The Jennifer Jones Massage & Skincare indulges spa-seekers with customized facials based around Bioelements products, which are free of synthetic colorants or perfumes. Each 45-minute facial begins with a SkinReading analysis, during which a pore whisperer deduces dermal issues and creates a personalized blend of ingredients, aromatherapy oils, and inkblot tests to draw them out. A deep-cleansing treatment clears pores and readies skins to absorb the full benefit of Bioelements’ exfoliating epidermal potions, with powers including anti-aging, firming, and oil control. A therapeutic serum and mask chosen to address specific skin issues tones skin with products made of natural ingredients such as lavender and Bulgarian rose. Stress melts from cheekbones during a soothing massage of the face, neck, and shoulders, which can increase circulation, dislodge stubborn toxins, and make complexions glow like a proud anglerfish parent.
Certified CelluSleek technician Darlene Williams-Roberts uses modern technology to combat cellulite and unshapely silhouettes. The CelluSleek system delivers a combo of suction and skin manipulation that works to break down puckered tissue and promote lymphatic drainage. This helps yield slimmer thighs and more toned tushes without the risks of surgery or the hassle of taking your birthday suit to the dry cleaner.
Amanda Jane Salon’s sextet of stylists and one masseuse pair 65 years of combined know-how with high-end products from Aveda and Oribe. Oscillating between hair services, skincare, and massage therapy, Amanda Jane Salon provides a one-stop shop for corporeal and follicular rejuvenation, where artfully dyed highlights can shimmer brightly above the stress-relieving strokes of a classic Swedish massage or holistic foot rub. Waxing services scour brows, lips, and chins for excess fuzz and misplaced Groucho mustaches, and fashion-forward makeup services accentuate facial features with sophisticated soupçons of vibrancy. The salon’s stylists stay abreast of current trends through continuing education, even as they foster goodwill in the community through regular involvement with the American Cancer Society and Methodist Home.