Barbara Porter combines extensive training, experience, and high-quality skincare products to reupholster facial fabric with moisturized and nourished skin. For a gentle introduction to skincare, the 30-minute preteen and teen facial uses Clean Start's face-pampering line to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize faces not yet exposed to the rigors of smiling at tax auditors or bobbing for Apple computers. Once visages are revived, teen customers will leave with a Clean Start mini kit for at-home maintenance and breakout prevention.
Agape Day Spa blends the serenity of traditional spa services with the cosmetic punch of med-spa treatments. Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages soothe muscles, while Glo chemical peels tend to the layers of skin or duct-taped garbage bags that cover them. The spa's Glo makeup dresses faces in the pigments of pulverized minerals augmented with pharmaceutical-grade ingredients designed to protect skin.
Licensed aestheticians appease rowdy epidermises with custom facials surrounded by the antique and rustic décor of an intimate spa. Customers uncoil during a 50-minute classic European facial, as a visage diviner mixes up a tailor-made cocktail—calibrated to each skin type—that cleanses, exfoliates, and soothes with gentle wisps of steam. Next, a nourishing mask and moisturizer leave faces as smooth as a seal dressed in a silk bathrobe before firm hands massage necks, shoulders, and scalps, purging facial lymph nodes of harmful toxins. Alternatively, customers can opt for a hydrating/age-defying facial, which lasts up to 75 minutes, to restore dry or dull faces to a youthful sheen. Clinicians coat faces, collagen eye pads, and busts of Abraham Lincoln with a hydrating mask, focusing their smoothing acumen on ironing out fine lines and wrinkles.
We are a medical spa that has on staff physicians at our locations. Our medical director Dr. David Pak is truly passionate about overall health. Dr. Pak will is driven to offer all his patients exceptional care, and that is why he has recently started groundbreaking on a entire Wellness Center.
After seeing the sluggish affects that venous insufficiency had on his clients, board-certified general surgeon Dr. Mark Kneuper's curiosity about vein therapy grew. This interest eventually led him into the practice of vein therapy more than two decades ago. But as the times have changed, so have Dr. Kneuper’s methods, which is why his practice, Hill Country Vein Center, now offers technologically advanced vein treatments. Invasive services, such as vein stripping or tickling the vessels until they oblige, have been replaced with a noninvasive, radio-frequency-based Venefit treatment and gentle sclerotherapy injections. But before any treatment begins, Dr. Kneuper's registered vein technicians rely on advanced ultrasound machines to painlessly pinpoint troublesome vessels.
At first blush, Millennium Medi Spa seems to suffer from a crisis of identity. On one hand, the med spa relies on the clinical expertise of its physician directors to rejuvenate clients’ skin with advanced treatments. But one can’t help but notice the tranquil, spa-like atmosphere and the profusion of treatments—mani-pedis, massages, hydrating facials—that seem rooted in relaxation more than anything else.
These two personalities converge seamlessly thanks to a staff that splits its focus between results and relaxation. Technicians beautify nails with scrubs, paraffin dips, and glossy coats of polish while aestheticians tighten skin and release toxins with body wraps. Similarly results-based procedures include chemical peels, dermal fillers, and vibradermabrasion treatments that reduce the appearance of fine lines and barnacles stuck to the face.