According to Cara Mia's licensed aestheticians, the average woman spends about 15 minutes a day applying makeup. Over the course of a year that totals more than 91 hours—hours that could have been spent on more important activities such as helping the kids with their homework or turning the dishwasher into a clubhouse. Cara Mia's team helps women save that time with its permanent makeup sessions, where pen machines add long-lasting pigments that help create fuller lashes or smudge-proof lip liners.
Cara Mia's other services enrich clients' skin and bodies in equal measure. Massage therapists soothe achy muscles with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone techniques, and waxing gurus remove unwanted hair from the underarms and Brazilian areas. To enliven epidermises, try a deluxe facial, which includes a deep cleaning, exfoliating mask, massage, and moisturizer.
At ReVitalize Care Clinic, staff members rely on medical guidance and cutting-edge technology to perform treatments designed to leave clients' skin looking youthful, radiant, and blemish-free. Medical director Dr. William Johnson and the company's founder and nurse practitioner, Genevieve Dace, supervise the technicians and aestheticians as they perform an array of rejuvenating procedures.
Their cosmetic laser systems help banish unwanted stubble, acne scars, and nail fungus, and they can even improve skin tone by stimulating collagen production. Additionally, they offer wrinkle-reducing Botox injections and sclerotherapy sessions, which minimize the appearance of unsightly varicose veins.