Before Bessy Lim had her first facial, her life was a succession of stressful, 12-hour shifts. Her first spa experience awakened a latent desire: she wanted to help others find the relaxation she had forgone for so long. With that, she left her stressful career, earned a number of spa certifications, traveled abroad to learn the various therapeutic techniques and ways to pronounce "microdermabrasion" of spas overseas, and finally opened Agua De Vida. There, a corps of certified and licensed massage therapists team up with the spa specialist to mend tense muscles with massage, swaddle bodies in wraps, purify pores with facials, and primp hands and feet with nail services.
Licensed aesthetician Juana Martinez buffs careworn visages with 60-minute private microdermabrasion treatments at Stewart Medical Group. During each treatment, Martinez gently sands epidermises with a minimally abrasive instrument that removes the thick, uneven layer of outer skin, minimizing light scars and uneven pigment caused by sun damage and semi-permanent clown makeup. The treatment also helps collagen levels to find renewed vigor, leading to smooth, even, and younger-looking complexions. Anesthetic is not used during this noninvasive procedure, as most patients report little discomfort and require no downtime.
A meditation room, fresh fruit, and warm teas help clients find peace at Organic Zen Spa while they enjoy therapeutic services from massage therapists and aestheticians. During lavish spa facials, aestheticians determine skin's exact needs with an analysis and then ease spirits with an upper-body massage. Using Eminence Organic skincare products, facials incorporate natural ingredients such as yam and pumpkin enzymes to replenish vitamins and essential nutrients. Clients can elongate eyelashes with silk or mink extensions in more than 600 combinations of curl, length, color, and language proficiencies. Waxing and threading services shape and remove body hair.
After treatments, customers can glide to enlightenment in the on-site meditation room, snack on tea and fresh fruit, or peruse luxury skin and body products made for spa-goers intent on smuggling serenity home.
La Belle Laser & Plastic Surgery Center has been keeping up with the latest cosmetic-laser equipment since 1996. Today, the center is led by board-certified physician Tin L. Yung, MD, and board-certified plastic surgeon Eric Hu, MD, and has expanded its menu of services to include breast augmentations, plastic surgery, and beauty injections alongside its wide array of laser treatments for unwanted tattoos, scars, wrinkles, Kool-Aid stains, and body hair.
The experts at May Anne Spa & Makeup Studio arm themselves with natural and organic products, including the G.M. Collin skincare line, to give clients a healthy-looking visage. Each of the facials aims to tackle a dermal problem, from acne to excess oil to patches of dry skin. The staff also uses a diamond-tipped microdermabrasion wand to help reduce fine lines, brighten aging skin, and loosen dead skin cells that have overstayed their welcome.
Helmed by the accomplished Dr. Vu, the staff at LaserPro Cosmetic helps clients maintain youthful appearances through a variety of noninvasive and surgical procedures. After a confidential consultation, Dr. Vu and her team of skilled specialists come up with a treatment plan that takes a minimalist approach and, at most, involves procedures done under local anesthesia. They offer a comprehensive list of skin-tightening and rejuvenation treatments, also combatting issues such as acne scarring or stretch marks with an array of lasers. In addition, physicians use Botox or Juvéderm to target unwanted wrinkles on the brow, mouth, or eyes. Dr. Vu also offers free informative seminars on the procedures she offers and why store mannequins never seem to age.