Led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Rueckl, the seasoned team of mug magicians at Lakes Dermatology rejuvenate worn countenances using advanced face-friendly technology. Beginning with a consultation and pretreatment photographs, epidermal doyens outline a plan of attack on blemishes and flaws before desensitizing skull masks with a topical numbing cream and a series of horror movies. Then a technician expertly wields the Syneron skin rejuvenation (SR) system in a one-hour photofacial. Cold conductive gel and multiple passes of intense pulsed light, radio, and cable TV frequencies team up to penetrate deeper pigments and encourage firmer, smoother, more evenly toned skin. Since no skin is removed during the treatment, no downtime is required and customers can step right back into the daily grind, employing their freshly refurbished expressers to advance their dreams of starring in a wrestling soap opera. After the first treatment, skin should feel smoother and be more evenly toned, but Lakes Dermatology's experts often recommend multiple treatments for more dramatic results.
Inside More Than Nails’ bright, pristine salon, aestheticians pamper clients by accessorizing hands and feet with expert manicures and pedicures. Hard-working extremities shed the dust of the day with a gentle, thorough cleansing before aestheticians skillfully shape nails into squares, ovals, or fine points perfect for spearing hors d’oeuvres. After having their excess cuticle carefully snipped and trimmed away, clients relax as adroit digits knead tension out of hands and feet in a relaxing massage. Fingertips and toe tops shine under a choice of polish color, and gel mani-pedi recipients flaunt phalange pigmentation longer to dazzle eyes for the duration of a vacation or hand-on-the-van contest. Patrons can also upgrade to a french manicure or pedicure for an additional $5 each, and top healthy nails with a chic white tip.
The staff at A Nu Image Cosmetic Laser Center specialize in advanced treatments such as Viora Reaction for removing cellulite and Lamprobe for removing veins. Aesthetician Jan Medcalf is no different, except she specializes in Dermapen treatments. Each one to two-hour treatment needles fine channels in the skin, ultimately leading to stimulated collagen production, tightened skin, and a role as Patient Number 1 in the film The Skin Tightener.
The staff at Infiniti Creations Salon Spa pamper clients with soothing facials and relaxing pedicures within wood-accented confines. Aesthetic experts purify pores, clean faces, and apply hydrating masks as clients with normal-to-dry skin relish a moment of refreshment. Along with cosmetic services, licensed male and female massage professionals apply hypoallergenic oils and lotions on muscles. This facilitates Swedish-massage techniques such as long, kneading strokes and rhythmic taps that spell out "relax" in Morse code, softening tissues, detoxifying the body, and reducing stress.
Infiniti Creations Salon Spa is open Tuesday?Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Sunday and Monday.
Employing paraben-free products, Just Face It Med Spa?s anti-aging experts wind back face clocks with medical-grade skin treatments customized for each client's needs and skin type. The micro-needling procedure helps treat skin peppered with stretch marks and acne scars, while Vi peels reduce acne scarring and jump-start collagen production without the hassle of hooking cheekbones up to alkaline batteries. In addition to the aesthetic innovations compiled by the owner, Martine Abbey, the spa contracts out space to expert practitioners for wax, wrap, and massage services to complement their suite of rejuvenating techniques.
In ancient Persia, threading was more than a beauty ritual—it was a rite of passage. Beautifiers would thread a bride’s entire face before she walked down the aisle, and give girls similar treatments to signal their transitions to womanhood. Today, Fabulous Eyebrow Threading’s staff members enlist the historically significant practice to accentuate the faces of their clients. They snag and remove entire lines of eyebrow or lip hair with one swift tug, making threading more precise but less painful than tweezing or poking each hair until it is so annoyed that it uproots itself and leaves. They can also use soft wax on faces and bodies if patrons prefer it, and can embellish or refresh newly groomed visages with lash extensions and facials.