Michelle Edwards likens proper skincare to proper dental care—just as people should visit their dentist regularly, they should also visit their aesthetician regularly. And at Mackenzie Designs Salon & Spa, she helps clients maintain healthy, clear skin with services such as Epi-Wave hydro-facials, which can lessen acne and visible signs of aging while also hydrating and nourishing faces.
The experts at SkinSense Advanced Skin Care understand that each person’s skin has its own needs and foibles. Whether applying a mask or cleaning pores with a chemical peel, they begin by analyzing each client’s skin type first, ensuring that their treatments fit its unique topography. In addition to the classic approach of a European facial, for which they combine steam cleansing, extractions, exfoliation, and aromatherapy massage, the professionals provide a bevy of modern skincare services. They wage war on blemishes and sagging skin with a cutting-edge array of microdermabrasion, light therapy, and cellulite treatments. Helping to bring about the renewal, an arsenal of products from gloProfessional, DermaQuest Skin Therapy, and SkinSense’s own line stands ready to target blackheads or smooth and tone the outer organ instead of attacking all wrinkles with the same clothes iron.
Catherine's an Oasis for your Skin offers three types of beautification treatments: whole body, face centric, and hair removal. Services such as wraps and cellulite-targeting sessions are designed to help clients slim down, and an array of facials makes skin look youthful and radiant. Catherine's is the spa portion of Life Laser, a clinic where advanced laser technology is used to zap away fat, help patients quit smoking, and point things out from far away.