Inside the contemporary Socio Salon & Day Spa, the walls are painted with desert tones to reflect the surrounding landscape. Concrete floors, exposed ceiling beams, and red brick walls add to the salon's ambiance. And Socio Salon & Day Spa offers services—including haircuts and color, spray tanning, and waxing—that make clients look just as stylish as the salon's decor.
The team at reCreate Spa Inc provides medical aesthetic and laser therapy services. Staff members use their years of professional expertise to help clients reach their wellness goals in a comfortable, safe, and relaxing environment. The center also houses the latest technology and modalities that provide non-invasive, non-surgical treatments to facilitate efficient results.
At Muse Esthetics, the PCA Skin-certified staff personalizes its aesthetic endeavors to hydrate and heal any concerned countenance. The signature facial is customized to each patient's skin type, taking into consideration its texture, tone, and fear of pie-slinging clowns, before prepping plugged pores with steam and extractions. Next, the skin-savvy tech will infuse tender face flesh with a blend of antioxidants, strengtheners, and peptides, accompanied by soothing agents as well as soothing double agents sent to rid the skin of hidden microfilm. Guests can also enjoy a hand, foot, and scalp massage, which mollifies jealous extremities while the face bathes in its hydrating serums.
Hailing from Europe, Camelia Remer graduated from Artistic Beauty College by Regis Schools in Scottsdale, but she didn?t stop there. She continued her beauty education with hair courses by Lord & Cliff and GKhair, making her a triple threat in the cosmetic industry. As the proprietor of Infinite Beauty Salon & Spa, she treats clients to a full gamut of aesthetic services, including haircuts for men and women. She trims locks into classic bobs, contemporary cuts, and modern styles. To supplement her custom cuts, she often bestows highlights or deep-conditioning treatments by Paul Mitchell. She also uses low pain techniques combined with high quality products to wax sensitive areas. Her salon uses and carries luxe products from respected names such as Tigi and Redken.
Evolve Skin and Laser Center's certified nurse, laser technicians, and aestheticians help to transform epidermises into smoother, rejuvenated versions of themselves with the aid of advanced Palomar laser systems, including the StarLux 300 and the StarLux 1540. During hair-removal treatments, a trained laser technician directs a noninvasive laser over legs, underarms, and other areas to transform grasslands into expanses of smooth skin by permanently disabling hair follicles. When a laser specialist turns the microbeams of the StarLux 1540 on stretch-marked skin, the light beams cause minute coagulations in the skin to jumpstart the body's natural healing system and erase markings. Other services on Evolve's menu include microdermabrasion and beauty injections of Botox, Restylane, Radiesse, and Juv?derm.
The experts here clear unwanted hair patches via waxing, sugaring, and threading. Use Groupon's comparison of these methods to help decide how you want to go bare.
Waxing: A relatively quick procedure with results that can last up to six weeks, waxing requires a technician to pull the entire hair follicle from its root using a heated, resin-based wax. Some find that after multiple waxes, the follicle ceases to produce hair.
Wax comes in soft and hard varieties. A paper or cloth strip is required to remove soft wax, which sticks both to the hair and the skin around it. Since the wax becomes pliable when cooled, beauticians can cover a large area and then quickly remove the hair all at once. Soft wax is usually more popular when removing hair on the face, arms, legs, chest, or back. Hard wax, on the other hand, cools into a solid form that can be pulled from the skin without a strip. The wax only adheres to the hair, not the skin, which can minimize pain and decrease the appearance of redness or bumps. Hard wax is typically preferred for areas where coarser hair grows, such as the bikini area.
Body sugaring: Long before wax was everyone's favorite food, ancient Egyptians were already stripping unwanted hair from the body by its root using a honey concoction. Similar to the waxing process, modern body sugaring involves cloaking a patch of hair in a sweet, sticky solution??typically made from sugar, lemon juice, and water??and then pulling out the hair using a cotton strip. Aside from the all-natural formula, sugaring differs from waxing in that the solution is lower in temperature, won't strip away live skin cells, and rinses off with water. Most people find sugaring less painful than waxing, and the technique naturally exfoliates the skin. Since it's safe for sensitive skin, sugaring has gained popularity for those removing hair in the bikini zone, above the lip, or on the chest.
Threading: During this centuries-old procedure, long practiced in Asia and the Middle East, a practitioner uses a loop of fine cotton thread to lasso the base of individual hairs, puling them from their roots with a quick tug of the hands. Since the method allows for greater precision than other hair-removal approaches, it is favored for shaping eyebrows and muttonchops and for removing unwanted facial hair. The thread barely touches the skin, making it a gentle alternative to waxing for those with sensitive skin or rosacea.