Nestled near the PGA Marina, Salon Aquatica dazzles clients with peaceful maritime views while removing unwanted facial fringe with eyebrow and lip threading services. During sessions, experienced practitioners will efficiently wield thin strands of thread, drawing up hairs from the follicle like a vacuum clears out shag rugs after a confetti-gun explosion. This face-mowing process can leave the skin less red than waxing, is good for people currently on skin medicine, and allows clients the freedom to apply makeup soon after completion.
It generally takes about six laser treatments to completely banish unwelcome hair, which is why you are conveniently able to combine two Groupons for a total of six sessions on one area. Those who don't want to go completely body bald but just want to thin out and lighten up a particularly hairy situation can simply get fewer sessions than the magic six. Upon your first visit, a clinic director will help set up your individualized treatment regimen to establish the frequency and number of visits necessary to achieve desired results. Use this initial consultation to ask pertinent questions or to swap apple-streusel recipes with your lasersmith.
To permanently spruce up faces, Eylsa Ross blends clinical skill with artistry that's landed her work on celebrity mugs, television, and the pages of Shape, Real Simple, and InStyle magazines. In her experienced hands, which have dusted the faces of Matthew Perry and Christine Baranski, brows become bolder and lips become fuller. Elysa's work isn't limited to faces however; mastectomy patients rely on her for repigmentation.
Elysa also exposes complexions' natural glows with peels, microdermabrasion, and candelabra hats. She applies makeup to prep façades for weddings and events and hosts private parties.In addition to being an official Laura Mercier makeup artist, Elysa is a medical aesthetician in plastic surgery and dermatology offices. She started out by training with Pamela Taylor––who's made up the famous faces of the Rolling Stones and Billy Joel––and apprenticed with Laura Geller herself, whose line of cosmetics bears her name in stores across the nation.
A licensed massage therapist for more than a decade, April Hathaway has filled her toolbox with an assortment of different massage treatments. Her menu includes massages that target physical pain, emotional stress, and symptoms that arise from specific conditions. Though April performs specific modalities, she stresses that no two bodies are alike, and so each client will receive a customized treatment based on their own needs. For instance, an expecting mother might need a prenatal massage, but April will focus on a specific area??say the neck or the back??if the client is experiencing trouble there. Her other massages include Swedish, deep tissue, and trigger-point myotherapy. She also offers the option of aromatherapy massage, which incorporates essential oils that add another layer of relaxation to the proceedings and whose fragrances serve specific purposes.
Doctor of chiropractic James Whitney can treat aliments ranging from plantar fasciitis to headaches at Natural Pain Relief Center. A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, he draws on his education and experience to devise a full-body approach to instill better health in his clients. The strategy can include any number of treatments, such as myofascial release, physiotherapy, nutritional counseling, and impulse-assisted adjustments. His team of massage therapists lends a hand as well, doling out restorative, relaxing kneads.
Within Laser and Beauty Institute's fully-stocked facility, experts in the field of beauty enhancement pass on the torch to the next generation of spa and medspa professionals. With courses in everything from facials to laser hair removal, the state-accredited program allows students to master the latest techniques, technology, and tools they'll need to succeed in their future jobs. Under the watchful eye of faculty, well-trained pupils even get to put their skills to the test on actual customers during cutting-edge services, such as electrolysis.