At Wow Me, The Beauty Spot, beauty and mud go hand in hand. It's not just any mud, though—it's moor mud, which detoxes and nourishes skin during the spa's mud facials and body wraps. The emphasis on natural beauty products extends to makeup applications, too, which feature Jane Iredale mineral makeup. However, the team complements its natural treatments with cutting-edge beauty technologies, zapping unwanted stubble with lasers and exfoliating skin with Pristine diamond microdermabrasion.
Spavia Day Spa's staff pampers its guests by doling out muscle-melting massages and rejuvenating treatments using natural products. Guests receive a bathrobe and sandals before each treatment as they wait in the spa's retreat room. Because "relaxation" can mean different things to different people, Spavia specially customizes their treatments for each guest, from focusing massages on problem areas to avoiding the glowing whisker during exfoliating facials. Spavia also offers membership packages that allow for affordable treatments, and provides a free signature treatment for a nominated local hero or community member in need through their Spavia Cares program.
At The Beauty Spot, clients bask in a sprawling array of spa and salon services. Tinsel and feathers embellish tresses, smile gems ornament teeth, permanent makeup adds everlasting style, and extensions make lash lines lush. While administering microdermabrasion and facial-peel treatments, a technician relegates dullness to textbooks about 18th-century quill models, and rids follicles of undesired fuzz with waxing services. She also demonstrates her passion for creating a ubiquitously pleasant customer experience by taking her time with each guest, distinguishing The Beauty Spot?s staff from shopping-mall Santas.
The stylists at Kozy Salon sculpt cutting-edge styles amid periwinkle walls and lace curtains. While some of them snip away at split ends and craft face-flattering layers, others straighten tendrils or add permanent curves to languid locks. Dull coiffures come to life as they slather them with bold hues or brighten them with highlights, and they help lashes achieve more definition with eyelash tanning than by winking at the sun. When they aren't molding new 'dos, the stylists primp hands and feet with spa mani-pedis and lengthen talons with acrylic or solar gel nails.
Kerstin of Creme de la Creme Face and Body Care runs her spa solo, but, as a certified aesthetician and massage therapist, she has all of the skills that her clients need. She analyzes each customer?s skin to select the proper skincare products from an arsenal that includes Phytobiodermie, Sanitas, and Image Skin Care, all of which are completely natural. Aside from facials, her specialties include mineral make-up applications, soothing eye treatments, and massages in styles such as deep-tissue, Swedish, hot-stone, and Thai.
Licensed aestheticians Leslie and Tiffanie of Birch Skin Studio hone in on visages with rejuvenating aesthetic services backed by Image skincare products. The experienced duo begins beautifying journeys with complimentary consultations, examining skin types and client concerns before sanding down the mugs' rough patches with microdermabrasion sessions. The shop uses crystal-free microdermabrasion, and expression makers are given thorough cleansings before the noninvasive device sends controlled granules storming across epidermises, whisking away dead skin cells and No Face Painting signs plastered into the cheekbones. They round out the 30-minute treatment with layers of moisturizer and sunscreen that soothe and smooth skin so that no downtime is required.