Massage Haven carries out its mission to help those suffering from pain or stress by treating every patient with personalized care. The facility has provided services at its current Batavia location for 20 years and offers a range of massage modalities that include Swedish, deep tissue, and myofascial release. Before initial treatments, Massage Haven's professionals conduct a brief consultation both to find out what each patient is hoping to gain from massage and to make sure none of their bones are made of marshmallows.
Sella All Natural Skin Care caresses smile vessels with a line of products made without artificial preservatives, polymers, or chemicals. Sophisticated technology fragments many of Sella’s natural ingredients into tiny particles 10–100 nanometers across, allowing deeper penetration into pores and secret passageways hidden behind microscopic bookshelves. Scrub tresses with a natural hair bar infused with yellow and white ocher, nano-selenium, and ceramide 3 to add luster and strength to dull locks ($25), or let the vitamin C and squalane of the cleansing bar work together to repair unsightly scar tissue ($20). Sella's body emulsion promotes skin-cell regeneration and regulates skin secretions ($60), and the all-natural hand cream prepares appendages for softer, smoother high fives after triumphs at high-stakes hand jive tournaments ($18).
Open 24 hours a day, XSport Fitness gilds pallid patrons with sunless Mystic Tan and VersaSpa systems as well as regularly relamped UV beds. With Mystic Tan and VersaSpa spray-tan sessions, unstained patrons stand in private booths while a moisturizing mist sweeps over the skin, bestowing the body with the healthy golden glow of a Spanish doubloon polished up for a night on the town. In about two minutes, airbrushes apply a natural tone that can be customized according to body size, skin type, and desired color. The formula imbues dermises with a bronze, line-free tan without the hassle of spending all summer loitering around sandcastle hard-hat zones.
USA Athletic Club & Spa’s 61,000-square-foot health center rolls out sundry exercise machines and fitness classes, hosting sweat sessions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The club boasts such amenities as saunas, steam rooms, a lap pool, a basketball court, and an indoor track, along with more than 100 cardio-centric machines, each equipped with a flat-screen TV, allowing fit seekers to fuel their workouts with heart-pumping reruns of Bob Ross’s Joy Of Painting. Held seven days a week, group classes welcome patrons of all fitness levels with offerings such as Zumba, yoga, and spinning, which works glutes and calves inside the well-equipped spin studio. Workouts are complemented by an array of massage services performed by licensed muscle menders, who burgeon relaxation and alleviate aches with a mélange of modalities including deep-tissue, reflexology, hot-stone, and Swedish massage.
It was her struggle with acne that led Jessica, a DePaul University graduate and former IT project manager, to make the switch from information technology to medical aesthetics. Today, she is certified by CosMedix in everything from basic epidermal care to complex chemical peels. She strives to fuel her treatments with CosMedix products, which are free of irritating ingredients such as parabens, synthetic glycolic acid, fragrances, and shredded glamour photos.
Jessica also teaches teens how to conquer acne with lessons on proper skincare and facial treatments. When she isn't helping individual clients obtain radiant skin or filing lawsuits against rosacea, she hosts spa parties for special events and provides all the necessary supplies.