At Beso, it?s a common occurrence to have a high-tech laser float over skin with the aim of removing unwanted hair. Inside the fun, relaxing spa, laser-hair-removal experts miss nary a spot, zapping everything from hairlines to hands and toes. Stylists also tend to hair on clients? heads with chic haircuts and color changes. Faces also find pampering during custom facials, diamond-tipped microdermabrasion treatments, and tender cheek pinches.
N Vii's staff focuses its beautifying talents on a single service—clearing unwanted body hair without razors, tweezing, or waxing. Using laser technology, the staff clears fuzz from visible or hidden areas of skin, deterring future growth. By specializing solely in laser hair removal, technicians avoid the mistakes of less experienced aestheticians and robot doctors that only have experience with military lasers.
Whether wielding a laser to abolish unwanted hair or smoothening façades with a facial, peel, or microdermabrasion, Daisy Waterman brings years of aesthetic experience to each of her services. Through each cosmetic feat, she helps her patrons achieve their own personal beauty goals, whether they wish to become smooth, hairless, or winged.
Dr. Dana Morgan is a graduate of University of Washington Medical School—but she's more than a doctor. At Northern Colorado Laser & Skin, Dana works double duty as a doctor and an artist, plumping lips and smoothing wrinkles with artfully placed injections. She oversees assorted laser procedures, which non-invasively combat signs of aging, unwanted stubble, scarring, and supervillian tendencies.
Aptly named, RN Medispa and Salon, is owned by registered nurses Regina Nunnally and Tawnya Bowie, who welcome guests into the earth-toned, sconce-lit space for haircuts, coloring treatments, and exfoliating skin services. During salon appointments, rich wooden furniture punctuates the bright, open space, where a flat-screen television caters to both male and female clientele by showing a mixture of sports, soaps, and afternoon talk shows that point out the dangers of using gender stereotypes. And during spa services, plush massage tables anchor candlelit treatment rooms, where staff members soothe aches and pains with a variety of traditional techniques.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.