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The aestheticians at The Face Place know that different faces have different skincare needs. That?s why they design each of their facials with an audience in mind?they have a smoker?s facial for smokers, an anti-aging facial for adults advanced in years, a teen facial for adolescents, and a European facial for turncoats. Along with facials, the staff offers a full menu of health and beauty services that includes body treatments, waxing services, and makeup applications. And, to round out the mix of wellness services, they have a clinical hypnotherapist who performs hypnosis to help clients conquer phobias, improve self-confidence, or release stress.

632 Main St
Milford,
OH
US

Licensed massage therapist Lynn M. Thal draws from more than 20 years of experience to help clients feel their best. She calibrates each stroke to clients' needs, pulling together modalities from twelve types of massage, including the elongation techniques of Swedish, sports, and aromatherapy. She targets the source of headaches during Migraine Miracle massages and joins forces with a partner to perform indulgent four-hand sessions. As a Reiki master, she works to promote relaxation and wellness by manually clearing clients' energy channels that have been blocked by double-parked cars.

962 Lila Avenue
Milford,
OH
US

At Blyss Studio's homey quarters, an experienced team of instructors lead Vinyasa and Hatha yoga classes in an effort to unite the body, mind, and spirit. To help alleviate any muscle aches that may result from the workouts, Blyss offers a wide variety of massage therapy services to help her clients de-stress, get rid of pain, and even prevent injury in the future. Reiki and other massage techniques are tailored to clients' needs ranging from fertility to sports injury.

102 Wooster Pike
Milford,
OH
US

Licensed massage therapist Deborah Hunter's massages are so revitalizing, they might make you want to take her everywhere you go. That was especially true for one client, who loved her treatments so much that she flew her out to Tuscany to provide massages for her house guests. This effect might be due to the fact that her skills in the art of bodywork combine with a natural intuition, thanks to her social-work experience. She uses that dual knowledge to ease customers' aches and knead away stress during Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages. Fragrant aromatherapy oils bolster relaxation without attracting bees, and hot towels melt tension from muscles.

3235 Madison Rd.
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Cincinnati magazine named Sia Spa the best spa therapy of 2007. Four Yelpers give Sia Spa a perfect five stars, and three Yahoo! Locals give it an average of three stars:

8127 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Get your hair ready for fish-teasing season with a haircut and style ($35+) from one of Salon Urbanity's innovative stylists, or artificially infuse a sun-kissed look into your 'do with full foil highlights ($70+). You can also freshen up for an upcoming passport photo with a microdermabrasion treatment ($120+). Salon Urbanity's skilled technician will peel away the years by exfoliating the top microlayer of facial skin, leaving it looking refreshed and young enough to earn double-profiles from airport security, and an indulgent French manicure ($22+) will spiff up sorry fingernails. And if your new career in plantain farming has made your muscles tense and tightened, opt for a relaxating relaxation massage ($60 for 60 minutes) and feel troubles melt away like a dropped ice-cream cone in the Sahara.

900 Adams Xing
Cincinnati,
OH
US