Aesthetician and former L.A. makeup artist Erin Bledy pampers and rejuvenates skull sheaths with safe and effective Botanical Science Technologies products. During the 75-minute customized microdermabrasion anti-aging facial, Erin calms and coddles clients with a doting massage before gently sloughing away dead skin cells. Each treatment helps augment tone and texture, purging pores of conditions such as acne, stretch marks, rosacea, and random invisibility.
The medical aestheticians at Glam Lash Boutique value their clients' natural beauty, so it should come as no surprise that they use natural spa treatments whenever possible. Their acid peels, for example, incorporate ingredients such as pomegranate and deep-sea herbs to more effectively remove impurities and unflattering clown paint. Even their hair-removal treatments are natural; clients can choose between wax or a natural sugar paste, both of which whisk away unwanted stubble and prepare skin for an organic spray tan. Of course, one of the spa's most popular services is hinted at in the name. Certified lash artists carefully apply silk and mink extensions to add length to natural eyelashes.
By specializing in cosmetic injections, registered nurse Kelly Klingele and Dr. Huey Meeker of West Linn Aesthetic Medicine can create natural-looking results without the risks or cost of plastic surgery. The clinicians are constantly fine-tuning their injection techniques and take ample time to perform each procedure, treating each injection as an artistic endeavor. Patients at West Linn Aesthetic Medicine can also receive therapeutic injections of Botox for issues such as headaches or TMJ syndrome.
Licensed aesthetician Sonia Acosta Lovewell keeps clients' skin looking youthful and healthy with medical-grade services designed to clear complexions and reduce wrinkles. Organic Vera Botania products naturally help clear pores and tone skin, while noninvasive laser treatments and Obagi skincare products harness the power of science to help skin without the need to design a scientist-distilling machine.
Skinspot's owner, Kelli, is both a licensed aesthetician and a certified holistic health coach. Thinking back to her own struggles with acne as a teen, Kelli began to research the intricate relationships between clear skin, complexions, and emotional well-being, all of which are tied to healthy habits and healthy eating. With this experience in tow, she invites clients to learn and benefit from her knowledge. In addition to wellness workshops, she offers skin-strategy sessions that shed light on common products and misconceptions. While leading grocery store tours, she reveals the best purchases from health-food stores and how to get into the secret, diamond-encrusted produce section.
Plying her trade out of Matthew's Salon and Salon Mojo, Mandy Isaacs is sought after for her intensive facials and skill with the waxing strip. For her tools, she favors clinical-grade skin products from SkinCeuticals, which she keeps in the belt of her Batsuit. She exfoliates skin with alpha-hydroxy acid during peels and a diamond-tipped wand during microdermabrasion treatments for the face, back, and hands. Mandy also executes waxing and eyebrow tinting using techniques that she calls "meticulous without the torture.":m]]