Zen Salon + Spa's conscientious caregivers integrate the Zen philosophy of balance, simplicity, and harmony into their individually tailored hair, nail, skin, and body treatments. Massage services run the pressure gamut from a 30-minute back-and-head massage ($35) to a deep sport treatment ($85). The no-tension massage unties wound-up worrywarts with one hour of deep-tissue techniques that release deeply rooted tensions in targeted areas ($85). For frustrated raisins looking to lure flirtatious grapes, the Image Signature Facial infuses skin with rejuvenating vitamins and antioxidants meant to fight signs of aging ($80).
Tucked away from the clanking dumbbells and whirl of treadmills at Gold’s Gym, Angel Hands Spa offers many moments of silence during relaxing appointments. Clients recline on cozy treatment tables as massages unwind tense muscles and facials remove dirt and excess oil from pores. Excess body hair can be tackled with a laser or warm wax for those tired of shaving or asking it politely to leave. A nail technician on staff files and buffs fingernails and toenails before painting them in vibrant polish hues. The spa's most impressive treatment, however, is the noninvasive HydraFacial, which uses a Vortex-Fusion process to eliminate imperfections in the skin such as wrinkles and sun damage.
The beauty experts at BeautiLase At Family Medicine Associates specialize in making bodies look their best with a menu of modern treatments, such as laser hair removal and microdermabrasion. They also offer beauty injections, which tame wrinkle muscles without surgery, and their weight-loss injections help melt away pounds and boost metabolisms.