At its locations in Loveland and Denver, Tattoo Must Go's expert technicians erase unwelcome ink with a Q-switched laser, which sends nanosecond pulses of intense light to the treatment area. Patients go through a complimentary consultation before treatment begins, determining the number of sessions necessary depending on ink colors, skin tones, and how many Alfs are in the tattoo. During half-hour treatments, the laser breaks down particles of any color while minimally affecting the skin. A Zimmer Cryo 6 Chiller provides additional comfort during the process, keeping the treated area cool. Patients can return for their next treatment in as few as three weeks.
Movement Mechanics Spa's massage therapists believe that, like cars, bodies need regular tune-ups to stay healthy. The licensed wellness professionals offer everything bodies need for rejuvenation?various massages, stretching, rehabilitation, and a whole host of spa and relaxation treatments. They specialize in helping people recover from car accidents with medical-massage treatments designed to deal with things such as whiplash and removing air fresheners stuck between toes.
In the auto-themed lobby, spa-goers settle in on real seats from cars and check out the license plates hung on the walls. They then head in for routine maintenance treatments.
You may not be able to change the past, but you can change the way you feel about it. That is one of the mantras of Linda King, the certified medical hypnotherapist behind Naturally Yours. Since 2001, she has used a technique dubbed the “Transformational Healing Method,” which helps her clients confront and alter physical and emotional aspects of their lives with the power of their subconscious minds. Linda is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and has helped many smokers kick the nicotine habit and many a shy person come out of their shell.
With more than 25 collective years of beautifying experience, Enchante's dedicated staff utilizes top-of-the-line products in a wide range of bodily tune-ups. Hair services range from basic shape-ups such as a cuts ($35–$60 for women, $25–$40 for men), styles ($20+), and highlights ($30+) to total textural transformations with Japanese straightening ($300+) or a Keratin complex blowout (priced based on consultation). Refurbish a winter-weary complexion with a professional makeup application, or gain a competitive advantage in the slip-n-slide bowl with conventional waxing ($30–50 per leg, $30 bikini, $50 Brazilian). Facial threading ($20–$45)—a sensitive-skin friendly wax alternative—rids troublesome bristles from the face and makes it easier to lace up, and digits get the royal treatment with a spa mani-pedi ($65), which includes an aromatic soak, trim, exfoliation, paraffin dip, massage, and polish.
• For $29, you get one month of unlimited UV tanning (up to a $70 value). • For $29, you get three airbrush spray-tan sessions (a $105 value). Colour U Tan's beautifiers brown sun-starved bodies with professionally applied spray tan and boost vitamin D levels with four varieties of UV beds. Elevate epidermises to an all-natural golden buff with three airbrush tanning sessions, which employ expertly and evenly applied South Seas spray tan that can last up to 10 days, before fading naturally. The sugar-cane-based tanner mingles with the skin's amino acids to create natural-looking color and a glow as brilliant as Aristotle in a neon suit. UV devotees can cultivate bronzed frames in three different beds and one stand-up booth, varying in exposure time from 12 to 20 minutes. Both packages include a $5 credit toward airbrush products or tanning lotion to correspond with UV-free, UV-full, or desert-wandering UV-overfull options.
Generations Salon and Spa's owners, women from three generations of the same family, showcase hereditary aesthetic skills in a shop decorated with lanterns and curlicues of wrought iron. Over the course of 60 minutes, pores relinquish stashes of grime during a cleanse of the face, neck, and décolletage. After elixirs from Bioelements lock in purity, exfoliating and hydrating masks chase off dead skin and cover up attempts to steal a raisin's identity. Meanwhile, a staff member squeezes out last drops of stress with a massage of the face, neck, and shoulders, and hands slip into smooth, warm paraffin or melted saxophones. A hydrating coat of moisturizer leaves faces aglow as patrons strut out through the salon's front door, which is accented by an amethyst mural of climbing clematis vines.