Pitbull Tattoos & Body Piercing's artists, Ariel and Scott, customize clients’ bodies with detailed ink, ear and body piercings, and creative and colourful body jewellery. In the studio’s main room or curtained private treatment area, inkers and piercing artists work with patrons to achieve their ideal vision, commemorating significant personal events, expressing beliefs, or satisfying long-held desires to have a reflective bellybutton. Friendly staffers answer questions on the parlor's website, help clients peruse the large selection of jewellery and submit special requests, and change jewellery for free for customers whose piercings were done in-house.
The students at the International Academy of Esthetics, an ITEC registered center, learn in a classroom that?s not a classroom at all?it?s a spa. Under the watchful eye of instructors who are expert spa technicians themselves, students perform a full slate of services to prepare for real-world jobs. Their professional training spans from facials, to mani-pedis, to waxing, to cellulite-reducing body wraps. Other courses of study include make-up artistry and lasers.
Sherwood Park Laser Clinic's professionally certified technicians combat unsightly blemishes and wrinkles with an array of aesthetic services. Techs use lasers to remove or reduce the appearance of unwanted hair, spider veins, and signs of aging?such as wrinkles, cellulite, and expiration dates stamped on the forehead. To ensure that patients are comfortable, doctors use the Zimmer Cooling Machine during laser treatments. The staff also tends to rough skin and sun spots with diamond-tip microdermabrasion treatments designed with minimal downtime in mind. Other beauty-centric offerings include membership opportunities, complimentary consultations, and a modest selection of specialized skincare products available for purchase.
Registered nurses Joe and JoAnn Forte started Joe Laser & Spa out of their professional home office to provide highly advanced treatments in a comfortable setting. Their business, which was awarded Home-Based Business of the Year by the Fort Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce in 2010, can treat a range of bodily woes, from unwanted inches and signs of aging to pesky orbiting Death Stars. Extensive training with the Cynosure and Syneron lasers allows them to add noninvasive technologies to their roster of treatments, including hair, vein, and cellulite reduction. The duo also helps clients battle wrinkles with laser facials, and provides Botox and Juvéderm injections.
At Refresh Laser Spa, the "Laser Spa" part of the name tells only half the story. Hot-stone massages, facials, and spinal-decompression treatments also await clients who want to look and feel better. The team combines these tools with advanced laser hair-removal treatments and VelaShape laser liposuction treatments to round out a rolodex of health and beauty services.
Pure Elements pampers hirsute heads and figures with soothing care while dousing spa hogs in Aveda and Schwarzkopf products. A wise salon sleuth uncovers new and interesting skull sculptures during a ladies' (from $47) or men's (from $28) haircut. Don a bouncy new perm (from $95) or touch up whiskery roots (from $70). A full colour (from $80) splendidly allows coifs to reinvent themselves, like mad scientists who were once child stars. Settle into a chic seat and feel an eye and lip treatment ($45) massage away puffiness or minimize fine lines and dark circles, and the eyelash perm ($75) curls lovely flirters for up to four weeks. Try ear candling ($75), a unique approach to cleansing canals of impacted wax, devious debris, and hushed secrets whispered into lobes by aunts many family reunions ago.