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Donna Scott has been to the Oscars. Though she's not a thespian, the longtime medical aesthetician and certified laser skincare expert transported her handpicked products and know-how to the Academy Awards earlier this year, setting up shop at the Donna Scott Celebrity Spa Lounge. Scott, the recipient of InStyle magazine's Beauty Black Book distinction for the best facials in Philadelphia, delivers results by grounding her treatments in science. Where Philadelphia specifically lauds her glycolic peel with vitamin C, noting that it yields "remarkably brighter skin" by lifting away superficial cells. Scott has performed this and other rejuvenating treatments for celebrities at New York Fashion Week and the MTV Movie Awards, but she spends most of her time enhancing the natural beauty of everyday people, such as working moms who have reared spelling-bee champions. By customizing a suite of products for each individual, she treats and assuages skin issues such as rosacea, acne, and hyperpigmentation.
201 S Camac St
Philadelphia,
PA
US
Lauded live on Dr. Oz for reducing inflammation and helping patients manage pain, Cryotek's Cryosauna envelopes clients in an open-top standup booth that surrounds the body with temperatures up -250 degrees Fahrenheit. Cryotek's researchers believe this exposure to cold—known as cryotherapy—during two- to three-minute sessions delivers many positive effects, including aiding clients with weight loss, cellulite reduction, and injury recovery. They also claim the Cryosauna supports other areas of physiological and even psychological health including reducing inflammation from arthritis, soothing irritation from psoriasis, reducing stress, and restoring libido. An FAQ page addresses queries ranging from what the treatment feels like to how it differs from kissing a snowman.
325 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia,
PA
US
Licensed massage therapist Erica Johnson makes her viewpoint clear in the name of her practice: Massage Is The Remedy. The somewhat vague and overarching nature of this statement hints at Johnson’s ability to heal a wide array of pains and injuries with her focused bodywork techniques. Guided by the gentle strokes of her Swedish massage or the firm pressures of her deep-tissue massage, sore muscles and overworked minds take a healing vacation from their daily duties. The nationally certified therapist also plies muscles with specialty modalities such as trigger-point therapy, in which she applies focused pressure to tender areas, and sports therapy, in which she swings a heated baseball bat at knots of tension.
933 E Sharpnack
Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania
US
At Le Reve Medical Spa, Sophia Brodsky and her fellow aestheticians employ environmentally friendly products in order to improve clients? outward appearances without compromising their health. The studio surrounds guests with a warm, sandy color scheme with decorative lighting and exposed brick, providing a calming environment where daily cares can be laid to rest. As visitors unwind, Le Reve?s team members tend to them with spa services for both outer beauty and inner wellness, from med-spa treatments and electrolysis to couples massage and chiropractic care. Aestheticians also operate a mobile spa service, bringing therapies directly to clients at their workplaces, hotels, or favorite dimly lit alleys.
255 S 17th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US
After Emile Bouari lost 40 pounds, he was inspired to found Bouari Clinic and help others achieve the same results. Today, the clinic's several locations have assisted over 30,000 people in achieving their weight-loss goals with FDA-registered supplements and prescriptions. Bouari, along with a coalition of medical directors who oversee individual clinics, lends a supportive helping hand to clients without resorting to intense exercise regimes or fad diets consisting of celery-scented mist.
9179 East Roosevelt Boulevard
Philadelphia,
PA
US
More than 25 years ago, Dr. Richard Dittrich began his medical career as an OB/GYN. Having established long-term relationships with many of his patients, Dr. Dittrich found more and more of them asking similar questions, often unrelated to OB/GYN issues. How can I look better? How can I feel better? How can I find Waldo? Eventually, he felt compelled to open Professional Aesthetics and Wellness Center (PAWC). PAWC's philosophy soon took shape; how a person looks is intrinsically tied to their overall wellness. With this as a starting point, a selection of medical services and cosmetic therapies also began to take shape. Today, PAWC's team of medical professional performs everything from beauty injections and fillers to Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapies and medically supervised weight-loss programs.
1315 Wolf St
Philadelphia,
PA
US
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