Calling on his hair-removal experience at a progressive spa in Brazil, Beautiful BodyScaping's primary technician and registered nurse, John Cushman, curates a wide range of noninvasive treatments designed to keep skin smooth and vibrant. Trained in the traditional methods of waxing, sugaring, and wishful thinking, John also wields modern laser-based devices to slay hair growth for good. Licensed aestheticians, meanwhile, handle the clinic's skincare treatments, ensuring skinscapes are blemish-free with an arsenal of facials, laser treatments, and microdermabrasion.
Pamper Me Spa is a beauty and wellness center dedicated to making every client feel their most beautiful, inside and out. In this stress-free zone, licensed estheticians and massage therapists relax and pamper customers with facials, waxing, natural nail care, and massage services ranging from calming Swedish massage to tension-busting hot stone massage. Decorated like a cozy home, Pamper Me Spa is a warm, intimate place to unwind after a long day of knitting your hair clippings into the world’s creepiest scarf.
Massage therapy relaxes muscles, easing and soothing your aches and pains. It rejuvenates-- restoring balance to our body and being, making us better for all the things life throws our way. Massage Envy believes every body deserves a great customized massage, so we've made relaxation convenient.
Family Health Market’s knowledgeable staff equips customers with an arsenal of nutritionally conscious supplements, gluten-free foods, and household products from quality brands. Decorate a diet or lackluster charm bracelet with multivitamins ($9–$50) made by brands such as New Chapter, Vita Logic, and Life Force. Health and beauty products ($9–$26) including shampoo, lotions, and toothpaste arrive from national brands such as Nature’s Gate and John Masters Organics. At the in-store Smoothie Zone visitors can quench thirsts with a menu that boasts dozens of fresh, heart-healthy beverages such as the Hawaiian Breeze’s merger of pineapple, peach, banana, and coconut with whey protein ($3.65–$5.85), or the Get Lean, which swirls chromium and Citrimax supplement into a fruity elixir ($5.25–$6.25). A fleet of healthful add-ons, such as extra fiber and calcium, also bolsters each potion’s nutritional power and potential in the nutrient swimsuit competition.
At The Texas Health Clinics, Doctor of Chiropractic Mark Riggs targets neck and back pain along with general muscle tightness. Along with adjustments, Riggs also gives his patients corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, and nutritional counseling.