Essentials Massage & Facials' Spa professionals relax weary bodies with a collection of therapeutic services. Soothing massages employ a collection of kneads, strokes, and manipulations to reduce tension and disentangle body knots, with luxurious add-ons such as paraffin treatments and aromatherapy. The skin-savvy techs also rid frames of unwanted stubble with waxing services, smooth out wrinkles with chemical peels and microdermabrasion, and soften countenances with professional skincare products during facials.
Tru Beaute Med Spa boasts a staff of three heroines whose primary nemeses are stress and Father Time. The spa's partner in crime, Uchenna, also combats aging with the help of cosmetic injections. She uses wrinkle relaxers such as Botox and dermal fillers such as Restylane and Perlane to firm up the skin, fading frown lines without mandating that clients only watch sitcoms from now on. Their leader and spa manager, licensed massage therapist Valerie, fends off stress and muscle ache with specialized massages to address each client's therapeutic and relaxation needs. Lead medical esthetician Elizabeth's noninvasive HydraFacials simultaneously moisturize, exfoliate, and protect the skin through hydradermabrasion, and her dermaplaning procedures gently clear away dead skin cells to reveal luminous complexions.
Rounding out the team roster, medical esthetician Tasha specializes in the application of permanent makeup and eyelash extensions. Tasha applies permanent makeup by hand, which allows for a softer look for her clients. She works carefully with each client to achieve the look they desire, and follows up with her permanent makeup clients for a touchup after 4 weeks. Cups of coffee and wine, served beneath the waiting room's sphere of hanging crystals, contribute to the spa's aura of relaxation.
While they specialize in massage, it would be erroneous to say The Massage Center's therapists only do one thing. Their fingers can knead and stroke to the tune of 14 massage modalities, each one carefully administered to render specific benefits.
It's not hard to figure out what the massages accomplish, since the center gives each treatment an easy to remember name. For example, "My Vacation" is just that: an escape into the massage room for a light, Swedish massage focused on relieving stress. During "Rainy Day" treatments, essential oils drop onto the body, while the "Aroma Delight Relaxation" treatments fill the massage room with soothing scents. Other massages focus on specific types of clients, like athletes or expectant mothers. During the "Baby on Board" massage, therapists address lower back pain, swelling in the legs, and other issues for women from the second trimester to six months after birth, when a child can finally leave for college.
Time travel might be technologically impossible, but the aestheticians at I Do Faces Etc have their own ways of turning back the clock. With an emphasis on restoring youthful radiance to clients' complexions, the team uses a number of classic as well as cutting-edge spa procedures to conceal signs of aging skin. Facials can cleanse and pamper the skin or treat the symptoms of acne, and advanced aesthetic technologies help produce results beneath the surface, as well. LED light therapy boosts the production of skin-firming collagen, microcurrent systems improve circulation and overall skin health, and pressurized oxygen treatments more efficiently deliver antioxidant- and vitamin-rich serums into the skin. Even with this focus on undoing the effects of aging, I Do Faces Etc pampers and indulges its clients with therapeutic massages that are more relaxing than a nap in a kiddie pool full of shaving cream.
Licensed massage therapist Diane Johnston Souza knows the human body. During each massage, she draws on her knowledge of massage and reflexology and more than 16 years of working with clients from all walks of life. Through massage therapy, she customizes the massage to use modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, prenatal, and trigger-point therapy to help alleviate discomfort caused by stress or extreme sports. Working alongside Diane, Margie Johnston specializes in skincare, performing facials, LED red-light therapy, and waxing for both men and women. During facial treatments, Margie includes a signature 19-step facial massage and analyzes the skin to create mask that is tailored to her clients' needs, using Elizabeth Grant skincare products to nourish and rejuvenate the skin.
Cranium Euphoria, Foot Frenzy, and Hot Rock & Roll. These aren?t new dance fads; they?re just a few of the unique names The Massage Center gives to its different modalities. Behind these fanciful titles lay nearly 15 different targeted full-body treatments. The menu includes aromatherapeutic massages, lymphatic drainage, and classic deep-tissue bodywork. As a reward for repeat clients, The Massage Center offers a paid membership program that grants individuals free massages and reduced rates. The team can even visit clients at their place of work to perform chair massages, provided your boss doesn?t mind company chairs being slathered in essential oils.