Calling upon her background in herbology, aesthetician Nasia Petkova runs Beauty by Nature with a philosophy founded upon the use of natural and organic products. She guides staff members as they perform services ranging from The HotHouse—a body-wrap-style treatment that uses infrared rays to cleanse the body of toxins—to more traditional treatments, such as laser hair removal and nailcare. Staff members also rejuvenate bodies and minds with reiki and chi massage as well as customized facials powered by handpicked Éminence Organic Skin Care products infused with natural elements such as apples and paprika. And for extended beauty, the spa offers memberships as well as life coaching designed to help clients to stay in shape for upcoming wrestling matches against their own internal monologue.
With a comprehensive menu of haircare, laser and medical spa treatments, aesthetics, and more, Sol Escape's professionally trained beauty experts could be satisfied with making their clients look good. Instead, they make the extra effort to create a sanctuary where clients can retreat from the everyday stressors of work, school, and dragging their pet anvils on daily walks. Amid floral bouquets and potted plants, they offer clients complimentary coffee, tea, and nibbles before inviting them into treatment rooms. There, technicians use technologically advanced equipment and products by L'Oreal Professional and Oxygen to navigate bodies toward the shores of beauty.
Before Sherry Subratii opened Expo Hair Studio & Salon Care, she apprenticed under Guy Lucci and trained at both the Marvel Beauty School and the Schwarzkopf Academy. She draws on her 15 years of experience as she gives guidance to a team of stylists and reshapes hairscapes with cuts, colour treatments, and other services. Perms send waves through tresses, and Japanese straightening treatments work some of the kinks out of frizzy coiffures. When makeup artists and aestheticians aren't busy pampering guests with spa packages, massages, waxing, and mani-pedis, they beautify brides before they roller skate gracefully down the aisle.
Within Paradise Wellness Center & Spa's 7,000 square feet of relaxation and beautifying facilities, spa specialists make clients over from head to toe using products from brands such as Dermalogica and G.M Collin. Visitors pass beneath an ornate chandelier as they enter through the spa's glass doors. With the ProArt NailDesign printer, customers can reward nails for their tireless work popping strangers' bubblegum by taking instant pictures and printing the captured image onto each of their finger shields. While focusing on faces, the staff can sculpt new hairstyles or cleanse visages during facials using products such as caviar. After completing their new beauty makeovers, patrons can focus on slimming down enough to fit back into their favourite crawl spaces during Zumba fitness classes.
Within its facilities, AcuRelax offers a variety of products designed to promote relaxation and wellness. Massage chairs and beds soothe muscular aches and pains, while whole-body vibration platforms shake and shape with muscle resistance. Infrared saunas bombard relaxers with gentle, infrared heat, causing sweating and detoxification as music plays.
Aestheticians at La Pendina Day Spa keep skin and nails healthy with an array of cutting-edge products and spa services. In addition to traditional nail and massage treatments, the staff strives to push the technological envelope with innovative services such as ultrasonic facials.
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