LipoLaser of West Chester's licensed technicians work to noninvasively slim, tone, and smooth out edifices with a stash of high-tech equipment and treatments that require no downtime. Prior to any procedure, staff sits down with clients to discuss desired outcomes before engineering a custom game plan. They then target specific trouble spots during LipoLaser procedures, enlisting the safe but intense rays of noninvasive laser technology to prod cells into shedding excess triglycerides.
The staff bolsters freshly svelte physiques with microcurrent treatments that stimulate and strengthen muscles, a technique that can diminish wrinkles and even out complexions. Both procedures help move clients of all body types toward lost inches, firmer skin, and entries into molecular limbo contests.
A licensed massage therapist since 2008, Craig West soothes sore muscles in people of all ages with therapeutic foot, hand, and body massages. At his office, he practices a variety of kneading techniques such as trigger point, hot stone, and bamboo fusion, aimed at relaxing patients with pains ranging from carpal tunnel to migraine headaches. Along with the regular clientele, Craig calms corporate workers in their offices with chair-massage sessions and performs his therapeutic massaging skills on sore athletes and sorer tennis racquets during Cincinnati bouts of the Association of Tennis Professionals' world tour.
Renew Salon & Skin Care's Shanna Lynn bedecks lackluster lashes with Shavasana extensions. Initial eyelash installation takes one–two hours, during which Shanna secures single strand semipermanent Shavasana extensions to feeble fringes, hair by hair. The results are longer, thicker eye trimmings, giving you the confidence necessary to wink at strangers and unleashed dogs. After 48 hours, the freshly lashed can frost the extensions with mascara. A refill, which lasts less than 60 minutes, is recommended within two–three weeks.
Over her years of training—some under award-winning Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Steven H. Dayan—aesthetician Julie Kline has learned the power a simple skin treatment can do for a person's complexion. At her intimate studio within A Tamara Berry Studio, she calls on enzymes from natural sources to jump-start purification and renewal processes, and she anoints faces with more advanced chemical peels to obliterate the signs of aging. Some of her treatments don't require a single touch: when adjusted to a precise color, her range of light therapies can kill blemish-causing bacteria, boost the production of wrinkle-banishing collagen, or spotlight a talented freckle with Broadway aspirations. Microcurrent facials use painless low-level lasers to firm and tone facial muscles. Julie uses the skincare tools she's assembled to customize her treatments to each client's individual skin issues, whether they involve acne, sun damage, aging, or another aesthetic problem.
A diverse staff of hair specialists and an aesthetician helps About U Salon beautify bodies with meticulous attention. Many staff members have decades of experience in the industry, which they use to clear skin with specialized facials and waxing sessions, as well as add depth to hair with highlights that mimic thin rivulets of rain on the solitary window of life. All services are performed with high-end products from brands such as Paul Mitchell, Mantra, and Joico.
Timothy Burns worked with Christian Dior, Trish McIlvoy, and Bobbi Brown and as a national artist for Laura Mercier before forging his own path as a solo makeup artist at his namesake spa. Timothy has built a reputation among clients, tweezing eyebrows into an arch reminiscent of the Arc de Triomphe. Aesthetician and 20-year industry veteran Tanya Sandler adds her own efforts to the beauty mecca with a slate of facials harnessing microdermabrasion, microcurrent, and LED technologies to firm and brighten visages.