You might think that standing up while you tan would cause an unnaturally darkened scalp, but this never happens at Hollywood Tans. That's because their arsenal of signature stand-up tanning booths create an always even, natural-looking glow in as little as eight minutes. With more than 140 locations nationwide, the chain’s salons—each a veritable bronze mine for pale bodies—can also bronze physiques Mystic Tan’s Instant Tan, a sunless formula that does not contain dangerous UV-rays or infectious California boy-band harmonies. The tone-savvy staff can also help customers choose the Instant Tan formula best suited to them, matching the bronzing serums to the each person's skin tone, type, and ideal look.
After earning her medical degree and completing her residency in otolaryngology and facial plastics, Dr. Danielle Brenza continued her study of aesthetic medicine on the West Coast. She returned with the perfume of the Pacific Ocean in her hair and the knowledge of anti-aging secrets in her mind.
At Ageless Skin & Laser Center, she offers complimentary consultations to each patient. Depending on the results of the skin analysis, Dr. Brenza might recommend IPL photofacials and chemical peels or Botox and bioidentical hormone supplementation. She also wields lasers to remove unwanted hair and spider veins or play the digital music encoded in everyone's cheeks.
The staff at D'Nicole Salon and Spa has cultivated a relaxing haven dedicated to hair, skin, and nailcare that earned the studio recognition as one of Courier Posts' Best Day Spas. Featuring products from Redken, Moroccanoil, and American Crew, stylists whip up fashionable hairdos and add brushstrokes of color, while aestheticians draw youthful glows from cheeks with cleansers and exfoliants. Tanning technicians use airbrush equipment to grace the body with a sun-kissed glow that won't lead to a nasty divorce with the moon, though any stressful misunderstandings can be easily swept away under the gliding strokes of a Swedish, deep-tissue, or hot-stone massage.
After Emile Bouari lost 40 pounds, he was inspired to found Bouari Clinic and help others achieve the same results. Today, the clinic's several locations have assisted over 30,000 people in achieving their weight-loss goals with FDA-registered supplements and prescriptions. Bouari, along with a coalition of medical directors who oversee individual clinics, lends a supportive helping hand to clients without resorting to intense exercise regimes or fad diets consisting of celery-scented mist.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability—Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa’s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Tangerine offers a full gamut of aesthetic services for nails and skin, along with stress-eviscerating facials and massages. Facial options include a 60-minute signature tangerine facial customized for the divergent visages of men and women ($75) and a hyperexfoliating microdermabrasion treatment ($95 for a single session). Reward your digits for their success in the all-limbs foosball tournament with a spa manicure ($28), pedicure ($53), or other nail treatment. In addition to haircuts and coloring, Tangerine offers several rejuvenating hair treatments like the caviar anti-aging hair masque, a 15-minute process designed to revitalize damaged hair until its radiance can be used to signal low-flying aircraft ($25).