Face & Skin Care in Santa Rosa

One or Two Massages and Optional Chiropractic Adjustments at Santa Rosa Chiropractic Associates (Up to 80% Off)

Santa Rosa Chiropractic Associates

Memorial Hospital Neighborhood

$125 $29

Chiropractor massages tired, achy muscles and can also perform adjustments

One or Three Brazilian Waxes or One or Two Manzillian Waxes at Touch Face & Body Studio (Up to 65% Off)

Touch Face & Body Studio

Santa Rosa

$65 $32

Waxing sessions take up to 40 minutes as aestheticians remove unwanted hair from the bikini area

One or Three Heated Airbrush-Tanning Sessions at Soleil Beauty Bar (Up to 53% Off)

Soleil Beauty Bar

Santa Rosa

$45 $22

Heated airbrushes spray skin evenly with natural bronze hues that last for up to eight days

One or Three Microdermabrasion Treatments at FountainGrove Med Spa (Up to 50% Off)

FountainGrove Med Spa

Santa Rosa

$99 $59

Aestheticians use tiny crystals to exfoliate the skin’s surface to reveal brighter, firmer, and more youthful skin

One, Two, or Three Custom Facial Peels at Bright Skin Care (Up to 52% Off)

Bright Skin Care

Santa Rosa

$90 $45

30-minute peels treat all skin types, with options such as the Wrinkle Lift peel for aging skin and the Lightening Lift to treat sun spots

One, Three, or Five Microdermabrasions and Glycolic Chemical Peels at Luminous SkinCare (Up to 58% Off)

Luminous SkinCare

Junior College Neighborhood Association

$140 $59

Licensed aesthetician and spa owner Rachael Wyatt cleanses and restores skin with exfoliating microdermabrasions and chemical peels

70-Minute or 45-Minute Micropeel at Seasons of Skin (Up to 55% Off)

Seasons of Skin

Santa Rosa

$145 $65


Micropeels combine microdermabrasion with glycolic acid and ultrasonic energy to slough off dead skin, boost collagen, and fade fine lines

$599 for Six Zerona Laser Body-Sculpting Treatments at Calistoga Massage & Chiropractic Center ($2,400 Value)

Calistoga Massage & Chiropractic Center

Santa Rosa

$2,400 $599

A noninvasive, FDA-approved laser helps slim inches from areas such as the waistline, hips, and thighs with little to no downtime

$10 for $20 Worth of Ethical Skincare, Makeup, Hair, and Body Products at The Body Shop

The Body Shop

Santa Rosa Plaza

$20 $10

Bath and body products, skincare, cruelty free make-up and more made with ingredients from 25 international community fair-trade suppliers

Full Set of Standard, Faux Mink, or Siberian Mink Eyelash Extensions at Lash Out (50% Off)

Lash Out

Santa Rosa

$230 $115

Standard, faux mink, or 100% cruelty-free Siberian mink extensions add length and volume to natural lashes

Eyelash Extensions with Option for One or Three Fills at Platinum Salon & Beauty Boutique (Up to 70% Off)

Platinum Salon & Beauty Boutique (Parent)

North Junior College

$175 $69

Wind down with coffee or tea before elongating and volumizing your eyelashes with individually applied extensions

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In the words of owner-practitioner Shastl, Bright Skin Care is a place "where spirit meets beauty." She works toward this goal with a variety of therapies, including both holistic skincare treatments and energy healing. Whether she's administering an acid-based peel or guiding a personalized meditation session, Shastl's treatments are performed with warmth and compassion?not to mention name-brand products?to get clients feeling their best.

1116 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa,

For a perpetually beautified pair of brows, lips, or eyes, or even for a brand-new beauty mark, clients visit Permanent Cosmetics by Missy. Years of experience and formal training, along with trusty equipment and a natural knack for the art form, have made Missy the favorite artist of many permanent-makeup-seekers.

2323 4th Street
Santa Rosa,

Chrystal Lemos, a co-owner of The Polish Salon, began her training with a two-year apprenticeship in an upscale Sonoma County salon. She used this hands-on experience as a jumping off point for her training at the Vidal Sassoon Academy in Santa Monica, Goldwell in Baltimore, and the Bumble and bumble Academy in New York.

She teamed up with Leslie Beer to open up The Polished Salon. The studio's modern façade offsets a classic interior of hardwood floors and antiques, reflecting Chrystal's ability to execute both sleek cuts and hairdos in the shape of Edwardian sideboards. She's also experienced in coloring services and straightening techniques, which she pairs with an unfailingly friendly demeanor.

1116 Mendocino Ave
Santa Rosa,

A visit to Elements Skin Care & Massage Studio is as much a treat for the eyes as it is for the senses. In each of the spa?s spacious chambers, the stark geometry of dark wood furniture complements the flowing lines of a sheer curtain, a linen-draped massage table, or a single potted orchid. These aesthetic pleasures only serve to enhance the sensory decadence that the staff of skin specialists, massage therapists, and nail technicians grant their clients. A slate of 10 facials ?including a signature service that treats not only the face to a massage, but the feet, legs, back, and scalp as well?help stave off blemishes and fine lines with Bioelements products. In private massage rooms, therapists call on several modalities to ease tension with hot stones, firm pressure, or pregnancy-appropriate strokes, as reflexology foot treatments ease tension stemming from tight shoes or arguments between toes. Feet can also bask in the spa?s many pedicures, which go beyond standard nail-salon services to incorporate heated lava shells, warm neck wraps, and even complimentary martinis.

3424 Mendocino Ave
Santa Rosa,

When Jacqui Carrasco was growing up in England, she and her grandmother would often pluck fresh sprigs of lavender. They'd lug their fragrant haul back home, where they would carefully dry it and concoct lavender-laced oils. Years have passed since Jacqui took her first whiff of lavender, but her affection for what she calls the "aromatic plant which refreshes, heals, and revives" has not waned. Neither has its popularity over the centuries; as Jacqui tells it, lavender has been used for therapeutic purposes since medieval times.

So when it came time for Jacqui to open her own spa, naming it Lavender Touch was an easy decision. Jacqui cleanses and refreshes pores during an array of facials that vary in intensiveness. Though her spa's titular plant is a time-tested beauty and health favorite, some of Jacqui's treatments are distinctly contemporary: she relies on chemical peels and light therapy, for instance, to minimize signs of aging and acne. In addition to facials, Jacqui also administers waxing treatments, back facials, and brow-tinting services.

659 Cherry Street, Suite 205
Santa Rosa,

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.

2930 McBride Lane
Santa Rosa,