The Med Spa’s dual-minded staff combines medical precision with an artist’s eye for aesthetics, personalizing appearances with a wide variety of advanced treatments and noninvasive procedures. Over the course of three laser hair-removal treatments, a certified nurse practitioner clear-cuts follicle forests sprouting from underarms, upper lips, masks of Chester A. Arthur, abs, chins, and bikini lines with the heated laser light of a strand-stunting photothermolysis spotlight. Give epidermal interlopers, including age spots and sun damage, the hot foot with a photofacial. Technicians send pulsing light past resistant outer layers on a mission to stimulate subsurface collagen, waking up new growth that smooths out broken capillaries or fine lines. Clients can also bust deeper lines with 15 units of Botox, injecting new elasticity into faces worn down by years of laughing at jokes, frowning at confusing memos, or recoiling in terror at the poltergeist that’s haunting the oven. Each brow-bolstering treatment lasts 10 minutes, allowing clients to buzz through a momentary cosmetic pit stop on the way toward the rest of their busy days.
Advanced-practice nurse Leeanne Mercier specializes in keeping women healthy, but she also focuses on their personal comfort. After 20 years of providing preventative healthcare to the indigenous women of the arctic, Mercier opened her own clinic for women's health in 2004. She now owns All About You Medical Spa, where she takes an individualized approach to beauty and wellness. Aestheticians put patients at ease with advanced training in services such as cosmetic injectables, skin-tightening derma-roller treatments, and nonsurgical liposuction sessions.
In the turquoise-walled Thai room, Asian-inspired art and lush tapestries create a cozy, welcoming backdrop for women's wellness exams. The reception area is no less comforting—a cushy red sofa sprawls beside a wood-framed fireplace, whose flame-fed light mingles with rays from the sparkling chandelier overhead. The massage room also features a fireplace, along with a painting depicting a window-like view into an exotic landscape.
The staff at Alaska Body Aesthetics strive not only to make clients look better, but also to make them feel better, too. Their menu of noninvasive aesthetic treatments focuses on enhancing mental as well as physical well-being. High-tech services offer immediate results: technicians can refresh aging or damaged skin with Fraxel laser treatments, or remove hair and skin lesions with intense pulsed light of Palomar's StarLux system.
The doctor also combats signs of aging with Botox and dermal fillers, and she helps patients enhance their body image with skin-contouring treatments. She and her team clear complexions with products such as SkinCeuticals and Obagi Medical.
The eponymous owner of Catelyn?s Place doesn?t draw a line between results and relaxation. Her med-spa treatments combine detail-oriented care and constant communication to ensure a comfortable experience for all clients. Catelyn?s three types of body wraps boost skin?s health with hydrating ingredients and therapeutic oils, and her personalized facial veers off course to include a decadent foot massage. During her waxing treatments, Catelyn uses a special formula infused with ingredients designed to make skin less sensitive to pain and yo' mama jokes.
The staff members at Skinsation Body Bar, located at The Loft Hair Design, work hard to leave skin soft and smooth. They use warm wax to defuzz an array of face and body areas, from brows to bikini lines, and offer a complete waxing menu for men. Because they know it can be painful, staff members provide hot-towel treatments after waxes to calm skin and leave it free of irritation. In addition to waxing services, Skinsation also accents eyes with lash extensions and perms, along with brow- and lash-tinting services.
As owner and aesthetician at nourAesthetics, Noura Obeidi tends to skin needs with detailed skin analyses, PCA skin treatments, and full-body waxing. She also enhances natural features by perming and tinting eyelashes or applying light mineral foundation after facial waxes, PCA treatments, and rounds of persuasive begging.