Donna Lussier got into the skincare business 25 years ago to help busy women like herself attain and maintain healthy, radiant complexions. The owner and licensed aesthetician of Belle Images Skincare is especially adamant about countering the physical signs of aging caused by stress, poor diet, sickness, or excessive time travel. She goes above and beyond one-time facials or microdermabrasion treatments to help clients maintain their results by implementing manageable and effective skincare regimens using botanical products enriched with vitamins, essential oils, and hydroxy acids. Donna is also experienced in oncology aesthetics, which address the specific needs of cancer patients.
Licensed aesthetician Lyn Imperi treats her clients to nourishing, soothing services that bring out the youthful, vibrant beauty lying dormant in everyone. Customized facials rejuvenate skin with firming masks, gentle exfoliation treatments, and hydrating under-eye moisturizers, while microdermabrasions build collagen production and reduce fine lines with a crystal wand. To further smooth skin, the staff banishes unwanted follicles from bodies with speedy waxing procedures, a more effective procedure than just waiting for it all to fall out. Backs and muscles get their turn with peaceful aromatherapy massages and back exfoliations.
Although the treatments they perform have evolved with technology, Gooding Skin System's aestheticians maintain the quality level of products and services that has kept them in business for more than 30 years. The staff strives to bring out the best in each customer, whether enhancing complexions with a peel, buffing nails with a manicure, or pulling magic scarves out of bellybuttons. They bolster skincare regimens with products from Murad, SkinCeuticals, Guinot Paris, and Sothys, and can tailor at-home routines for clients hoping to keep their faces glowing after a treatment.
People don’t go to a deli to fight wrinkles, fine lines, and acne outbreaks. But at Youthful Trends, skincare apothecaries mix custom, natural, handmade body butters and beauty products behind a beauty deli. It's this smorgasbord of organic serums and creams that lays claim to the Earthworm Wrinkle Butter, which was praised on The Doctors for its anti-aging blend of green-tea extracts and secrets for fighting off early birds. In addition to tailored blends of fresh fruit and botanicals, aestheticians encourage glowing complexions with LED light, bronze bodies in beds equipped with personal sound systems, and lift moods with vitamin D-enriched lights.
With over 25 years of experience in the beauty industry, owner Lisa Zibella runs Bella Rouge with a perfumed fist, knocking out customer confusion and proudly proffering products in a shabby-chic storefront. Lisa, along with her fellow staffers, assists guests in selecting suitable cosmetic and skincare products from upscale brands including Mario Badescu, Caudalie, Kinerase, Paula Dorf and more. Moisturizers ($22–$150), facial cleansers ($15–$34), mascaras ($19–$24), eye shadows ($18–$24), and foundations ($38–$60) are all available for demonstration and purchase. For ladies who have trouble remembering their truest shade, the boutique keeps a record of previous customer purchases, and, for ladies on the go, the shop offers convenient curbside service.
Rather than false lashes or implants, Simply Lashes' certified stylist, Lori Manny, applies Xtreme Lashes extensions to a single eyelash at a time. Despite being Lori's signature treatment, creating elegant, natural-looking lashes only skims the surface of her available services. A skincare specialist for more than 10 years, she treats epidermises with Dermalogica products during custom facials that can diminish signs of aging or acne. She likewise enriches skin by administering pore-unclogging chemical peels, waxing away unwanted body hair, and applying makeup that ranges from subtle to Blue Man Group impersonator.