When Cinderella's carriage turns into a pumpkin at midnight, she should be more optimistic; the pumpkin makes a great skin treatment. The experts at Sculpture Total Skin Care know just that, which is why they offer a pumpkin peel, whose natural salicylic acid fights acne and brightens complexions.
The peel's fellow face treatments range from the Oxygenating Trio facial, which combats free radicals, to the Energy Marine facial, powered by 104 minerals found in the depths of the ocean. Full laser services compliment other services by minimizing veins, pigmented lesions and hair growth.
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As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability?Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa?s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and hair-removal services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Hairport West employs crack staffers who perform swift UV-free airbrush tans using organic Ventura Tan products, all infused with an all-natural botanical solution. The salon’s full-body bronzes put an end to bashful games of beach volleyball played in full suits of armor, and targeted tanning to the face, arms, and torso deftly combats seasonal sallowness. A sun-kissed quartet of custom colors is also available, allowing customers to oscillate between subtle sheens and toasty glows.
You can opt for a traditional massage at CMG Wellness if you'd like, but first take a look at the service menu. It might just convince you that hot lava shells are good for what ails. The shells, heated and filled with herbs, and supplemented by the guided pressure of a massage therapist's hands, help coax tightness from the muscles and ease pain associated with tension or injury. Or perhaps the bamboo stalks will tempt you with their stress-deflating strength. Therapists trade in their hands for firm bamboo stalks whose firmness is utilized to ease knots from the muscles and get clients feeling as loose as a prizefighter's tooth after the final round.
CMG offers many such exotic treatments?in addition to the aforementioned massages, clients can opt for ancient and time-tested treatments like cupping and gua sha. CMG is led by Chanti Lowenberg, a licensed massage therapist who found her calling early in life when she used massage to ease her mother's chronic pain. Chanti became licensed and now offers a slate of traditional and exotic treatments all designed to bolster well-being and help clients overcome physical and emotional stress.
Griffith Family Chiropractic's certified massage therapist designs a customized lineup of moves to melt away aches and tension. A one-hour session rewards your head's hard-working stilts with the massage modality of your choice, including Swedish relaxation, deep tissue, and therapeutic styles. Choose Swedish massage to knead subterranean stress and burrowing dust bunnies to the skin's surface so your therapist can briskly sweep them away. Those with chronic tension or pain can target troublesome areas in the crosshairs of the therapeutic option. Sports-worn sterns benefit from deep tissue attention, which offers a better way to hasten muscle recovery than lying on a bed of steaks or aggressively heckling debilitated quadriceps.
Scents of Serenity owner Melanie Mueller believes that putting your best face forward means using organic and natural skincare products. That's why her team of aestheticians employs the Éminence Organic Skin Care line, whose concoctions are free of artificial colors, synthetic perfumes, and harsh chemicals, such as parabens and Twinkie filling. Guests can wander to the spa's cozy lobby to purchase many of these elixirs, strolling across hardwood floors to a centerpiece shelf stocked with bottles, creams, and the emerald leaves of aloe plants.
Mueller's team is an educated bunch; all aestheticians are licensed by the Virginia Board of Cosmetology, and all massage therapists are certified through the Virginia Board of Nursing, as well as the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. They dole out a variety of kneading techniques—from aromatherapy to hot stone—in treatment rooms canopied by cream-colored drapes and strings of luminescent orbs that melt into butter every time a patron says "ahhh."