Golden hues pervade the color scheme at All Inclusive Day Spa, where aestheticians quench epidermises with six kinds of facials that use seaweed, alpha-hydroxy acid, and other naturally derived skin scrubbers. Each of the spa's three packages strings together a back-to-back-to-back facial, massage, and mani-pedi combo so that guests can retreat from the stress of bosses demanding reports and dogs demanding reading lessons. Strands revel in the spa's hair services, trying on different shades courtesy of face-framing highlights and making nice with thick new microlink extension pals.
Superior Body Works houses an experienced staff of massage therapists, each one certified, licensed, and insured to ease tension, alleviate pain, and improve circulation. Each therapist utilizes a blend of motions to root out stiffness with the appropriate modality, from deep, targeted pressure to flowing, surface-level strokes. Inside private rooms, clients disrobe to their comfort level before climbing atop a plush treatment bed and shrouding themselves in a clean sheet or towel. Soft music trickles from a speaker as the therapist soothes rigid muscles on backs, arms, legs, and airbrushed T-shirts. Light oil or lotions swaddle the skin during treatment to hydrate the skin and prevent friction while hands glide over the surface.
Healthy skin is the main focus at Organic Rose Day Spa, which is why the team of knowledgeable technicians uses only organic and natural skincare products from Dermalogica, Rhonda Allison, and GiGi Honee. During advanced skincare treatments, aestheticians can customize each of nine traditional spa facials to complement any skin type, from calming redness with a cooling seaweed mask and minimizing sunspots with a vitamin C serum to smoothing fine lines with an anti-aging caviar cleanser. The spa's advanced skincare technology helps foster healthy, glowing complexions using chemical peels and microdermabrasion to exfoliate away sunspots, blue and yellow LED light therapy for fine lines and acne, and microcurrent technology to lift sagging skin.
The versatile aestheticians can provide more than simply skincare, including services to embellish bikini areas with decorative vajazzling, colorful hair dye, or hair designs that shape strands into hearts, stars, and Magic Eye pictures.
A glowing complexion, a smooth bikini line, a relaxed mind. The beauticians and massage therapists at DaySpa Millburn seek to cultivate all of these and more. Their massages include relaxing western styles as well as the traditional Chinese practices of reflexology and Tui-Na, designed to stimulate energy flow around key points of the body. Prior to performing one of their myriad facials, aestheticians identify clients' problem areas in complimentary consultations. From there, they allow guests to choose a facial that addresses specific needs or a blended package of inventive facials, including an organic one, a collagen facial, and microdermabrasion. DaySpa Millburn offers 14 facials, enough for the entire New York Jets offense and three linebackers to get unique facials together.
Beth Geller and her staff specialize in Endermologie—an innovative treatment that uses a noninvasive motorized device to smooth the deep tissue of the skin and temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite. When they're not administering Endermologie procedures, they extend their aesthetic expertise toward waxing, facial, and organic spray-tan services.
Natural light floods into Morocha Beauty Salon, setting the waiting area aglow as guests sift through magazines to find inspiration for their new hairstyles. While sitting in black swivel chairs, clients look into the reflection of an oval-shaped mirror as a stylist cuts, colors, and retextures their tresses. The international salon team, whose members hail from such exotic locals as Brazil, Columbia, and Puerto Rico, makes visitors feel like royalty with pampering facials, makeup application, mani-pedis, and a designated jester who tells knock-knock jokes all day.
Licensed massage therapist Peter Eichler sharpened his therapeutic touch at the Sedona School of Massage, where he learned to blend deep-tissue techniques with bodywork such as reiki and sound therapy to sideline chronic tension. Peter also specializes in trauma release therapy, bodywork from an emotional perspective, and performs hospice and autism massages to calm the nervous system.