The skincare specialists at each independently owned and operated Facelogic Spa follow the same mantra: to bring out the best in each client. To do this, the technicians work through a brief questionnaire and skin analysis to determine which of the menu’s 10-plus facials best suit each client's skin. Signature facials rely on Facelogic’s own Signature skincare line, which uses botanical-based formulas and advanced cosmetic and pharmaceutical combinations to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize. The Elite facial covers skin with products from brands such as Peter Thomas Roth, Éminence, and Image Skincare. All facials include an arm-and-shoulder massage, and can be enhanced with a range of add-ons, including chemical peels and sonnets composed by the aesthetician.
When clients arrive in Spa Zara's waiting room, the sophisticated artwork and living-room-style decor puts them at ease. But the organic Hungarian body- and skincare products are what bring them back; combined with body scrubs, the products, chock-full of fruit extracts and collagen serums, elevate services to a blissful level. After exchanging hazmat suits for Spa Zara's robes and slippers, patrons indulge with facials, skin treatments, and massages all customized to their particular concerns. The spa designates the Relaxation Room for pre- and posttreatment sips of complimentary fresh juices, organic tea, and coffee from china cups.
Owner Anjana Malesha drew on her Indian heritage to name Ayom Day Spa and Salon, combining the first two letters of the country's ancient medical system, Ayurveda, with om, the symbol of peace.
To reflect these values at the full-service, unisex salon, Malesha and her team imbue beauty services with organic ingredients and fresh fruit, and massages deploy Ayurvedic techniques, such as the Shirodhara treatment, which rhythmically applies warm herbal oil to the forehead and scalp for increased brain circulation. Facial-hair threading, another Indian art, shapes brows to ensure overextended threads don't latch onto sunglasses. Aromatherapy wafts throughout the pumpkin-colored chambers, where candlelight flickers over bamboo screens and copper pedicure bowls to illuminate a stone Buddha.
Elements Therapeutic Massage - West Windsor, NJ fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, reflexology, and Swedish massage to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
As the name implies, OM Central Jersey Massage & Yoga pairs massage therapy with yoga classes. The combination works to relieve pain associated with arthritis, sciatica, shoulder injuries, and knee or hip replacements. The studio's massage therapists employ numerous modalities, such as Swedish and myofascial release, and incorporate aromatherapy for added relaxation. Yoga instructors draw from several styles as well. Anusara and Iyengar yoga both focus on correcting one?s alignment during poses, whereas Kundalini yoga teaches breathing exercises and chants that help alleviate emotional and physical suffering.
Meideeyuan Beauty Spa's services may be relaxing, but they also get results. Using scientifically developed G.M. Collin skincare products that contain only active ingredients that have bee proven to work, aestheticians perform a variety of facials designed to hydrate the skin and stave off signs of aging. They also offer six different massage styles, such as flexibility-boosting sports massages and mind-centering aromatherapy massages, along with waxing and permanent-makeup services.