I Zen Spa smoothes skin and vivifies visages with its wide range of therapeutic treatments, including noninvasive facial masks and nonsurgical facelifts. The one-hour Liftosome mask treatment starts with a gentle facial cleansing followed by an application of Pro Collagen Concentrate to promotes elasticity in skin with office-supply aspirations. Faces then gets swaddled in a Thermolift mask that combines the skin-elastifying effects of collagen with soothing heat to improve skin firmness.
Skincare specialist Barbara Ann endeavors to strike a balance between treatments that target the skin’s surface and those that penetrate more deeply with microcurrent and cold-laser-light technologies. The eponymous owner of Skin Wellness by Barbara Ann has more than 35 years of experience performing facial and body treatments on men, women, teens, and rehabilitated crash-test dummies. Each service can be tailored to fit into busy schedules with treatment times ranging from 15–90 minutes. Barbara Ann also readies brides-to-be for their big day with wedding packages of contouring body wraps, waxing, makeup applications, and last-minute vow edits.
Vibha is Sanskrit words that means illuminate ––a fitting term for a center whose sole purpose is to rejuvenate faces and bodies. At Vibha Life, staff members are committed to using nonsurgical and natural treatments with minimal side-effects, employing FDA-approved microcurrent devices to tighten skin and reduce the appearance of cellulite, ward off signs of aging and stretch marks, and sculpt physiques.
Drawing on experience as a makeup artist for a modeling agency, aesthetician Meg Hume transfers the glossy look of a magazine photo shoot onto three-dimensional faces. Wielding the Stream Airbrush system, Meg crop-dusts visages, chasing away blights and blemishes with makeup chock full of moisturizing minerals that feels lighter than traditional makeup, which is generally made from cement and rose petals.
Five pain-reducing, stress-relieving massage techniques are offered with today's deal, each specifically aimed at different problems or pains and administered in a private room with mellow lighting and mellower music. The Swedish massage is a light-pressure treatment that uses long, flowing muscle strokes to soothe tension, relieve stress, and bring tranquility to body and mind. For muscle pain, joint aches, and general stiffness, the deep-tissue massage offers ample relief by stimulating muscles and encouraging blood circulation. A sports massage targets the stress that repetitive motions place on joints, ligaments, and tendons, helping reduce injury and swelling. If you've recently strained your latissimus dorsi while heroically flagging down a cab for a professional baseball player, opt for a trigger-point massage, which targets knots and aches. Expectant mothers or women who are pregnant can relieve discomfort and stress with a prenatal massage, which helps keep both mother and baby healthy.
After working as a massage therapist in various chiropractic offices and spas, owner Maureen Queau fulfilled her dream when she opened up Circle Sage Healing and Massage Center in 2006. All told, she’s now practiced her therapeutic craft for almost 20 years. Joined by a team of eight other massage therapists, Maureen can either field a pro baseball team or unite massage, alternative medicine, and pampering body treatments to take care of clients. On top of the six types of massage they dole out daily, the staffers administer reiki, reflexology, and ionic-footbath sessions. Circle Sage recommends that clients arrive 15 minutes early for appointments so that they