Aestheticians combine skincare savvy with a tender touch to perform an abundance of pampering treatments in Renew Massage & Skin Care's charming spa atmosphere. Staffers massage the scalp, neck, and shoulders and offer warm aromatherapy towels during most facials. Four types of clinical peels can help to remove dead skin and the ghost of sunburns past. The team further accentuates countenances' beauty with antioxidant-rich makeup by glo minerals. To reduce stress or chronic pain, massage pros employ modalities such as a lomi-lomi treatment that fizzles tension with long, forearm-based strokes. The spa includes shower and locker-room facilities for guests to change into more comfortable outfits and a stately fireplace in its waiting area for warming hands or burning out-of-date day planners.
Skin Perfect's hair-despising laser was sent back through time to terminate unwanted hair quickly and safely using handcrafted photons that harmlessly pass through the skin to directly dissipate hair follicles. Technicians can evict pesky hair from the bodily zones of both men and women with high precision. They handle light lassos like hair-wrestling cowpokes, with each beam carefully calibrated for empathy and small talk. Laser hair removal often bequeaths a longer-lasting hairlessness than waxing or shaving, and while not completely painless, it's less painful than laser hair addition.
Herbal serums, anti-aging solutions, and pumpkin apple spice peels are the tools of the trade at Heather’s Skin Care at J. Anthony Salon. Using products from Epicuren, the staff performs a variety of specialized facials designed to diminish acne, signs of aging, and blemishes. The glycolic facial, for instance, provides deep exfoliation to combat fine lines and sun damage. Other services include microdermabrasion, LED light therapy, and waxing for the face and body.
Monica Holden is grateful for two reasons: she's been able to practice massage therapy for more than 17 years, and she found a mentor in Dr. Myk Hungerford. This tenacious woman worked for half a century to train medical sports massage therapists during a time when professionalism in the field was hard to find because so few therapists carried briefcases. Monica had the great fortune of training under Dr. Hungerford at the American Institute of Massage Therapy, and now she pays it forward by presiding over a staff of certified therapists. These pros bring their massages to homes and offices, where they knead sore sinews with Swedish, deep tissue, shiatsu, and reflexology techniques.