At Simply Skin Esthetics, owner Sue Bell and fellow skincare specialist Jennifer Heath each bring roughly 30 years of experience to every facial and waxing treatment they perform. As guests enter a relaxing studio sprinkled with antique furnishings, the staff encourages them to decompress with fruit-infused water. After appointments, Simply Skin's newly expanded gift boutique catches clients' eyes with Susan Bell Skin Care skincare products and Colorescience mineral makeup, stocked alongside handmade jewelry, soaps, and vintage-inspired aprons. The shop also vends small leather goods, customized gift certificates, and apparel such as Goddesswear, a local favorite of active and loungewear.
Lots of people long for smoother, more radiant skin, but aren't sure how to achieve a healthier complexion. That's where Divine Skin Etc comes in. The spa's aestheticians are experts at skincare, combating issues such as acne, fine lines, and dehydration with custom facials and peels. Clients can also opt for pampering treatments such as soothing eye masks or for body-waxing services that uncover smooth skin from head to toe.
At Pacific Skin Care?an intimate, by-appointment spa?skilled estheticians offer organic services such as acne, anti-aging skin treatments, and facials, which include soothing face, neck, and shoulder massages. To help trim physiques, the staff swaddles bodies in bio-slimming wraps formulated with organic ingredients and essential oils, and also offers full-body pampering in the form of massages and foot reflexology. To remove unwanted hair, they spread pure pine resin and fruit waxes over legs, underarms, and chins, and sooth skin with aromatherapy cooling gels and botanical oils. Visitors can also opt for brow and lash tinting that lasts up to six weeks, and sea-salt body scrubs that make humans unappetizing to polar bears.
Licensed aesthetician Lacy Vincent knows that maintaining the skin is a vital aspect of overall well-being. After attending the Dior School of Cosmetology and the International Dermal Institute, she founded Volto Bella Skin Care. While working toward her nursing degree, she jump-started her professional skincare career. It's a testament to her ultimate vision—to practice clinical methods in a soothing day-spa setting, beautifying and rejuvenating clients while supporting basic health needs. And as a mother, Lacy knows how to care for clients, whether they need a facial peel, leg wax, or bedtime story.
Aesthetician Wendy Smith helms Bare, where she welcomes guests for waxing, skin care, and massage services. In a clean and comfortable environment, she fastidiously removes unwanted hair from areas such as sideburns, legs, or arms. Meanwhile, facials and chemical peels cleanse and soothe visages, as Swedish massages evict stress and anxiety from back muscles.