Holly and Kristin](http://gr.pn/ngY3Rf) of Elite Wellness Spa share a passion for preserving and protecting skin, but their similarities don’t end there. Both certified professionals graduated from Paul Mitchell The School’s skincare academy, and now they work side-by-side at a spa dedicated to rejuvenating skin with custom treatments and advanced implements.
Men and women alike stand to benefit from Holly and Kristin’s menu of services, which includes medical facials, exfoliating chemical peels, and gentle waxing treatments. Free of artificial fragrances and dyes, the spa’s repertoire of skincare products assists them through treatments and forms the basis for many of the at-home skincare regimens they prescribe. With more than 10 years of experience in the medical-skincare industry, Holly and Kristin draw on their collected wisdom to treat skin conditions such as acne, hyperpigmentation, sensitivity, and tattoos of caterpillars that have yet to morph into butterflies.
Though threading has been among Asia’s most popular depilation methods for thousands of years, it only recently made its way onto the service menus of Western spas. The ancient practice has shown signs of becoming more of a spa mainstay, however, thanks to an eco-friendly process that also manages to stay on good terms with sensitive skin.
For evidence of threading’s rapidly expanding popularity, one need not look further than Brow Shapes' Eastern-inspired treatment menu. When not sculpting brows into precise arches, the spa’s artists rely on their attention to detail to draw henna tattoos that depict flowery swirls, geometric patterns, or extremely detailed public-transit maps. The spa also features a variety of facial massages, each of which can be customized to relieve pain, aid in relaxation, and improve skin tone.
Katherine Maxwell Skin Care believes that luxurious skin treatments should be within everyone's reach. Even if you follow a rigorous skincare routine, you likely lack the tools necessary to really probe into your pores and declog them from all the makeup, dirt, and unfinished novels trapped inside. Facial rejuvenation does great things and can help reduce wrinkles, firm up skin, and get rid of bothersome blackheads. Experts advise getting one every four to six weeks due to skin regeneration, or at least seasonally. Sit back as a knowledgeable aesthetician expertly evaluates your skin traits and quirks in order to cook up an individualized remedy for your downtrodden dermis. Over the course of 40 minutes, your sun-shattered, wind-whipped face skin will tread the path toward optimal softness.
Dr. Cynthia M. Lopez began her medical career in the Philippines, returning to her hometown after medical school to provide health care to families who could not otherwise afford it. Since that time, Dr. Lopez has become an expert laser cosmetic surgeon, helping enhance the beauty of her clients within a practice designed to evoke the calm and relaxation of Mariveles, her archipelago hometown. Dr. Lopez and her staff aim to demystify the advanced techniques they deploy in pursuit of increasing each patient's confidence, walking them through the steps of liposuction, skin treatments, cosmetic injections, and how exactly they manage to steal and replace the noses of children.
At Nature's Design, massage therapist Cindy Petrushkin only uses natural massage creams and oils to customize massages to each client's individual needs. The products, which are marketed by Mother Nature herself, augment Swedish, tui na, deep-tissue, warm-stone, and Thai massages. Benefits of Petrushkin's massages range from relaxation to alleviated tension.
Carrie Webb enhances her guests' peepers through meticulously applied lash extensions. By adding length to each individual eyelash, blinking becomes an act of beauty and daily makeup application becomes speedier. In addition to standard extensions, Carrie bedazzles eyes with candied lashes and adds sultry felinity and cravings for tuna with cat lashes.