Voted Best Hair Removal Center in the Daily Herald's 2011 Best of Utah County awards, Get Waxed specializes in the most intricate of waxing services—the Brazilian. Though this treatment is their marquee service, they do perform thorough body and facial waxing services for women, men, and frayed velcro shoes. The adroit aestheticians supplement follicle eviction services with a range of beauty and body-care treatments, including facials, chemical peels, massage therapy, and spray tanning. They are also not shy about primping intimate areas—The Vajazzle decorates a certain region of a woman’s body in sparkly accoutrements, and The Betty recolors hair in that same region.
Shelby Austin wrangles unruly strands with great ease. Working from inside Ella Bloom Salon and Spa, she snips off unwanted length and breathes new life into monochromatic locks with eye-catching highlights or strategically arranged holiday lights. As a L’Oréal Professionnel salon, Shelby furnishes all services with high-end products from brands such as L’Oréal, Brazilian Blowout, and Racoon International.
At Mount Mahogany we use a synergistic combination of myotherapy (therapeutic massage), chiropractic adjustments, and injury specific rehabilitation exercises to treat everything from minor aches and pains, to debilitating auto accident injuries.
With a decade of experience, owner and master aesthetician Holly Adams leads an expert staff of Aveda specialists who treat clients to purifying facials and body treatments at Azalea Aveda Day Spa and Salon. After an initial skin analysis, specialists begin the Aveda Elemental Nature facial by cleansing skin of excess oils and coating faces in a nourishing treatment mask. The pampering continues with a gentle massage before a Green Science plant peel strips away blemishes with a 30 percent glycolic-acid solution that helps to prevent redness, irritation, and spontaneous combustion. Alternatively, aestheticians swaddle frames with a dry wrap imbued with essences of rosemary and peppermint to awaken senses. While clients lounge in mummified bliss, nimble hands massage scalps and worn-out feet.
Oxygen doesn't just grow on trees. It has to be cultivated by skilled farmers like those at Solase, who have harnessed its restorative properties to pair them with a dynamic array of therapeutic massage techniques. After muscles melt under shiatsu strokes or deep-tissue pressure, clients can enjoy a sturdy jolt of 40% O2 at the oxygen bar, available in such tantalizing scents as mango, pumpkin, watermelon, and new-yacht smell. Solase also offers an array of beautifying treatments, ranging from brow waxing and eyelash tinting to chemical peels and indulgent facials.