An aesthetician gently scrubs a mixture of Dead Sea salts and moisturizing oil over a client's skin, revealing younger and fresher layers of cells; in another room, a massage therapist places heated stones onto tense muscles, dispersing the stress they've been harboring for months. Scenarios such as these are common at Evene Day Spa, where the staff specializes in both relaxation and beautifying treatments. The spa's menu also includes European facials which allot one hour to eliminate dirt and exfoliate to clear the pores. In addition to improving skin condition, the spa's aestheticians keep faces looking polished with permanent cosmetics for the eyes, eyebrows, or lips, leaving time in the mornings for more important endeavors, such as baking homemade Lucky Charms.
Licensed aesthetician and Aveda graduate Angela Clark partners an ingrained passion for skincare with something a little more tangible: high-quality products and high-tech equipment. She incorporates Aveda and Image Skincare products into her facials, which deep-clean skin in anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes. She also brandishes the NuFace Galvanic System to fight aging skin, sending microcurrents deep into skin to tone, tighten, and aid in the absorption of products.
A spa can be a welcome respite from a busy day, but so can home, which is why Labella Mobile Nail Spa’s nail technicians travel to their clients’ residences to perform mobile services. Once there, they clean, buff, and paint fingernails and toenails during private appointments or spa parties. They even offer reflexology services, applying pressure to points on the hands and feet that correspond with different body areas. This practice helps to improve circulation and ease anxiety caused by learning that your pinky toe affects your eyesight.
Through nourishing, gentle, and noninvasive solutions, the aestheticians at Glow rejuvenate skin with facials, waxing, and microdermabrasion. They use quality products such as Silky Smooth, which is not tested on animals, and also apply facials and microdermabrasion treatments to backs and hands.
Today's side deal to Renewed Image gets you three deluxe laser treatments for $184 (an up to a $1,795 value). Zap the hair from its hirsute hiding places on your otherwise aerodynamic body, rejuvenate your skin to reduce lines and discoloration, erase the inky mistakes you once thought permanent, and blast cellulite using the same laser light you use to blast Stormtroopers. Your Groupon can also be used for non-lasery treatments such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, or mineral body wraps.
Sprouting from a brown-and-white tiled floor, cushy leather chairs bolster patrons as the eponymous beautician and her staff show off their cosmetic skills. Clients relax as the team transforms simple pieces of thread into a precision beauty tool, using the fibers to gently remove excess facial fuzz and lasso runaway eyebrows. The team also kicks lash length and volume up a notch with individual extensions and treats skin to revitalizing facials or intricate henna tattoos.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Alan Gardener has nurtured complexions at his namesake practice, which now spreads radiance even farther with a satellite location. At both offices, Dr. Gardner and his right hand dermatologist, Dr. Mike Kelleher, tackle a range of skin issues such as abnormal moles, acne, and rashes using advanced equipment and medical-grade products. Spa-like services include more than 10 facials that utilize thermal mud, natural fruit acids, and Eminence skincare products. Hands and feet are soaked, scrubbed, and masked during mani-pedis, which use highly sterilized tools and equipment, and unwanted veins, hair, birthmarks, and tattoos can be removed with a collection of lasers skin-matched paint.