With an experienced optometrist on staff and a selection of more than 500 frames and a variety of lens types, Pinnacle Vision Care offers a fix for almost every bout of blurry, foggy, or x-ray vision. Eye exams ($105, or $155 with contact-lens fitting), each performed by a licensed doctor, serve to screen the eye for diseases and engineer lenses for sharp lines and clear images. Frame droppers and cactus battlers can feel secure in the knowledge that every eyewear purchase at Pinnacle Vision Care includes a two-year warranty against breakage. A large variety of basic frames are available for around $47–$100, and can be filled in with basic lenses (starting at $60), upgraded single-vision lenses ($100–$185), or progressive lenses ($200–$600).
The space at Studio Salon & Spa goes on forever??or so it would seem. Dozens of elegant mirrors span the avocado-hued walls, adding dimension to the cozy central room. There under miniature spotlights, stylists specialize in highlights and lowlights, adeptly transforming locks with advanced techniques such as ombre and baillage.
New Healthy Ways' relaxation gurus beckon passersby to abandon the rustle and bustle of the outside world and indulge in a menu of spa services geared toward calming frazzled gray matter and embellishing human hides. The spa's aestheticians uproot unwanted fuzz from head to talon using Cirepil Blue hard wax and quick flicks of the wrist, and revive waning complexions with facials aided by Dermalogica and Image Skincare serums. New Healthy Ways' ionic footbaths and collection of vitamins and supplements help bodies flush out harmful toxins acquired through watching too much reality television, while a certified massage therapist negates troublesome aches with calculated kneads.
Kaitie at To Dye for Hair Studio, bolsters personal style with haircuts and treatments that can breathe new life into clients' looks. She also acts as a color specialist, adding texture and dimension to hairdos with highlights and coloring.
Most popular offering: Local, organic, raw milk; Quest bars
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
It's not always easy to know if you're eating a balanced diet. But if you don't know how to get in all your leafy greens or omega fatty acids throughout the day, there's help. Total Health owners Kevin and Laurel set out to bring their knowledge of nutrition to the local community, helping all their customers live healthier lives and get over debilitating fears of swiss chard. They stock healthy snacks, gluten-free foods, vitamins, and a variety of organic and local goods.