The staff at Fusion Med Spa includes a general surgeon and aestheticians who help to whittle bodies into shapely figures with FDA-approved cosmetic and aesthetic treatments. Aestheticians rejuvenate faces with a coterie of services such as microdermabrasion, facial resurfacing treatments, and peels. They work to reduce wrinkles and lessen other signs of aging, such as sagging skin and falling asleep while watching golf, with Venus Freeze skin-tightening sessions. Wielding lasers, they dissolve adipose tissue and cellulite, remove hair, and reduce spider veins.
Auredika Mosbach, A Touch of Auredika’s owner and a licensed massage therapist, instills tranquility and limberness in her clients with a variety of massages and body treatments. To combat stress and tightness, she draws upon the long, gliding motions of Swedish massage. Alternatively, deep-tissue work brings relief from chronic pain and tension, and hot-stone massages combine the benefits of both by utilizing the careful placement of hot basalt stones and acupressure. Auredika also continues her education in order to better serve her clients by offering more specialized massage treatments, including prenatal massages, ayurvedic head massages, and reflexology. In addition to massage, she also specializes in body-contouring wraps, which diminish cellulite and lead to slimmer waistlines, and body scrubs, which exfoliate dead skin and leave the body emitting a radiant, reenergized glow and that new-baby smell.
The beauty pros encourage their guests to bid adieu to their daily stresses while relaxing inside NevaeH Salon. Patrons can sip cucumber water or coffee as stylists imbue strands with new color or slather warm wax onto bushy brows for resulting arches as perfect as a crescent moon. NevaeH makes use of It's A 10 and salon-exclusive Aquage products, both of which are sulfate- and paraben-free. During an Aquage silkening oil treatment, a mix of almond oil and argan oil leaves hair frizz-free and shimmering without the application of chemicals, dyes, or additives. Customers can also recline during refreshing microdermabrasion facials and glycolic peels.
American Photon Lipo Centers’ physician-supervised staff offers noninvasive alternatives to liposuction and facelifts. Using BioSlim technology's red light, they can shrink fat cells during BioSculpt treatments or tighten skin during BioLift and BioRejuv treatments. The FDA-approved treatments yield similar results to their surgical equals, and they do so without the threat of scars, downtime, or hospital-room neighbors who lie awake plotting to steal your jello.
Radiance Medspa’s pore experts iron out wrinkly countenances and scrub away unsightly blemishes to reveal healthy epidermises. Clients can employ the skills and knowledge of Dr. Sonal Patel and Dr. John Belmonte and the rest of the experienced staff during the digital skin analysis, a consultative huddle during which two sets of facial pictures―one in normal light and one in ultraviolet light―assess the surface and subsurface conditions and determine whether a photofacial or microdermabrasion is more appropriate. The photofacial employs intense pulsed light to help safely remove such imperfections as sun spots or spider veins and replace them with such perfections as the number pi or a tattoo of 300 to symbolize a bowling score. During the microdermabrasion, a skinsmith trundles minute crystals across head hides to exfoliate dead skin cells and treat acne, superficial dark spots, and dry or patchy skin, burnishing nose platforms with a bright and salubrious glow.
As a mother of four, Rebecca Riser already lives an active lifestyle. In addition to keeping her family moving, she also helps her clients avoid sedentary lives by pushing them in a variety of fitness classes. She guides yogis through a series of poses and breathing exercises in yoga classes that improve strength, flexibility, and balance more effectively than wishing to be a professional ice dancer. In Pilates classes, she draws from her training with Pilates experts, including Mari Winsor of the famed Winsor Pilates method, to strengthen core muscles. As she does with her own pack of wee ones, she helps kids lay the foundations for a lifetime of fitness with children’s Pilates and yoga classes.