The aestheticians at Esthetiques Skin Spa have all long held an interest in skincare, even dating back to childhood for one pro who gave herself mud-pie facials. While mud is conveniently left off the menu, the team does unfurl Intraceuticals products, glycolic-acid peels, and a Nuface microcurrent toning device to revitalize tired mugs and combat acne, sun spots, and fine lines. They also adorn fresh canvases with spray tans that leave bodies looking bronzed and beautiful.
The skin whisperers at For Your Skin Only Day Spa customize treatments to clients' individual skin types to ensure safe and effective skincare. Detailed skin analysis of every face gives aestheticians the knowledge they need to pick and choose from the spa's sumptuous selection of specialized pharmaceutical-grade products. Clients can relax in private treatment rooms serenely appointed with elegant artwork, candles, and aromatic lavender bushes softly humming peaceful music.
The licensed aestheticians at Fusion Solutions bestow faces with youthful radiance through the dermasweep and Fusion facial treatments. During the one-hour dermasweep, skin-saving practitioners help render skin on the face and neck smoother than sandblasted pop rocks. A bristle tip acts as a vacuum to apply a gentle exfoliation, allowing paraben-free topical products to simultaneously reach deeper layers of the skin for effective results. The treatment can be customized with a wide variety of bristle tips and pore-party hats to suit the patient’s desired results. The Fusion facial handles specific epidermal concerns, such as dry, sensitive, or hypercolor skin, with a wide array of medically prepared products. Using cleansers, toners, and masks derived from natural ingredients such as aloe leaf and coffee extract, facial gurus help protect visages from the elements and late-morning jitters.
Nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork and licensed by the state, Connie Haynes specializes in the most popular massage techniques to evaporate her clients? aches and pains. Her Swedish massages combine oils or lotions with rolling, kneading, and percussion techniques that untie knotted muscles. During deep-tissue massages, Connie dives right into the deepest layers of tissue, where chronic pain and loose change is unearthed. She also helps athletes recover better from harsh workouts with a sports-oriented massage that increases flexibility and relaxes the mind and body.
Dr. Mike Foster, a board-certified surgeon, keeps a cool-headed watch over the team at DeSoto Laser Aesthetics as it delivers a roster of rejuvenating med-spa services. Brandishing late-model lasers and Victorian-era laser cozies, the medical aestheticians blast away all manner of blemish, from spider veins and body hair to tattoos and nail fungus, to treat every shade in the skin-tone choir. Nonlaser treatments include crease-fighting injectables and chemical peels, as well as ultrasonic Vaser liposuction. Patients relax in the clinic's olive-toned treatment rooms, admiring the framed floral prints on the walls as their physical flaws melt, vaporize, or crabwalk away.
The sun spills through the front window, warming the studio's sand-colored tile. A member of Posh Hair Salon and Day Spa's team greets guests as they step through the door, then guides them across the gleaming floor to salon or pedicure chairs upholstered in rich, black leather. Amid these sense-stimulating confines, owner and hairstylist Alana Knight?who lays claim to certification in hair extensions and multiple contributions to News Channel 3's Live at 9?oversees an aesthetics crew that serves the tri-state area through in-studio and mobile services. The team dispenses prettifying procedures, ranging from hairstyling and eyelash extensions to waxing and airbrush tanning, and coordinates services for special events such as weddings, Lil' Diva parties, or get-togethers celebrating voter registration.