Pink Dahlia Spa is a soothing day and beauty spa dedicated to pampering with a diverse selection of services. Hardwood floors and soft lighting inform the homelike environment, and licensed aestheticians make guests feel at as ease as a polar bear in a walk-in freezer. Offering facials and massages, the staff strives to use primarily organic skincare products, such as the line from Vera Botanica. They're happy to work on Brazilian bikini lines with sugaring, the spa's new hair-removal treatments.
Like a good relationship or a flower with a fertilizer addiction, Shador is growing. The staff of sugaring experts and aestheticians recently migrated to a new space, which has meant an upgrade in facilities and the ability to offer massages. Each service, from botanically based detoxifying body wraps to custom facials, helps to beautify and relax clients. For hair removal, the staff eschews the discomfort of hot wax in favor of a natural sugaring serum that pulls hair out in the direction of growth, and favored strands are magnified through the individual application of synthetic or mink eyelash extensions.
Acu-Clinics of Washington draws its name from its signature treatment: acu-molds, invented by Dr. Francis J McCall. The acrylic devices fit inside the ear, administering constant, low-grade acupressure that reportedly helps with weight loss, efforts to quit smoking, and reducing the noise of your roommate's glockenspiel practice.
At this particular clinic, medical aesthetician and acupressure therapist Janean Wjvold fits the acu-molds in addition to performing beauty treatments. These range from exfoliating microdermabrasion and facial peels to a hydrating peppermint, tangerine oil, and white tea mask. However, there's one thing that they all have in common: they're administered by the soothing light of scented candles.