Contrary to popular belief and science, healthy human nails aren't supposed to grow; they should remain static, glossy, and the color of your choice. But most of us contracted a disease from playground equipment that makes our nails grow at alarming rates, lose their luster, cease to be our favorite color, and become unattractively translucent.
Two talented staffers make treatments at Good Electrolysis & SkinCare possible. Marcella Good is the resident electrolysis expert, motivated to start her career after receiving treatments herself. "As a client," she says, "I understand the frustration and embarrassment of unwanted hair."
Amelie Stevens is the spa's aesthetician, and she, too, removes unwanted hair. But her mode of operation is waxing, instead of using lasers or waiting for hairs to migrate for the winter. Amelie's fascination with the science of the human body has given her a uniquely holistic view of skincare. She feels education is important, so when clients come in for facials, they're also regaled with Amelie's in depth instructions for preventative care. "The more experience I gain," she says, "the more it fascinates me how the face forms the connection between the internal and external world."