David Douglas Salon now offers an expanded slate of spa services to keep bodily beauty in fine fettle. The shop’s experienced professionals begin the galvanic facial by cleansing chapped cheeks and degreasing oily areas, before applying a polishing peel that refinishes skin damaged by too many facial expressions. During the galvanic treatment, a conductive gel is applied and gently massaged into the skin with a small device that uses mild electrical currents thought to stimulate circulation, revitalize dull skin, and halt free-radical production. The whole treatment is topped off and skin soothed with smoothing serum, moisturizing applications, and a mud masque. These treatments help remove impurities, diminish the appearance of fine lines, and aid defenseless faces in fending off pie strikes.
Provo native Dr. Richard Stone has been practicing dermatology in the Beehive State for more than three decades, treating skincare concerns, both medical and aesthetic. He and his team combat acne, eczema, and psoriasis and screen for cancer during regular checkups. The team members employ Fraxel lasers to zap wrinkles and promote cell renewal and remove body hair with Alma lasers. Beauty injections plump up thinned features or smooth out fine lines across the forehead or around the eyes or mouth.
Salon K's hair experts exclusively employ Bumble and bumble products to instill trendy styles in shaggy scalphangers. With today's deal, customers can take their pick of the salon's haircare services. The basic women's haircut serves as a logical launching pad for attaining a whole universe of tress updates (starting at $30), and a deep conditioning treatment ably injects fresh styles into style-less strands (starting at $20). Accessorize your Christmas party costume with an elegant updo (starting at $35) or let a single process hair color wash your locks in lovely new shades (starting at $57). If you'd rather bypass the decision-making process, choose the men's cut option when today's Groupon becomes your property.
Highly trained mane charmer Whitney Phillips molds tresses into eye-catching coifs with products from Paul Mitchell and The Color. During a 45-minute cut and conditioning treatment, Whitney refashions head threads, infuses hair with silky conditioner, and meticulously glues together split ends, leaving clients with smooth, shiny locks of keratin. The three-hour highlight and style accentuates scalp canopies with strategically placed streaks of brilliant color, showcasing the best qualities of any new haircut. Though today's deal covers the cost of a half-head's worth of highlights, customers may upgrade to a full head treatment for an additional $55 or a bag of magic beans and an expertly crafted tale.