Medical Laser Solutions entrusts its clients to the care of medical professionals who each possess at least 15 years of experience in the field. For nearly a decade before transitioning to aesthetic medicine, co-owners Nancy Hamel, MD and Lisa Mitchell, a board-certified physician assistant, worked at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, where they treated patients and maintained a symbiotic relationship with a stethoscope. They are joined by Patti Pierce, a medical assistant and certified laser tech who manages the practice, as well Jeannie Capone, a nurse practitioner who excels in injectables. The group specializes in laser treatments for cosmetic and curative purposes, and takes pride in the clinic's Apogee Elite laser because it effectively removes hair on skin of all pigments. The medical specialists also diminish blemishes and signs of aging with cosmetic treatments including dermal injections and chemical peels.
For more than 20 years, Forever-French Salons' staff members have beautified clients' fingers and toes with everything from familiar nail treatments to its signature French-style acrylics. The popularity of the pink-and-white acrylics and gels stems from their glossy, natural look and dependability; they can last for up to four weeks without fading, lifting, or breaking. At the salon's locations in Franklin and Norwood, the staff performs a varied assortment of pampering nail services, including mani-pedis, hand-painted nail art, and no-chip gel manicures.
Leeann understands that to set Leeann’s Skin and Laser Center’s treatments apart, she must make them experiences. That’s why she sees only one client at a time, ensuring the utmost in confidentiality and discretion during aesthetic services and single-minded focus during séances to channel skin of decades past. In her private room, Leeann, performs more than 20 kinds of facials with G.M. Collin's skincare products, hair-removal services with a Kona LHe laser, or makeovers with private-label products. She keeps her treatments up-to-date through ongoing education seminars and webinars, and is generous with what she learns. In addition to doting on clients at her own center, Leeann shares her skills with women going through cancer with the American Cancer Society’s Look Good, Feel Better program.
Hundreds of clients come to Escada Hair And Beauty Spa for their hair- and skincare needs. As a result, owner Cheryl Germano and her staff have made lots of new friends, but their affability is equally present when working with first-time visitors. Staffers help clients choose a new hairstyle, perhaps adding highlights, all-over color, or permanent waves. The beauty experts also pierce ears and refresh skin with facials, including a treatment specifically designed for men.
Salon 599?s stylists harness products such as Paul Mitchell and Moroccanoil, treating hair to services such as texturing, straightening, cuts, and colors. They also transform tresses with extensions and perms, and address issues such as dandruff and damaged hair with specialized treatments. For complete makeovers, aestheticians can help clients coordinate wardrobe, accessories, hair, and makeup during one-on-one consultations.
More than a decade ago, Manijeh Roshan was receiving electrology treatments and grew curious about how and why it worked to banish hair. Curiosity led to formal study and training and then to 14 years of experience at Manijeh’s Skin Care and Electrology. Using natural products from Decléor and Pevonia Botanica, Manijeh tailors treatments to the skin of each client while using sterile, disposable implements to ensure safety and cleanliness. In addition to facial and body treatments, waxing and electrolysis take two different routes to make skin as smooth as a buttered dolphin.