For more than 20 years, Deborah's has set dull skin masks a-sparkle with a fleet of nourishing aloe vera-based products. Aloe vera is renowned for its ability to soothe irritation, heal damaged skin, and lift three times its weight in maple syrup. Wipe away the day's dirt and impurities with the gentle cleansing wash ($13.50) or wrap prickly paws in little booties of embracing emollient cream with the hand- and foot-conditioning crème ($16.25). Envious eyes can also mimic luscious giraffe lashes with the lash and brow growth serum, which adds length, fullness, and an adorable butterfly barrette to your eye’s hair ($48). Deborah’s knowledgeable staff of skin soldiers will help you determine the right products for your skin type, be it dry, sensitive, or emitting a bright green glow.
Staffed by athletes, personal trainers, and veteran fitness enthusiasts, Complete Nutrition thoroughly educates each customer on ideal supplements and nutrition programs for their personal goals. Brawn-builders will find heaps of muscle-magnifying measures such as creatine ($59.99) and protein blends ($39.99 for 2.5 lbs.), and sagacious souls can slow the aging process and find the car keys' sock-drawer hiding place with the Timeless healthy-aging supplement line ($39.99).
The staff at Healthy Essentials blends a mélange of nutrient-enriched smoothies, refreshing teas, and cool frozen coffees, which are complemented by bountiful baked goods. Cool down a piping-hot palate with more than 20 varieties of smoothies, including blue mango and berry chocolate ($5.50 for 16 oz.). For an extra boost during mundane daily activities such as filing papers or reading to your plants, add Smoothieceuticals—nutritive mix-ins such as ginkgo biloba, ginseng, and vitamin C that bolster good health. Seven types of black tea and nine types of green tea ($1.99+) dampen dry jugulars, and whole-grain muffins ($2.49 each), whole-wheat bagels ($1.89), and chocolate-chip cookies ($1.49) occupy empty stomach space. Healthy Essentials' drive-thru window accommodates guests on the go as well as talking cars too embarrassed to come indoors.
The butcher, the baker, and the candlestick-maker aren't just three characters from a nursery rhyme; they're part of the team at Manotick Natural Market, a farm-to-table shop that's served the community for nearly two decades. The butcher carves organic chicken, antibiotic and hormone-free pork, and other locally sourced meats, the baker crafts fresh pasta and gluten-free breads, and the candlestick-maker shapes wax into elegant candles that flicker on dinner tables. Shoppers can also find natural beauty products, health supplements, Olea Bella olive oil and balsamic vinegar sampler, and organic produce sourced from farms located within a 100-kilometer radius.
Kasi Swift, a licensed medical aesthetician, channels her special training in permanent makeup, medical tattoo, and collagen induction therapy to help folks hit their beauty goals. Her background in aesthetics, her eye for beauty, and her medical knowledge are a boon to Frasier Performance and Aesthetics. There, she's joined by a board-certified physician and a staff made up of medical, fitness, aesthetic, and nutrition experts. The scope of their services is extensive, and so Kasi's task is to take care of corrective and cosmetic skin care. Her services include permanent cosmetics and microdermabrasions, as well as medical tattoo. The latter is a treatment whose purpose is to camouflage blemishes or imperfections such as scars, stretch marks, or discoloration.
With locations in 13 states across America, Stanton Optical helps clients from Georgia to California achieve better vision with prescription glasses, sunglasses, and contacts. Its shelves are stocked with more than 3,000 frames and sunglasses from high-end brands, including Coach, Calvin Klein, and Armani. Full-service onsite labs help optometrists immediately craft glasses and clone monocles without the delay of sending eyewear elsewhere. Eye exams are performed by independent eye doctors conveniently located within or adjacent to Stanton Optical stores.