With 35 years of experience, the medical staff at Progressive Wellness Center leads patients in reimagining their current state of health. Weight-loss programs centered around HCG help clients turn bulky bodies into slimmer, stronger silhouettes, and aesthetic injectables work to tighten slack skin or shoo spider veins from appendages. Alternatively, IV nutritional therapy invigorates the body's absorption of nutrients and the brain's absorption of the subtext in the last episode of Barney and Friends. To keep patients happy and relaxed before and after appointments, Progressive Wellness Medical Center maintains comfortable seating and a café area stocked with healthful shakes, as well as organic coffee and green tea.
The skilled staff of Dermoescultura helps to keep clients' skin looking and feeling healthy. The aestheticians clean and brighten skinscapes with facials, hydration, and collagen and vitamin treatments that restore depleted nutrients to faces for a youthful glow. More targeted services address specific skin goals, such as clearing complexions through acne treatments, minimizing wrinkles with Botox injections, and combating discoloration and the signs of aging with peels. In addition to freshening up the skin above the shoulders, the Dermoescultura team can perform slimming treatments and help clients shed cellulite.
Master stylist and owner Sandy Giff has a number of advanced classes in the bag, including chemical treatments, hair replacements, extensions, and coloring techniques. That has allowed her to specialize in helping clients with such issues as bald spots, thinning hair, and over-processed hair. Sandy and the rest of the staff also rid hair of unwanted frizz and windborne trash with smoothing keratin treatments.
Nita Harvey revamps hair with an all-natural line of organic products. Guests can solicit her expertise to craft voluminous layers, highlights, or a custom color process, all tailored to their unique features and personality. She also performs keratin treatments to straighten and fortify strands.
Even as a little girl, Arlene Gray knew she wanted to be a hairstylist, and she has spent the last 27 years fulfilling that dream. After training in New York City, she moved south, eventually opening A's Hair Salon. Not only does she continue to treat hair to her expert styling services—including colorings, cuts, keratin treatments, relaxers, and extensions—but she also shares her knowledge with others as a cosmetology instructor and volunteer stylist for cancer-related charities.