Beauty by Nature Salon and Spa's highly trained staff care for customers and the environment with relaxing services and natural emollients. Skilled stylists wield products such as Moroccan Oil and Eufora to cosset hair with all-natural and plant-based ingredients, allowing strands to slurp up the hydrating formulas and regain the strength to withstand bear-hugs from scrunchies. Spa technicians create a youthful appearance with anti-aging facials and peels, while cosmetic specialists enhance natural beauty with bareMinerals makeup. Constructed of stone, a stately three-column entryway denotes arrival at the salon, ushering guests toward the spacious interior outfitted with thickly padded salon chairs and private treatment rooms.
Named one of the Best Spas in Green Bay, Lifespa Wellness Center boasts six one-hour facials for a variety of skin types. Any client can ask for a customized facial, and those with sensitive skin can reap the benefits of the Rosacea Facial, which harnesses the soothing, botanical properties of rosehips and petals to improve circulation. More resilient skin types can venture into the land of exfoliation, with the Organic Microdermabrasion Facial, which incorporates plant extracts to scrub and hydrate the skin. The indulgent Eminence Enzyme Peel exfoliates hungry skin with yam and pumpkin and leaves it as smooth and kissable as the vegetables themselves. Lifespa proudly uses Eminence Organics Skin Care products with all-natural ingredients and offers a blending bar where customers can blend their own signature oils and continue their pampering at home.
With 12 years of experience in martial arts, Daniel Strelka knows his way around a confrontation. Believing that bodies fight themselves when they are stressed, Daniel employs different massage styles to ease stress and help the body heal itself, not unlike cartoon hero Wolverine and real hero Four-Armed Doctor Man. He has patients lie down for 30 or 60 minutes of massage services as he eases sinews by employing strokes of the Swedish and relaxation modalities. Daniel's health center also burrows down deeper into the body through acupressure and cranial-sacral massage, and he offers reiki and guided meditation to quiet surging storms in the cerebral cortex.
Massage therapist Wendy Lou Peche’s massages are a blend of relaxing Swedish techniques and targeted deep-tissue moves. Regardless of the style her client prefers, she begins by leading them into a quiet white room, where troubles begin to unravel and nagging thoughts are sent to subconscious time-out. In addition to hot-stone therapy, which promotes circulation, Peche can also perform energy work or reflexology, which manipulates pressure points on the feet to treat areas throughout the body.