Kimberly Murphy is a licensed aesthetician and PCA-certified skincare specialist with a industry-proven background that stretches back to 1994. During that time she's worked cosmetics for Lord and Taylor, represented European lines like Guerlain and Orlane, and volunteered for nonprofits such as Teen Explosion. Her goal at Kimberly's Glam Spa and Boutique is to share her knowledge to help clients in order to give them a fresh start at healthy skin and beautiful features.
After a glass of champagne or cup of tea in the cafe, clients settle in for one of Kimberly's signature treatments. The menu of services features facials for men, women, teens, and those looking to overcome signs of aging?take, for instance, the 24-carat gold facial, which reduces wrinkles and harness the healing properties of gold to reduce impurities in the skin. There's also a slate of body wraps like the chocolate-covered strawberry wrap, as well as PCA peels for more advanced skin issues. After a treatment and beverage, clients are free to peruse the boutique's jewelry and accessories.
Building on more than 30 years of medical practice, Dr. Herbert R. Slavin evaluates patients with a range of diagnostic tests and uses natural therapeutic treatments. Additionally, he guides an experienced staff through aesthetic procedures such as skin tightening and functional procedures ranging from therapy for diabetes and thyroid issues to physical therapy and bio-identical hormone replacement. Dr. Slavin holds further accolades as a diplomat of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the host of his own radio-broadcast show since 1990.
A tablespoon of honey, chopped and pressed vegetables, and a pinch of salt: it?s not the recipe for a summer salad, but for Luna Skin Care and Spa?s customized organic body treatments. Within the confines of their small and personable salon, the treatments mix raw, organic ingredients while the client waits, ensuring maximum freshness and a blend that caters to favorite fragrances and personal skincare needs. The spa?s owner Marianela Arauco, a licensed massage therapist and aesthetician for over 15 years, specializes in a variety of massages, including shiatsu, Japanese acupressure, and reflexology. Her hands sweep over skin, helping to treat issues such as chronic anxiety, muscle tension, or the inability to remove cruel signs taped onto one?s back by guidance counselors.
Each member of Stript Wax Bar's staff specializes in waxing, using top-shelf waxing products and artful technique to efficiently strip away hair. Technicians ensure cleanliness through a strict no-double-dipping policy, clearing away hair as guests lounge in soothing environs.
Here's what you'll find in a private treatment room at Callisto Therapeutic Spa: A skilled aesthetician or massage therapist. A heated table. Matte, dark walls that spin a cocoon-like effect. Hot towels. An automated essential oil diffuser, quietly emitting puffs of fragrant steam. Complimentary herbal tea and infused water, scooped from the spa's drinkable moat. And on the ceiling directly above that heated table, two parallel bars suspended from the ceiling.
What are the bars for? During ashiatsu massages, they help the therapist keep her balance as she walks on the client's back. There are plenty of less intensive massage therapies on duty. Clients can commission craniosacral, reflexology, or thermal palms, an alternative to hot stones and prenatal massage; each is customized to address specific ailments and pain points. Facials, meanwhile, include microdermabrasion treatments and skin analyzation. Despite the service menu's diversity, each treatment is conducted with a focus on total relaxation.
For the doctors and licensed therapists behind Tao Wellness Center, true wellness depends on three things: mind, body, and spirit. The center's path programs help clients achieve all three with meticulously curated bundles that include everything from light therapy to meditation. Of course, visitors can also opt for any of Tao's ? la carte services, such as skin treatments that reduce acne or enrich skin with the aid of organic fruit and herbal pulps. To soothe full bodies, the team turns to five massage modalities, ranging from deep-tissue techniques to hot stones that relieve tension without applying pressure.