The Spa at Stonecrest integrates state-of-the-art medical spa services with conventional and alternative treatments for a holistic approach to body-and-mind wellness. A 60-minute Swedish massage assuages the wintry discontent of tense muscles and minds, utilizing long strokes, soft-tissue manipulation, and light-to-medium pressure to open the circulatory passages ($75). Spa-goers who opt for the blueberry smoothie facial are in for 50 minutes of sweet-smelling aesthetic and synesthetic rejuvenation thanks to the sacrifice of nature's most soulful fruit ($75). A refreshing scrub with active blueberry extracts and a light chemical peel exfoliate the skin, restoring a youthful glow to sun-damaged, dull, or acne-plagued skin. Both options include a spa mani-pedi ($55) in which Stonecrest's talented technicians shape and polish nails, care for cuticles, and massage hands, feet, and lower legs. The pedicure portion also includes a moisturizing foot soak, callous treatment, and an exfoliation and confidence-boosting pep talk for the feet and lower legs.
Antistress body wraps. Strip-free waxing. Bridal makeup. Acne-fighting facials. Microdermabrasion. The staff at The Spa Lady maintains an extensive roster of services so that no potential client’s needs go unaddressed. All spa services take place amid The Spa Lady’s soothing environment, further easing guests into relaxation.
Located in the Marriott Evergreen, a resort described by an NBC Channel 11 reporter as "like being in another world," The Spa at Evergreen celebrates 10 years of transporting guests to another dimension of relaxation with pampering massage, skin, and nail services. The décor of each of the in-hotel spa’s treatment rooms is inspired by an element to add an air of ritual to massages, facials, and body wraps. In the earth room, dark tones and the soothing scent of sandalwood and teak form a stark contrast to the lavender-colored, citrus-scented wind room, where aestheticians perform facials with Dermalogica products. In the water room, a rain shower in the ceiling rinses mud and seaweed from bodies after exfoliating body treatments or slimming wraps. Flickering candles warm the final treatment space, aptly named the fire room, where soothing massages atop heated treatment tables melt muscles like caramel snowmen.
The original spas were relaxing places for European nobility. The Spa at West Park Court seeks to recapture that luxury with a range of European treatments in gently lit rooms full of flowers and art. Those treatments incorporate European products, including some from Jansseen Cosmetics, a brand that combines aesthetics with advanced pharmaceutical research to beautify skin. There are hard and soft waxes for different kinds of waxing, and a range of makeup, all of which help patrons work towards beauty goals while relaxing like Old World royalty.
The licensed massage therapists at Refresh and Restore have worked their therapeutic magic on triathletes and Olympians, but their primary focus is on everyday people suffering from chronic tension. Knotted muscles slacken under flowing Swedish strokes and indulgent add-ons such as hot stones and essential oils. Guests can also solicit a massage therapist for a specialty couples massage, ideal for married couples on an anniversary or superheroes and villains seeking to let bygones by bygones.
Natural Pure Skincare Spa owner Izabella has almost three decades of professional skincare under her belt. Because of this, the aesthetician knows surefire ways to combat acne, hyperpigmentation, and signs of aging. She also de-stresses her clients with massages, evicts unwanted hairs with waxing services, and shapes brows with eyebrow threading, which is much less painful than boosting your beauty with shredded-money hair extensions.