Though having a board-certified doctor perform one's beauty treatments can make one feel at ease, having two can allay even the strongest of apprehensions. Dr. Khaja Asadullah and Dr. Ayesha Akbar both dispense body-sculpting services, bio-identical horomone-replacement treatments, IV nutritional therapy, and facial-filler injections with the expertise that earned them certification in age-management medicine. Their combined knowledge of this and preventive medicine helps them to fulfill myriad wellness desires, such as shedding years from patients' faces, pounds from their midsection, nutritional deficiencies, and mind-controlling xenos from their scalp.
A naturally swift runner, the licensed massage therapist at Allison Wellness & Mobile Massage travels up to 50 miles out of Mokena and Bourbonnais to help alleviate tension and sore muscles. Once arriving on location, the therapist unfolds the table and sets to work customizing massages for infinite configurations of sore spots and body types. With more than 10 years of experience, the massage therapist has had ample time refining such specialized modalities as shiatsu, cranial-sacral, lymphatic, and prenatal massages.
• For $40, you get a one-hour Swedish massage (an $85 value). • For $65, you get a four-layer face-lift facial (an $85 value) with a microdermabrasion treatment (a $50 value; a $135 total value). • For $69, you get a Steamy Wonder cellulite treatment (a $150 value).
The staff at Erica Davis Salon & Spa expertly beautifies clients as hanging lamps glow and a portrait of Audrey Hepburn keeps watch from an eggplant-purple wall. Trained stylists execute a full range of salon services, including haircuts that commence at the black-basined wash station or foil highlights that start by unwrapping a bag of Hershey's kisses. Airbrushes tint skin with spray-on foundation or UV-free tanning mist, and temporary and semipermanent eyelash extensions endow lids with extra flutterability.
Each stylist and aesthetician at the full-service Salon Evania brings more than 15 years of experience to skin- and hair-beautifying efforts. Before each haircut, stylists assess each client's hair type and blood type, then snip strands and tint tresses into an attractive frame around facial features. Aestheticians cosset bodies in luxurious wraps such as the Egyptian myrrh treatment, which rejuvenates skin with Dead Sea salts and ancient oils while swaddling bodies in soft, genuine Egyptian linens. Nail technicians further enhance appearances with natural manicures and spa pedicures, in which warming paraffin gives toes a feeling of comfort previously available only to feet wearing marshmallow sandals.