Health and serenity coalesce at Renew Face and Body, providing facial services, massage therapy, laser skin treatments, and other high-tech beauty and wellness solutions. The center's anti-aging facial is a collagen mask that can refine fine lines and hydrate skin, and the vitamin enzyme peel combines vitamin C, glycolic acid, and enzymes in an aloe-vera base. IPL?Intense Pulsed Light?works well for acne, rosacea, and broken capillaries, and Smooth Shape's ultrasound cavitation is designed to remove fat from difficult to tone areas. Clients looking to feel as beautiful as they look can leverage Renew Face and Body's massage therapies, which range from healing aromatherapy to ache-alleviating deep-tissue massage.
Visiting Healthy Digestion and More is akin to hitting the reset button positioned directly above your navel. For the health center's services are designed to rid the digestive and circulatory systems of the toxins that we encounter on a daily basis. Colon hydrotherapy sessions, for example, flood large intestines with warm, sanitized water, while ionic foot baths and ear candling treatments provide spa-like comfort in addition to cleansing benefits.
New York City native Dr. Bruce Freund draws upon years of training in dentistry and facial cosmetic procedures such as Botox and Dysport to improve each patient's health and appearance. Inside cutting-edge dental operatories and skincare rooms, he and his fully trained staff performs a range of services from crowns and veneers to facial fillers and customized facials.
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Korean spa's massive 40,000-square-foot facility houses multiple floors, which each feature saunas aimed at providing visitors with relaxation and health benefits. Heated to a pore-opening 200 degrees Celsius from burning oak-tree wood, the dome-shaped hot-steam room—bulhanjeungmok in Korean—features floors made of yellow soil and salt that replicate a 500-year-old therapy designed to treat illness and pain. On the complete opposite side of the temperature spectrum, the ice sauna uses freezer-like frosted walls to cool the air around patrons sitting on log stools or standing on their hands. In between hopping from sauna to sauna, visitors may hang out in one of the lounges, get a haircut, or even grab a warm Korean meal or refreshing dessert.
With whimsical wall decals, pink and white draperies, and treatment beds upholstered in shimmering satin, Stylash looks more like a doll's dream house than a stuffy salon. It's a fitting setting for the shop's aestheticians, who use hypoallergenic glue and an extra-light touch to doll up lash lines with long, individual eyelash extensions that can last up to one month. But the comfy, feminine atmosphere also serves a purpose—the more relaxed clients are, the better their eyelashes adhere. To that end, the staff recommends that clients keep talking and yodeling to a minimum during application and encourages them to bring in personal music players to help quiet their minds.
At Simply Skin Laser Medispa, licensed medical aesthetician Sabrina J. Kharouba and Dr. Tamir Kharouba rely on lasers and private-label products to reintroduce clients to their younger, smoother selves. Prior to any facials or nonablative-laser treatments, Sabrina consults with clients to talk about their beauty goals. She then customizes a treatment directed toward a range of skin conditions, such as acne, unwanted hair, or wrinkles. A range of private-label Simply Skin products blend vitamins and antioxidants with green tea, white tea, and soy extracts. On-premise physician Tamir oversees treatments, allowing him to monitor procedures for safety and episodes of M_A_S*H for things a doctor would never say.