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.
A licensed aesthetician and the owner of Coral Cove Spa, Jill Johnston Groneck loves to help her clients feel relaxed and pampered. At her soothing full-service skincare spa, she offers indulgent facials and microdermabrasion treatments, along with chemical peels, facial waxing, scalp treatments, and foot massages. Clients can also visit the spa for reiki sessions, a form of healing energy therapy. Jill has been making spa-goers' skin and auras glow for more than 17 years.
Tucked inside Salonz Beauty Suites, Pure Bliss Hair Colour Studio helps clients boost their visage with single-process color treatments, glazes, and highlights. The stylists bolstered their skills with intense color trainings in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. Also available at the studio are chic haircuts and hair extensions using 100% human hair.
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.
Kamila Leverrier fancied herself an aesthetician before she actually earned her credentials: as a child, she’d dab on her mother’s creams and masks. Today, Leverrier is most interested in corrective skincare and has helped her patients diminish the appearance of acne, sun damage, and rosacea. She uses medical-grade products but works hard to create a soothing environment so that clients can relax while she works. Leverrier also offers permanent makeup and eyelash extensions at her eponymous spa.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Anna Krishtul helms Juno Dermatology, and the practice reflects her interest in noninvasive anti-aging treatments. She and her team minimize fine lines with diamond-tipped microdermabrasion, and smooth deeper wrinkles with artful injections of Botox and Juvéderm. The skin experts can also treat conditions from acne to eczema, and target imperfections such as sun damage and unwanted stubble with laser treatments.