At Ayka Medspa, the staff's goal is to take years off every client who walks through the door. To help customers look more youthful, the med spa offers an array of anti-aging tools, including microdermabrasion devices and Botox injections for removing unwanted facial lines. Continuing the head-to-toe makeovers, waxing treatments and Candela lasers remove unwanted body hair. And the med spa rounds out its cosmetic services with spray tanning, in case customers want a nice, even tan or their name scrawled in graffiti on their back.
Even if you played a game a day, it would still take nearly three years to roll the dice or flip the cards for every title available at Game Paradise—assuming the collection doesn't expand. More than 1,000 board games are stocked inside its library, from classics such as Taboo and Guess Who? to newer options such as A Fistful of Penguins and Pandemic. Along with helping visitors navigate the stacks, librarians can explain each game's rules and ways of proving your superhuman strength other than flinging the die across the room. Game Paradise stays open until 1 a.m. six nights a week, giving guests ample time to play another round.
Owner and head stylist Michelle Black opened BodyWorks Salon & Spa in order to pamper clients with expert salon services. She and her team of stylists revamp hair with custom cuts and products from Redken and Paul Mitchell Tea Tree, whose citrus and lavender-mint scents nourish scalps and attract local wildlife. With more than 30 years of experience between them, the trained aestheticians perform a multitude of services to keep clients looking good.
Aesthetician and skin expert Melissa Erin reassures her clients: "Great skin is not born; it's made." This philosophy is her mantra as she helps her clients overcome a range of hard-to-correct skin conditions, such as wrinkles, acne scars, and redness. She achieves this by basing all of her facials, peels, and waxing services on each client's unique skin type, which she assesses during a pretreatment evaluation.
Founders Joe and Sue Moore wanted to create a professional salon for stylists and clients to gather and collaborate. It wasn't until they teamed up with their son Travis and designer David Yeager that they were able to follow through with their vision. Today, MDG salon | studio boasts two exquisite, modern spaces that flaunt two-story windows and an interior adorned with industrial and classy touches, as well as a full list of expert stylists.
Eyes by India first opened its doors in Indiana to provide threading as an alternative to waxing. Threading is more precise than waxing and causes less pain, redness, and burning when removing unwanted fuzz. Now with nine locations in two states, Eyes by India’s staff of specialists completes more than 100 hours of training in threading and service etiquette before applying those skills to patrons’ faces at work and image-conscious teddy bears at home. During appointments, cotton thread twists over hair, tweaking hairlines and brow lines or removing all traces of fuzz on the neck, chin, or upper lip.