At Laser & Aesthetic Medical Center, PC, board-certified physician Dr. Kailash C. Singhvi personally administers each aesthetic and wellness procedure to ward off the effects of the aging process. With an arsenal of contemporary lasers at his disposal, he smoothens wrinkles from the face, reduces cellulite from the backs of legs, and destroys tiny Death Stars orbiting in front of the eyes. The youth-inducing beams can also remove hair or stimulate it to grow in areas where thinning has occurred. Injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm combat wrinkles, and Dr. Singhvi's wellness programs address internal maladies by identifying thyroid problems and hormones that may be causing weight gain. For ailments related to injury and sleeping on tables without face holes, Dr. Singhvi administers soothing massage therapy.
Beach Bum Tanning's high-tech beds, sunless booths, and tailored beauty treatments regularly appear in press outlets such as Allure magazine. The salon's heated Mystic HD booths spritz bodies with vibrant pigment while warming skin to ensure optimal and even color saturation without having to bear-hug King Midas. Certified Airbrush Artists also implement customized airbrush tans over 150 ways by using a combination of fine-point-guided and wide-point-guided guns to shade and contour a custom-tinted tan to the body's curves, bends, and highway overpasses.
Even though Dr. Keith Radbill is a doctor of both cosmetic and family medicine, clients won't find any scalpels or sutures at Relax Laser Med Spa. Instead, Dr. Radbill and his team use minimally invasive lasers to remove unwanted hair, tighten skin, and clear up toenail fungus. His office also houses numerous nonsurgical techniques to reduce wrinkles, making faces the envy of linen suits everywhere. Each treatment approaches the task differently; Laser Genesis treatments ramp up collagen production, dermal fillers plump up the skin from underneath, and Botox unfolds lines between the eyes with targeted relaxation of facial muscles.
Chic, light-filled confines replete with tall mirrors and an elegant white-and-brown color scheme welcome clients into Bernard’s Salon and Spa. The modern, opulent look of the space hints at a rich line of products used in-house, including Dermalogica, Unite, Becca, and Jan Marini. Ultramodern hairstyling and European hair-coloring services make use of these hair-buttressing serums to enliven tresses with fresh looks, and one-hour blow-outs leave strands more polished than the aftermath of two olive-oil trucks colliding on freshly waxed bowling-alley lanes. To attend to nonhairdocentric concerns, Bernard’s staff shows clients to private treatment rooms for massage, waxing, and facial services. The savvy team helps both spa and salon clients extend the lives of their services by recommending the proper products to take home or by encasing them in bubble-wrap cocoon.
Founded by Dr. Susan Stukes, a certified health coach, SevaLife is an oasis of wellness treatments designed to bring about physical and mental health. Bodies looking to rekindle relationships with minds will find yoga, pilates, and meditation classes, while those with inner alkaline batteries to recharge can look to reiki treatments and Pranic healing sessions. Dr. Stukes relies on her background as a dentist as she doles out advice about oral health, which is often linked to overall wellness and chronic conditions. The studio also offers cleansing programs.
Pelle Day Spa's skin-savvy staff caters to cranky epidermises with an array of rejuvenating and refreshing facial treatments. During the 24-karat-gold facial mask, expert aestheticians channel the power of King Midas, mixing gold powder and silk extract to form a collagen mask while accidentally transforming their clothes into MC Hammer costumes. The one-hour treatment adds hydration, helping create springy skin with the aid of gold's age-defying properties. Before or after their indulgent spa interlude, bodies can bask by the coziness of the sitting room's fireplace, lounging with tea, finger sandwiches, and a jolly chorus of "Kumbaya."