Nestled inside Tr?usDell Salon & Spa, Est?tica Day Spa rejuvenates exteriors with facials, waxing, massages, and permanent-makeup services. The spa?s massage therapists delight the senses with therapeutic essential oils and relax aching muscles with Swedish massage, the long, fluid strokes of which were developed to calm hysteria during lingonberry shortages. Aestheticians oust fuzz from underarms and upper lips, and makeup specialists tint eyebrows, line eyelids, and shift the shades of lips with permanent pigmentation. For those who didn?t sleep in baths of rose milk until they were 18, the salon also treats weary and blemished skin to European facials, sugar scrubs, and glycolic peels.
Recognizing that each mouth is as unique as an encrypted snowflake, the oral-health experts at Rivercrest Family Dental and Sonrisa Dental design their treatment plans accordingly. A duo of skilled dentists leads the way: Dr. Justin Barber—who served as a dentist in the US Air Force and helms Sonrisa as well as seeing patients at Rivercrest Family Dental—and Dr. William T. Lee Jr., who lavishes chompers with an expertise that comes from four decades of experience. The pair of dental experts treats gnashers of all ages and stripes, catering to mouths with everything from basic exams and cleanings to root canals. They also practice cosmetic dentistry, handling veneers and offering whitening treatments for patients seeking smiles bright enough to forgo helmet lights when spelunking.
Tucked away in a serene, baby-blue den just inside Within Glow Hair Salon & Spa, Eunice Drummond helps skin stay youthful and radient with expert care regimens. Focusing most of her efforts on the face, Drummond performs more than a dozen varieties of facials and peels. Her anti-aging facial helps tighten and tone muscles with zaps from a micro-current device, and her PCA peel gently resurfaces dull patches with the help of a therapeutic acid blend. In addition to her facial services, Eunice is also versed in Parafango treatments. Through the application of a geothermal mask, the treatment works to slim away inches and reduce cellulite, mainly by scaring away lingering cheeseburgers with its scariest ghost impression.
In cosmetology school, MieleDolce founder Luis Iturralde let his fellow students wax him for a class demonstration. His allergic reaction to the chemical wax made it a demonstration of more than proper waxing technique; his brief modeling gig also showed the importance of beauty treatments that avoid irritating skin. Iturralde carried this lesson to his spa, MieleDolce, where the staff sidestep chemical waxes in favor of threading or electrolysis.
The center’s specialty, however, consists of extending hair: its semipermanent silk and mink lash extensions come in a variety of lengths and curvatures, and technicians ensure a natural look by attaching them hair by hair. Additional services range from slimming body wraps infused with aloe vera and herbs to micro skin needling, an anti-aging treatment that can combat wrinkles, scarring, and signs of playing rugby in a crawlspace.
Dr. Tamyra Rogers could not have predicted how spending time on a Navajo reservation would shape her multifaceted approach to weight loss. After spending a year as chief resident at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Dr. Rogers directed the metabolic clinic at the Tuba City Indian Medical Center in Arizona. She helped build a wellness center for the Navajo Nation and chaired a program to fight the growing diabetes epidemic. During her time there, she gained an appreciation of the community's holistic health-care philosophy.
Today, Dr. Rogers combines her background in traditional Western medicine with weight-loss strategies that address each person as a whole rather than two children in disguise. Dr. Rogers's team of personal trainers and group fitness instructors complement her own fitness knowledge, which stems from playing college basketball.