Day Spa in Palatine


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  • Elements Massage
    While there are many styles of massage to choose from, the licensed massage therapists at Elements Massage blend a medley of kneading techniques to ease away tension. Their four-level approach helps to cater sessions to each individual client. Patrons looking for a light and relaxing massage receive a level 1 massage, whereas those with more muscle tension can opt for the medium pressure of a level 2 or 3, and clients bearing especially tangled muscle fibers or especially heavy jetpacks can find relief with the deeper manipulations and trigger-point work of a level 4.
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    395 West Northwest Highway
    Palatine, IL US
  • Indulgence Day Spa
    Signature Service: Organic Facials Reservations/Appointments: Required Parking: Free street parking Q&A with Hilary, Owner and Therapist Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job? I try to tailor every visit to each specific client and their individual goals and needs. The challenge of ensuring that happens is one of the things I love most [about my job]. What's the most common beauty mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead? Using the wrong products. Even if you spend $10 on product instead of $50, there are products that will suite your skin type better than others. Feel free to ask for recommendations. How did you get started in the beauty industry? Did you have an "ah-ha" moment in life? I fell in love with makeup at a young age while watching my mother and sisters put it on themselves. I did makeup professionally for several years, noticing that too many women would put on makeup to cover up what they considered "problem spots" areas instead of using it to enhance their natural beauty. My "ah-ha" moment was realizing that I could help with the "problem spot" areas and allow women (and men) to feel amazing without feeling like they need to cover anything up.
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    21 North Brockway St. Suite #206
    Palatine, IL US
  • The Pressure's On
    Jennifer Niesel talks about massage with the kind of reverence others might reserve for a priceless work of art. From the first stroke of any of her custom massages, it’s clear that practices what she preaches. Her artistry extends to specialty modalities such as her hot-stone massage, during which warm stones become extensions of her hands as they render muscles more malleable than a bar of gold Play-Doh. Jennifer counts Swedish, prenatal, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage among her other talents. She prides herself in her ability to educate and provide tools to clients to ensure that their muscles stay limber between visits to her studio.
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    1608 Colonial Pkwy.
    Inverness, IL US
  • Areté Salon and Spa
    While products from Redken, Pureology, Schwarzkopf Professional, and OPI would be more than enough to fill most stylists' arsenals, the staff of Areté Salon and Spa has another weapon at its disposal. Color-perfect lighting gives the stylists a clear view of their work, allowing colorists and others to accurately assess the results of their labor. Nail technicians work with color as well, outfitting digits with vivid shades of polish, while aestheticians employ essential oils, plant enzymes, and other solutions to rejuvenate complexions and the gardening industry.
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    9 N Bothwell St.
    Palatine, IL US
  • Serenity Spa - Sophia Wilk
    At Serenity Spa, beauty expert Sophia Wilk pampers her clients with rejuvenating facials. Each service starts with a careful skin analysis, so she can target specific skin concerns such as sensitivity, acne, or pleats with a therapeutic regimen of masks and specialized products. Sophia also offers waxing treatments, and prides herself on the high standards of safety she employs. Her extra-sanitary waxing sessions are always free of double dipping, ensuring a safe and hygienic experience from brow to ankle.
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    15 East Northwest Highway
    Palatine, IL US
  • Nelson Group Salon
    Named a Reader's Choice salon by the Daily Herald in 2012, the Nelson Group Salon staffs skilled stylists who groom clients' locks, skin, and nails using products by Aveda, Bumble and bumble, and Schwarzkopf. Many of the salon's stylists boast more than a decade of experience and professional training from such coiffure heavyweights as Vidal Sassoon and Aveda, which they apply to their services as they snip and color locks in modern styles. Built in 1890, the salon's charming interior once housed a hospital, which was then subsequently repurposed into a bakery and next into a zombie factory, before finally transforming into its present state more than 20 years ago. Salon owner Nelson, a stylist for more than 23 years, still prefers "old-school German shears" to style ever-evolving haircuts. He emphasizes keeping up with trends and mastering new techniques, saying, "it's not just a job, but a craft."
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    39 W Slade St.
    Palatine, IL US