As the salon's name suggests, Endless Summer Salon & Tan's staff wants to help their patrons maintain a sun-kissed silhouette all year round. To achieve that look without the sun's help, guests can hop into a standup or flat UV bed, or opt for UV-free tanning. Guests can bronze their bodies with a self-operated Mystic Tan booth or a custom airbrush glow from a trained technician, who effortlessly makes the sun's work look like a cheap imitation.
In addition to beautifying their bodies in the tanning salon, guests can transform in the hair salon, which buzzes with the blow-dryers of a trio of stylists. They update manes with products from Wella and Redken along with naturally derived elixirs from Aveda and Moroccanoil. In the spa, aestheticians groom skinscapes with waxing, and nail technicians reinforce manicures with no-chip gel polish, preparing hands to finger-walk down the hand-modeling catwalk.
Just walking distance from the University of Delaware’s campus, The Zen Den offers non-competitive yoga and massage services in a calm and welcoming studio focused on helping people find their best self and flourish in their community. The schedule features Pilates and a variety of yoga classes offered seven days a week. Yoga styles include kundalini, prenatal, and hatha flow yoga with an emphasis on Zen meditation, and the staff can work with clients to figure out which classes and teachers best fit their practice. Additionally, The Zen Den’s pair of licensed massage-therapists— also the co-owners—soothe bodies and minds with a slate of massages such as deep tissue, Swedish, fertility, and sports.
Chiropractic physicians John and Jimmie Glenn helm a family-friendly facility where they seek to not only eliminate their patients' pain, but help them keep it away. Chronic aches can emerge out of anything from misaligned vertebrae to simple muscle tension, so the husband-and-wife team performs thorough examinations and x-rays to locate the exact source of the problem. Instead of masking symptoms with medication, they then delve in to treat the cause with a series of chiropractic adjustments and certified massages. The doctors also educate their patients about other natural remedies, therapeutic exercises, and secret handshakes they can use at home to maintain a comfortable, low-pain lifestyle.
La Petite Spa and Salon envelops clients age 18 and under in a decidedly girly atmosphere complete with pink walls, ruffled throw pillows, and zebra-print salon robes. There, stylists beautify little ones with kid-friendly spa services including light-makeup applications, ear piercing, and pedicures finished with toe rings. Afterward, parents can enlist the onsite photographer to capture pictures of their kids post-makeover before they surf home on the family mudslide.
Bliss Unisex Day Spa's exposed brick, flowing red and green curtains, Persian rugs, and bucolic mural and artwork inform the staff's sense of aesthetic splendor. The staff renders a number of services, from haircuts and partial highlights to skin treatments and pedicures. They even bundle them together into packages, such as the romance package, which lasts about four hours and includes a body polish with a choice of scent, a one-hour classic massage, and a manicure and spa pedicure.
From the tranquil tones of the flora-laden reception area to the dual waterfalls and simulated sky of the Meditation Room, Harmony Wellness Center strives first for client comfort. Licensed therapists and aestheticians demonstrate chivalry by ordering a detoxifying body wrap and a cleansing facial for clients mesmerized by the spa's a multifarious menu, which features soothing, organic ingredients like distilled essence of bliss and free-range lullabies. Free consultations help serenity smiths craft the perfect custom service packages for each patient's skin. Besides the ornate, expansive lounge and meditation quarters, Harmony Wellness Center maintains comfortable private treatment rooms to minimize the presence of sousaphones.
Drs. Richard McKay and Shaun Rinow were both introduced to chiropractic medicine by incidents in their own lives. Dr. McKay’s son was born with his feet twisted inward. While working as a deliveryman, Dr. Rinow threw his back out lifting a heavy box. Fortunately, both doctors were able to find help in a combination of manual chiropractic adjustments and at-home exercises.
Since teaming up in 1986, the duo has worked to give their patients the same healing benefits they experienced firsthand. They hunt down biomechanical problems or misalignments in the spine, locating disruptive discs and replacing them with smooth vinyl records. Through precise manual pressures, they can nudge discs into healthier positions and thereby relieve chronic issues such as back pain, headaches, and joint stiffness.