Helmed by a father-and-son-in-law duo of licensed opticians, Optical Reflections helps people find relief from blurry vision by catering to their prescription-eyewear needs. The office's lab equipment can produce custom lenses in a few hours, leaving plenty of time for the opticians to help clients pick a pair of frames that matches their sense of personal style. Intent on catering to clients of all ages, the opticians stock their office with a vast supply of frames, including a number of options by designers such as Kate Spade, Oakley, and Ray Ban. Finding and preparing the perfect set of eyeglasses isn't the only thing that the team is capable of though. The opticians also craft prescription-strength sunglasses, swim goggles, recreational sports eyewear, safety glasses, and car windshields depending on clients' needs.
At HealthSource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab, staff members work with clients to develop written individual action plans to treat joint and muscle pain. A tailored treatment can blend attention from chiropractors, massage therapists, and progressive rehabilitation staff to leverage the diverse benefits of a variety of modalities in the same visit. All staffers are trained to educate clients about chiropractic care's role in overall physical well-being, using a nifty song that helps you remember what the hipbone is connected to—a USB port.
Founded in Durham 30 years ago by fashion-forward frame specialist George Fagét, Specs stocks an abundance of international brand-name frames in a stylish boutique setting with hardwood floors. Patients can bring along an existing prescription or sit down for a comprehensive eye exam that graciously spares retinas from math-heavy word problems. Whether transparent or UV-blocking, lenses come outfitted in the latest frame styles from such brands as Prodesign and Lafont. Upscale frames, such as the Italian X-Ide and the Swedish Öga, lend eyeballs more international panache than a bedazzled travel guide. For those without an up-to-date prescription, onsite eye exams assess peepers for vision and staring-contest dexterity.
Clients of The Beautee Cafe can have two things attended to: their hair and their muscles. Owner LaTausha Little is a licensed massage therapist, and can appease achy muscles with one of four massage modalities, including deep tissue and prenatal. Treatments can be upgraded with add-ons such as a foot scrub or hot stones. In the salon, co-owner Dorothea Howell and stylists attend to hair in almost every possible way: removing excess fuzz from brows, adding fringe to lashes, and styling both natural and chemically treated hair.
The creative force behind Corporate Image Hairstyling is a team of two stylists with a combined 36 years of hair-primping experience. They use that experience to do everything from trim beards to administer mane-smoothing keratin treatments. In addition, aided by Keune and Onesta products, they snip, color, and style strands into classic and modern dos.
Kallos Hair and Skin's freestanding salon cuddles guests in privacy as hardwood floors, airy curtains, and ample natural lighting add to a tranquil ambiance heightened by elegiac hymns sung by choruses of abandoned hairs. The studio's services include haircare for men and women; specialty facial and body treatments, including reflexology and reiki; and airbrush tans that blend Norvell's organic tanning formula with natural golden-brown bronzers.