Inside of A Touch of Inspiration Wellness, Inc, licensed therapists use imported products and diverse massage skills to placate the weary cries of both body and mind. Sports, trigger-point, and Swedish massages all eradicate muscle tension and soreness with targeted strokes. Similarly, body wraps coat surfaces in rich, aromatic oils designed to clear away toxins and transport the mind to a deserted beach populated by butterflies and infinity popsicles. Exclusively for established clients and spa parties, the staff also offers mobile massage sessions complete with soothing water fountains and scented candles for an authentic spa-like experience.
At Elite Aesthetics—the aesthetics division of Astar Medical Group—physicians use the cutting-edge Vectra 3-D imaging system to capture pictures of potential cosmetic-surgery candidates. The system then creates a visual prediction of what faces and bodies will look like after surgery and what those renovated parts would look while doing the Macarena. The six staff aestheticians further the office's anti-aging efforts by providing skincare services such as chemical peels and laser treatments that resurface skin, foil spider veins, or remove hair.
At Chase Evans Salon and Spa, the team of stylists and aestheticians is under no illusions about what it takes to create an excellent client experience. “Constant commitment,” the owner insists, is what drives each staff member to go above and beyond the call, from the way they listen to clients during complimentary consultations, to the ceremonial backflip with which they conclude each successful blowout. In between, hair stylists––each boasting more than 20 years of experience––craft custom cuts and colors with European products, helping heads adopt a look as vibrant as the chandeliers that flank the front of the salon.
Removed from the bustle of the salon, aestheticians conduct their tranquil services inside a soundproofed treatment room. Massage therapist Milena Barbic—who’s been with the salon since its opening—eases muscle tension with traditional and hot-stone modalities as quiet music calms clients and gently sings stress to sleep.
The doctors at Pascual MD have a comprehensive approach to each treatment they provide, whether clients seek cosmetic surgery, medical weight-loss supervision, or classic skincare services. They also equip their office with delicate lasers capable of softening wrinkles, ousting unwanted hair, and drawing old-timey mustaches on hamburger buns.
Massage World Spa is dedicated to providing spa services that care for the body and calm the mind. Rejuvenate a disheveled dermis with the 60-minute deluxe facial, which includes a complete skin analysis, an exfoliation treatment, extractions, a pore-cleansing mask and moisturizer, and a soothing shoulder and neck massage. Customers without faces can opt to experience one of three massages—the hot-stone treatment, which eases tension with cold or heated river stones thoroughly slathered with oil; the deep-tissue massage, which frees lower-level muscles and tissues with stress-releasing squeezes; or the Swedish massage, a classic procedure that uses five trademark stroke styles and a smidgen of snow from the Secret Alps. Round out your facial or massage with a 15-minute session in the spa's six-person Jacuzzi tub.
Institute of Health Services's experienced technicians harness the power of high-powered light beams to clear up unsightly skin botherations, including unwanted hair, spider veins, wrinkles, and acne. The pulsed light of photofacial treatments works to tighten up enlarged pores and wrinkles, as well as ease away redness. MicroLaser peels slough off dead skin cells on the face with the hopes of diminishing the evidence of scars, pigmentation, fine lines, and face-painted reminders to pay utility bills left by roommates.