The beauty experts at Herbal Wellness Skin Care & Laser Services make bodies look their best using a medley of natural and high-tech treatments. Not only do they cleanse pores using organic skincare products and soothe soles with the Eastern art of reflexology, but they also zap unwanted body hair with LightSheer lasers and slim physiques with ultrasonic energy. Their broad offering of services also includes photo facials and LED light therapy, which many find helps improve hyperpigmentation, scarring, and the ambiance of gloomy meeting rooms.
Sparkle Beauty Bar houses a drove of skilled, independent stylists who specialize in coiffure reconstruction, hostile-hair removal, and cuticle-calming services. Ladies can opt for a haircut that artfully crafts forehead drapery to frame their unique facial features ($40) or bedazzle their digits with an express manicure that includes cuticle coddling, a hand and arm massage, and nail polishing ($20). Whisk away bothersome back fuzz before it gets caught in low-flying plane propellers with a back and shoulder wax ($30+), or hydrate a famished façade with a moisturizing express facial, suitable for men, women, fun uncles, and funcles ($35). Click here to view Sparkle's full list of salon services and prices, which may vary slightly by stylist.
While protecting the beauty of their clients, Spa Willamina also protects their skin and the environment by using pure, plant-based, natural products. Willow Light, the owner, puts her 20 years of healing experience to work in the spa, which features towering plants, an exposed-brick fireplace, and hardwood floors that can be pried up and thrown into the fireplace if necessary. Willow?s staff is a small army of aestheticians and massage therapists who have skills as diverse as certified diet counseling and herbalism. Inside various tranquil spaces?including a shower room, foot-soaking room, and nap room?they work to exfoliate body surfaces, knead out tension, and remove unwanted hair with soft strip and Cirepil Blue hard wax.
Licensed aesthetician Dana Quinn can be found at Bonne Vivante Beauty Lounge seven days a week, where she applies facials, paints nails, and waxes unwanted fuzz. Her flexible scheduling is one way she shows her clients hospitality; her complimentary glasses of champagne, coffee, or fruit-infused water, which guests sip while surfing with WiFi in plush green and orange velour armchairs, are another. When it's time for their services, clients slip into a bright blue treatment room, where they enjoy an unusual level of privacy.
After their treatments, visitors can show off their new looks by mingling on the terrace of the revamped motel that the lounge occupies. Along with law offices, creative firms, and massage therapists, Dana's lounge brings new purpose to this retro office park, whose Googie-style sign harkens back to the Atomic Age, when people believed that objects were made from tiny particles called "atoms.