Skin Care By Sharlyn Dado 25 years in the Skin Care Industry European Customized Facials for today's times, Full Face and Body Waxing, "Gentle Hair Removal" including, Brazilian Wax, Mineral Makeup, Sea Weed Body Wrap, Salt Glows. Nicely decorated, Clean, Professional, Private and Quiet Sanctuary.
Serendipity Salon’s staff welcomes clients into a relaxing environment with complimentary tea and snacks. Stylists use sulfate-free Enjoy Professional Hair Care products that are safe for use on color-treated hair, and aestheticians use Caniglia MD Skincare products for facials and body treatments. Deep-tissue and hot-stone massages allow therapists to relax muscles within the confines of a warm, dimly lit private treatment room filled with soft music and the trickling of a nearby fountain. The salon’s team of nail technicians uses OPI and Essie nail polishes and Spa Blends products, which contain shea butter, vitamins, and plant extracts. They also carry hand-poured candles by Archipelago Botanicals, which combine essential oils with waxes and lead-free wicks and come in a variety of earthy colors, scents, and sizes. The largest candle is 4”x10” and burns up to 200 hours, or roughly the length of a Hollywood marriage.
Tracy Bixby, the certified health and wellness coach behind Wild Blossom Wellness, isn't interested in weight-loss gimmicks or exercise fads. Instead, she works with clients to develop training plans that allow them to take control of their lives, both mentally and physically. As a CHEK trainer, Bixby focuses on corrective exercise and takes a holistic approach to fitness that considers the client's body as a whole. This approach helps clients become physically fit so that their bodies function at optimum levels, helping improve health conditions and issues such as back pain, weight gain, chronic stress, and osteoporosis. All clients begin their work at Wild Blossom with assessments of their current physical, emotional, and mental conditions. Bixby then designs custom programs that address their wellness goals and the underlying causes of their specific dysfunctions.
Amid the bustling streets of Santa Rosa sits Passions for Hair & Spa, its staff of stylists busily evicting the stresses of bustling life from clients' scalps, feet, and hands with practiced techniques and therapeutic product lines. During hair and scalp treatments bolstered by botanical-infused Aquage Biomega serums and Kenra and Schwarzkopf hair products, stylists update manes and brighten the color of tresses dulled by sun damage and heat with demi-permanents, semi-permanents, or color glosses, leaving noggins as dazzling as a diamond-encrusted street magician. Skilled nail techs ensure hands, legs, and feet receive their fair share of coddling with soothing massages, exfoliating scrubs, and vibrant coats of nail polish from Gelish, OPI, and China Glaze. Massage therapists also knead knotted muscles, and aestheticians wax unwanted hair and perform relaxing facials.
The Best Day Spa soothes customers with myriad treatments, but its specialty is the massage. Therapists tickle spines with a dozen traditional massage modalities, ranging from hot-stone and sports massages to couples massage and their signature Best Day massage, which combines techniques from different modalities with aromatherapy to lull the senses into a state of NASA-approved bliss. They also perform five types of Thai massage, including Thai herbal massage and the Thai and Swedish combo massage.
When not taming backs beleaguered by muscles knotted into the shape of 19th-century presidents, the specialists at The Best Day Spa invigorate visitors with body treatments. They apply scrubs and European mud wraps, as well as perform facials, waxing, nail treatments, and foot reflexology. The staff employs products from companies such as Young Living, iLike Organic Skin Care, and Glo Therapeutics.