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Ask glamorous former contestants of the Miss Venezuela Pageant how they keep their skin so smooth and cheeks so soft, and they might point you to Mabel Gonzalez. The seasoned aesthetician worked with the pageant for more than 28 years, freshening faces and diminishing blemishes with her professional skincare and makeup services. Mabel brings her years of experience to her own namesake skincare clinic?Mabel Beauty Care?where she performs a sweeping array of treatments, including intensive microdermabrasions, rejuvenating chemical peels, and cleansing deep pore facials.

35 East Southgate Avenue
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

The licensed massage therapists at Intuitive Touch understand that no two bodies are exactly the same. That's why they start appointments with a conversation, discussing where the client is most sore and whether they have sensitive skin. They then tailor their strokes around problem areas and apply organic lotions and oils to sensitive skin. As a convenience, the therapists also travel to homes, hospitals, and hotels to perform their relaxing, therapeutic rub-downs.

3443 South State Street
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

As a mother of two children and a licensed massage therapist, Rebecca Overson believes that "pregnancy can be enjoyed, not just endured." While pregnant with her first child, Rebecca had a hard time finding a bodywork specialist with the skill, sensitivity, and expertise required to meet her changing body's needs. It was this struggle that inspired her to open Salt Lake Prenatal Massage, a place that would provide expert support to other women during and after pregnancy.

Holding certifications in prenatal and postpartum massage, as well as a BA in spiritual psychology, Rebecca uses her personal and professional know-how to guide a staff of other licensed therapists and a pregnancy fitness specialist.

28 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

The master aestheticians at Lashes to Waxes, LLC have a complicated relationship with hair. They seem to be on good terms with eyelashes, which they regularly lengthen and enhance with extensions. Hair across the body doesn’t fare as well at their salon, where they swiftly clear bushy patches with strips of wax.

Aside from the services alluded to in its name, Lashes to Waxes aims to keep women “feeling pretty and feminine in today’s society” with exfoliating facials, body wraps, masks, and salt scrubs. A master aesthetician with more than 10 years of experience meticulously grooms fingers and toes, painting nails with splashes of color or portraits of one’s extended family.

28 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Blissfuleigh Iced's highly trained cosmetologists and aestheticians eradicate unflattering fuzz with all-natural and locally made waxing products. A more effective method of hair removal than standing dangerously close to a shuttle launch, the Brazilian wax renders entire bikini regions smooth, ousting hairs front to back without double dipping. Staff members pay special attention to each client's requests for a tailored deforestation, which typically takes around 15–25 minutes. Men and women walk away from their waxing appointments with a renewed confidence, bouncing along to the catchy music playing throughout the salon

28 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Licensed massage therapist Kristopher G. Leyer learned to heal with his hands at Utah College Of Massage Therapy, honing his skills in deep-tissue massage, trigger-point therapy, reflexology, and other modalities. After graduating, he opened his own practice—The MassageMan. There, he tailors massage sessions to each individual's needs, whether that means loosening tense muscles, soothing chronic pain, or boosting circulation and overall health. Leyer draws on a deep knowledge of health and wellness: in addition to his massage license, he holds state certifications in CPR and first aid.

28 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City,
UT
US