Aesthetician Debra L. Andresen built a loyal client base at a locally esteemed day spa before striking out on her own to found DermAllure. Andresen revives faces with skincare services ranging from basic facials to a 24-karat-gold facials, which involve masking the face in particles of precious metal that block free radicals but attract tomb raiders. The aesthetician can also enhance the natural beauty of eyes, eyebrows, and lips with subtle colors from SofTap permanent cosmetics.
Wielding eco-friendly and organic beauty products, stylists at Salon Blue aim to flatter clients' faces in healthy, realistic ways with well-shaped brows and grooming waxes. Facial waxing cleans up unwanted fuzz on the lip or chin ($12) and tidy the hairline ($15) below ears and along the neck in 10–30 minutes. Eyebrow waxes ($14) both trim and shape eye arches until they can subtly convey disdain, elation, or a warning that your date's toupee is on crooked.
Back In Balance Healing Arts uses gentle touch and high-tech lasers to subdue muscular tension and soothe back pain. The firm but yielding pressure of Swedish, deep-tissue, or sports massage helps break up the knots and pressure points that ignite lower back pain. For a more modern approach, the center uses deep tissue laser therapy help to calm inflammation through super-focused beams of light.
The experienced massage therapists at Whole Body Benefits seek to soothe aches and dissipate stress with massages that combine relaxation and wellness. Modalities include Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology, and raindrop therapy, which seeks to combat illness with nine organic oils.
Simplicity Salon and Day Spa is located in Venice, FL, a tropical community on the Gulf of Mexico. Conveniently located in Bird Bay Plaza on Us 41 Bypass, Simplicity is geared towards the working professional, young and hip as well as the retired person. From the modern sleek styling to the warm, stress easing ambience, Sim
AMskincare skin spa focuses relentlessly on beautifying the face. In addition to three types of facials, they can address a wide variety of skin concerns through chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and nonsurgical facelifts. The team also can care for the muscles underneath skin during massage treatments. By using oil to facilitate smooth strokes, they perform trigger-point therapy in a room lit the same way Yankee Stadium was lit in the 19th century: with candles.