Led by Gary Kirtland, a certified colon hydrotherapist, food-psychology coach, and holistic-health counselor, the crew at Clarksville Colonics aims to detoxify bodies with more than 15 services, including signature colon-hydrotherapy treatments. Five types of cleanses, ranging from those focused on the liver or heavy metals, pair with 7- or 28-day detox plans. To help its clients, including members of the military, shed pesky pounds and pass their weight and tape test, the staff builds weight-loss programs from personalized diet coaching, infrared-sauna sessions, and abdominal wraps.
Since 1999, the insured cleaning team from Quality Carpet Cleaning Memphis has removed pesky dirt and oil from upholstery and flooring without using toxic chemicals. To clean carpets, they use a four-step sanitization process that includes a pre-spray to loosen embedded soil, hot water extraction, and pre- and post-sprays for stubborn spots and stains. When treating area rugs, the techs always pre-test a spot for colorfastness and use a neutral pH cleaner gentle enough for fibers made of silk, cotton, wool, nylon, or braided spaghetti squash. The techs can also tackle filth imbedded in tile or grout or extract pollen, bacteria, and dust from air ducts and dryer vents, and can help eliminate pet odors that linger on even when the stains have disappeared.
Though Executive Cleaners has three locations where patrons can drop off their dirty duds for dry cleaning, the company’s staffers also make laundry day even more convenient by traveling to clients’ homes and picking clothes up themselves. All customers need to do is leave their unwashed textiles at their door, and Executive Cleaners' team will whisk them away to one of its locations, where the staff will carefully inspect, clean, and press the items before dropping them back off. To ensure immaculate threads, Executive Cleaners encourages clients to leave a note with special instructions and even use the provided spot marker to point out stains or start games of tic-tac-toe. In addition to dry cleaning and laundry services, Executive Cleaners keeps entire ensembles in pristine condition with alterations, shoe repairs, wedding-gown preservation, and leather repairs.
The dry-cleaning specialists at Max Precision Cleaning Enterprise maintain a kindly rapport with articles of clothing and the customers who bring them in. Rather than subject fragile garments to the rough-and-tumble of thrashing washers, delicates are carefully analyzed to determine the proper course of action, with meticulous by-hand cleaning administered when necessary. The experts who staff each location are similarly conscientious about the earth and the humans who inhabit it, introducing environmentally helpful measures, including reusing plastic garment bags as waste-can liners, into their cleaning protocols whenever possible and allowing each location to double as a Salvation Army drop-off site for clothing donations.
The Best of Citysearch award winner in 2009, the Paul Mitchell Focus salon boasts a striking wood-accented décor and a plethora of skilled stylists set to pamper your frizzied follicles into soft and moisturized locks of smooth sensation. Battle bad hair days and stop unsettling fellow bus riders with your disheveled disposition and eerily accurate foretelling of their deaths, opting instead for a series of three blowouts administered by a qualified hair whisperer adept at taming temperamental tresses with tidying blasts of silk-bestowing heat (a $35 value each). Snag sleekness with the Awapuhi deep-conditioning treatment, a mane therapy that improves shine, prevents color fade, and repairs damage done by UV rays gossiping about your roots (a $35 value).
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