The beauty experts at ReVive Med Spa treat faces and bodies using modern medical technology and ancient Ayurvedic therapies. Microdermabrasion and microneedling treatments help erase the wrinkles and time stamps associated with aging, whereas electric muscle-stimulation sessions tone trouble spots and boost metabolism. Old-fashioned analog services include salt or sugar body polishes, massages enhanced by shirodara, and full-body Ayurvedic herbal treatments.
Often, stress first manifests in the muscles, which may cramp, tighten, or spasm a fevered SOS. Whatever the message, LeValley Massage Therapy answers the call. The facility's licensed massage therapists promote relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes, or utilize firmer deep-tissue pressure to alleviate chronic ailments. Specialty modalities such as prenatal and sports bodywork are also available.
Dr. John W. Branch has a sterling resume that includes performing the most cataract surgeries of any ophthalmologist-in-training in the University of South Florida's history. Dr. Branch, an expert refractive eye surgeon specializing in LASIK, helps restore guests' vision to crystalline clarity. He and the team at Southern Eye Associates stay up-to-date on the latest technology in laser vision correction and use the same technology as the military on their soldiers. It's that kind of commitment and work ethic that's helped them earn a nod as one of the best businesses in central Texas, as voted on by the readers of the Killeen Daily Herald.
Knockouts Haircuts for Men is a guy-centric salon that's been featured on the Today Show. Its décor mimics that of a boxing ring, but—unlike the real thing—guests look fresher when they leave. Complimentary beverages greet the mitts of each client, and flat-screen televisions and quality service round out a first-rate experience. Your heavyweight treatment includes a consultation, before-and-after shampoos, a cut, a rinse, and styling according to your personal preferences. Each weary head will be treated to a scalp massage and one nametag identifying it as "Movie Actor Harrison Ford."