Facials, Waxing, peels! Come relax as you get a one hour facial. stress relief, acne type skin, dry skin, or just to relax.
A facial consists of two cleansings, scrub, extractions, massage, masque, tone and moisturize.
You will leave here feeling revived and refreshed.
Beautifying bodies from tresses to toes, Reflections' talented staff of skin-smoothers and hair-whisperers treats men and women to a full range of skin and scalp services. Beauty-seekers can step into the calming, mauve-hued sanctuary for the deep-cleansing flush of a 50-minute signature facial. Unwind over a cup of complimentary coffee or tea as a friendly aesthetician dissolves dirt and dust from cheeks, chins, and epidermal cellars below. Gentle exfoliation scours away dead cells and a penetrating mask permeates pores, working to resurrect skin with overt vibrancy and a new lease on life. Aromatherapy and essential oils strike a closing herbal harmony between mind, skin, and nose.
At Bellus Academy, students offer discounted services to the public in an onsite salon and spa in order to hone their craft. The space features professional equipment that help students gain experience working with same equipment they will find when they enter a premier spa or salon, mirroring the upscale atmosphere of more costly salons or spas. Working under the close supervision of their instructors, the student-stylists pamper clients with anything from cut and color to deep-tissue massage and pomegranate-enzyme facials. The ever-expanding service menu also features several advanced skincare treatments as well, including microdermabrasion and peels.
Holistic health practitioner Tracey Stolle uses her expertly trained hands to help clients let go of pain and recover after serious injuries. Her specialty in therapeutic massage makes her especially sensitive to pain from chronic injuries or everyday stresses. She can craft 30-, 50-, or 80-minute massages to relieve discomfort using a variety of modalities such as reflexology and deep tissue. When she's not kneading tension away at one of her two locations, Tracey shares her industry knowledge by teaching in MiraCosta College's massage program and slyly turning handshakes into hand-massage sessions.
Lots of massage centers incorporate Asian influences into their treatments, but Palace Herbal Spa was actually founded in Asia in the 1990s. It wasn't until 2008 that co-founders May and Jone brought the spa to the U.S., where they've found success by offering spa treatments with an Eastern sensibility. These treatments range from Chinese acupressure massages to Japanese aroma foot soaks. The spa's massage therapists can also perform traditional Western techniques, such as Swedish and deep-tissue.
Over the past 15 years, Raquel A. Ginter has helped her clients undo the effects of time and sun with her customized skin care treatments. She whips up personalized facials to treat most skin conditions, as well as facials designed to hydrate and heal skin. Hyaluronic acid peels soothe sensitive skin with antioxidants, all while Raquel reduces stress with a face, neck, and shoulder massage. She also treats faces to microdermabrasion treatments and corrective peels as well as reduces skin imperfections with microneedling.