultural District


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At Dermatology and Laser Center of Fort Worth, Dr. William Cothern and his team treat conditions ranging from melanoma to unwanted tattoos through services that span both advanced cosmetic and traditional dermatology therapies. Dr. Cothern's staff takes pride in customizing each patient's treatment through personal consultations and in its expertise with devices such as CoolSculpting panels, Fraxel lasers, and LightSheer diodes.
4201 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth,
TX
US
She may have graced stages across Europe as a musical-theater actress, but it’s back in the United States where Erika Metz’s praises are really being sung. The reason is her relaxing facials, which go beyond the basic cleansing and massage to soothe patrons with aromatherapy and complexion-balancing techniques. She allows for further beautifying with add-ons such as paraffin-wax dips for the hands. In addition to purifying skin, Erika makes it glow with waxes and Swarovski-crystal tattoos.
3020 West Lancaster Avenue
Fort Worth,
TX
US
The readers of Fort Worth Weekly didn't say why they named Perfect Touch the Best Spa of 2013, but it's not hard to hazard a guess?or a dozen. Take the warm, private treatment rooms and soft music that backdrop Swedish massages and hot-stone therapy, for instance, or the lineup of Dermalogica products that skin specialists combine into custom facial treatments. There's also a more technological side to the spa: a cosmetic laser system that tightens the skin, and a Cynosure TriActive system that helps minimize the appearance of cellulite. An entire second facet of Perfect Glow?Perfect Touch?focuses solely on tanning. UV beds use ultra-pressure lamps for quicker tans, and airbrush technicians evenly mist the skin with vegan, organic, and paraben-free solutions that, like the newest breeds of dogs, emit a subtle raspberry-almond fragrance when wet.
3023 Bledsoe St
Fort Worth,
TX
US
The seasoned beauty professionals at Moda Aveda Salon transform appearances and enhance the health of skin using plant-based products from Aveda. Stylists remedy damaged strands with cuts and conditioning treatments, dye them with 97% natural Aveda color, or add length with Hot Heads hair extensions that adhere to hair without the use of heat or refrigerator magnets. Skin, muscle, and nail are tended to inside Moda’s full-service spa, which furnishes facials, massages, and body treatments. Complimentary treatments add luxury to any salon visit and allow clients to pick their own indulgences, including a stress-busting shampooing, hand treatment, makeup touchup, and skincare analysis. Guided by socially conscious principles for more than 30 years, Aveda produces a full line of natural beauty products carried at nearly 7,000 salons and spas. Popular gorgeous-makers such as Shampure shampoo and witch-hazel hair spray deliver on Aveda's commitment to well-rounded earthly beauty with eco-friendly packaging cradling ingredients derived from the world's finest and least selfish plants.
2873 W 7th St
Fort Worth,
TX
US
With more than 12 years of experience, massage therapist Linda Little knows that sometimes hands alone aren’t enough for a good massage. Though primarily relying on her hands to ease out aches and tension, she also augments massages with moisture-rich massage cream, botanical oils, and vitamin E to hydrate skin. Upon request, Linda also places smooth, warm river rocks onto muscle knots, softening them with steady waves of heat before kneading them into sweet submission.
2501 Parkview Dr.
Fort Worth,
TX
US
Miss Masseuse employs myriad modalities to calm tense nerves and ease pain. Her deep-tissue strokes clear away the lactic-acid buildup and untie double-knotted muscles. Special prenatal massages alleviate pregnancy discomfort, and sports massages target areas affected by physical activity, such as aches caused by playing football or standing in the concessions line at a football game.
1525 Merrimac Circle, Suite 210
Fort Worth,
TX
US
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