4ever Smooth M.D.'s team of trained specialists helps clients clear away unwanted body hair with proven methods and technologies. Under the direction of physician Tiffany Hall, 4ever Smooth banishes uninvited face and body filaments with an intense pulsed-light system, blasting budding hair follicles to reduce the growth, thickness, and appearance of hair. The resulting treatments leave epidermal tissue smooth, helping clients do away with daily shaving, painful waxing, or troublesome nanobot plowing. Today's offer is valid for the lip, chin, cheek, and eyebrow areas ($100 each), as well as the neckline and basic bikini line ($150 each). Treatments begin after a free consultation, giving curious customers a chance to discuss treatment options and ask any lingering questions concerning recovery time or the existence of quarter-filching follicle fairies.
Aesthetic procedures benefit from cutting-edge medical expertise at Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center. As the center's medical directors, Drs. Tiffany Hall and Amina Husain rely on their extensive experience in fields ranging from obstetrics to reconstructive surgery. However, they also offer nonsurgical methodologies as they help clients obtain their desired complexion or body shape. They accomplish this by enlisting the aid of modern advancements in aesthetic technology and skincare products.
Using the Candela GentleYAG and Alexandrite cosmetic laser systems, technicians can improve skin tone by zapping unsightly stubble or sealing noticeable spider veins. The low-power YOLO Curve laser contours the body by shrinking stubborn fat deposits, and VelaShape technology accomplishes a similar goal by bombarding adipose tissues with a combination of bipolar radio frequencies and infrared light energy. While permanent makeup procedures can create timeless, natural-looking eyebrows or eyeliner, the med spa can also use a Q-switched laser system to remove tattoos.
Beyond medically assisted therapies, Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center also pampers visitors with an array of more traditional spa treatments. Alternatively, aestheticians can restore skin by performing facials with clinical-strength products by companies such as Obagi.
To achieve the best hairstyle possible for each client, Rachel Huber turns to her trusted pair of scissors and Redken, Paul Mitchell, Matrix, and Biolage products. She cuts off length and creates layers according to each client's hair texture, face shape, and age in dog years. Rachel specializes in color services, and routinely attends workshops and classes to stay abreast of the newest techniques.
Belair’s Salon was the first salon color specialist Sherrie Snyder owned. Though she went on to own two others during her more-than-26-year beauty career, she’s returned to Belair’s, and to her it feels like “home.” She wants her guests to feel just as welcome as she and her team, including updo specialist Beka, twist hair into elegant updos and coat nails with shades of OPI polish. They treat clients to relaxation massages and wax away hairs that are unwanted, like ketchup stains on the deed to a tomato farm. Sherrie and company also pamper away tension via facials and conditioning treatments, among other beauty services.
Xtreme Fitness and Performance hosts a wide variety of fitness programs in one 25,000-square-foot space. Those who want to chisel their muscles can work out during CrossFit classes or push a sled across turf during a personal-training session. Members can also boost flexibility in a yoga class, torch calories in an indoor-cycling class, or learn new skills in a Brazilian jiu-jitsu or boxing class.
When they're not working out, members can consult with a nutritionist, sip a smoothie from the smoothie bar, or relax in a tanning bed or sauna.