Between the facials she gives at the Pain Relief Centre, aesthetician Abrina Fechter busily researches new skincare tips. One of her latest finds is a list of 10 foods that nourish complexions with vitamins and anti-aging agents. This she already knows well, given that her multistep treatments incorporate organic dark-chocolate masks rich with antioxidants or pineapple tonics that exfoliate while stimulating cellular renewal. She is locating these resources primarily for her clients, hoping her tips for holistic skincare—exercise, reduce stress, keep your face in an air-locked tupperware container when not in use—will catch on. To set clients on the path toward a glowing visage, she bathes dry pores in seaweed-enriched Repêchage tonics and layers on enzyme treatments from Rhonda Allison that obscure signs of aging.
Certified aesthetician Erica Parker treats a variety of skin and body issues inside her eponymous business. Using years of training and experience, she treats visages with microdermabrasion treatments, facial peels, and relaxing facials, which treat acne, signs of aging, and clogged pores. If clients have unwanted facial and body hair, she swiftly removes it with warm wax. Along with the medical director, Erica combines ultrasound, radio frequency, and infrared heat to reduce inches and tighten skin during non-surgical, body contouring treatments with Liposculpt, a painless procedure that requires no downtime.
The body-bronzing specialists at SunDaze Tanning Salon help pelts attain a darkened sheen through both UV and UV-free tanning services. For guests who once dated the sun and miss its warm embrace, 10 Ergoline tanning units—including a Sundash 252 Radius standup booth and a Prestige 1100 bed—shower artificial sunbeams upon exteriors. For a darker contour sans ultraviolet rays, spray-tan technician Megan airbrushes patrons at the studio, at parties, or during house calls—customizing an air-propelled solution to each client's complexion and desired look.