The eponymous Monique of Monique's Skin Care Center has 30 years of experience in the beauty and health industry. She draws upon her hard-earned knowledge to lead a staff that offers a variety of skincare services such as facial treatments, waxing, and body wraps.
Zen Spa's massage therapists blend Eastern and Western muscle-manipulation techniques to grant inner peace and outer relaxation. During a 45-minute custom massage, body dough gets a full-scale kneading with strokes chosen from a list of stimulating styles. Send stressors skedaddling with gentle Swedish motions, unknot sinewy sheepshanks with penetrating deep-tissue pressure, or elect for acupressure to stop bodily energies from short-circuiting. All massages are accompanied by a revitalizing aromatherapy treatment with essential oils. Zen Spa's tissue tenderizers also patch up feet with invigorating 30-minute tootsie treatments, replenishing depleted hopping reservoirs to help you reach the last power mushroom during live-action Super Mario Bros. reenactments.
With the help of board-certified plastic surgeon Robert Kearney MD, FACS, All About Me Medical Day Spa offers an exhaustive list of body-bettering services, including skin care, aesthetic treatments, massage, and acupuncture. Needle-phobic face-saggers can invest in the epicuren facial ($120 for an hour), a seven-step process designed to snap stretched-out skin back into place and give it all the vigor of fresh laundry hung on Swiss telephone poles. The chronically fuzzy can mend matters with waxing services from eyebrow ($20) to lip ($15) to bikini ($35). Stress-ridden soul vessels can relax with a Swedish massage ($75 for 60 minutes) or stone therapy ($120 for 90 minutes). For acupuncture, try acupuncture. All About Me has sessions created specifically to help stop smoking habits ($60). According to the spa, two back-to-back treatments can help to reduce side effects from not puffing. Visit the website to view a comprehensive list of services.
Led by medical director Dr. Ariel Cortes, owner and founder Gita Izadi and the rest of the medical team at Neu Look Med Spa & Skin Center help people feel youthful and confident. Izadi opened the business in 2003 with that very goal in mind, drawing upon her more than 25 years of experience as a registered nurse. She started out with clinical services—ranging from Botox to advanced laser procedures—before adding an array of relaxing spa treatments to the lineup in 2009. Now, patients can schedule a fractional CO2 laser skin-resurfacing procedure to combat signs of aging and follow it up with a fragrant pumpkin-apple-spice facial or a soothing body scrub with mineral-rich sea salt.
The waiting area welcomes guests with a soft, pale-blue sofa next to an iridescent wall flanked by twin waterfalls. Patrons nosh on complimentary refreshments as they enjoy fragrant aromatherapy, while a centerpiece of elegant, white orchids provides a tasty snack for any visiting toucans.
The staff of JenniferAnn Spa & Wellness Center have devised a holistic service menu that aims to address physical, emotional, and spiritual woes. This mission is most prevalent in the selection of massages—in this single menu, one may find craniosacral treatments that calm the nervous system and spiritual healing sessions that guide the soul alongside classic Swedish and deep-tissue massages.
Natural therapies and assorted vowels sprout up throughout the menu as well, including pumpkin and sugar cane peels that estheticians use to harvest fresh complexions. In the salon, stylists straighten unruly texture with natural keratin treatments or build curl with organic perms.
Lots of massage centers incorporate Asian influences into their treatments, but Palace Herbal Spa was actually founded in Asia in the 1990s. It wasn't until 2008 that co-founders May and Jone brought the spa to the U.S., where they've found success by offering spa treatments with an Eastern sensibility. These treatments range from Chinese acupressure massages to Japanese aroma foot soaks. The spa's massage therapists can also perform traditional Western techniques, such as Swedish and deep-tissue.
Dr. Chantal Russell stays true to Pure Spa & Chiropractic’s name by taking a natural approach to health and wellness. With her own two hands, Dr. Russell performs chiropractic adjustments, myofascial-release sessions, and shadow-puppet shows to demonstrate ergonomically sound keyboarding techniques. Her dedication to personalized care for her patients transcends Pure’s chiropractic branch, influencing the trained aestheticians that helm the facility's waxing, facial, and massage services.