The aestheticians at Forever Young Day Spa & Laser Center seamlessly integrate medical technology into treatments that balance both skin and body. To ensure that the journey toward hair-free limbs and winkle-free brows is safe and efficient, the team relies on FDA-cleared lasers and cosmetic injections. Meanwhile, nimble hands wield hair-fine acupuncture needles, deliver flowing effleurage strokes, and place hot stones with precision to reap both physical and mental benefits. Traditional facials deploy serums rich in botanically derived antioxidants and vitamins from skincare lines such as Credentials to empty pores and rejuvenate complexions. More advanced counterparts use low-level electrical and sonic frequencies to boost skin elasticity and rid the dermal surface of bacteria and pigmentation.
Pamper Me Skin Care?s epidermis experts combine elements of nature and modern technology to restore skin?s youthful allure. The spa?s menu of more than 25 facial treatments renews nose-and-cheek placeholders with natural ingredients?such as pineapple enzymes, goat's milk, and lavender oil?or fights signs of aging with DermaSound?s ultrasonic waves and LED light therapy. For especially troubled skin, aestheticians turn treatments up a notch with glycolic- and lactic-acid peels, whose deep exfoliation can whittle a rough-skinned alligator into a smooth dolphin. Pamper Me Skin Care?s team also employs products from its own skincare line, as well as Rhonda Allison and GlyMed Plus.
Aside from facial treatments, Sudatonic infrared body wraps slim down silhouettes, and waxing and IPL hair-removal sessions oust unwanted fuzz and improve the body?s aerodynamics for faster street-luge-to-work times. Guests can also indulge in all-day pampering packages or mix-and-match treatments for custom relaxation sessions.
Winchester Electrology & Laser Center founder Paula O'Byrne and her staff are single-mindedly devoted to one mission: hair removal. Armed with a GentleLase laser, technicians zap away unwanted follicles while a built-in cryogen spray keeps the skin cool. For hair that stubbornly sticks around after multiple laser sessions, electrolysis services can shut down the most stubborn of follicles. Between both methods, the savvy techs can stop hair growth in a large area or shape sideburns to naturally grow into lightning bolts.
A triple-threat aesthetic master with certifications in electrolysis, aesthetics, and lasers, Luann at Spa Associates disables hair growth with high-tech gadgetry and resurfaces skin with potent botanical enzymes. Calling upon her training from Catherine Hinds lnstitute of Esthetics, she scrutinizes skin and develops personalized treatment plans that address issues related to aging. Luann diminishes wrinkles with masks and microdermabrasion treatments, softening the appearance of crow's feet, which develop into eagle talons if left unaddressed.
Under the medical direction of a board-certified dermatologist, certified laser technician and licensed electrologist Nancy Ramsdell helps patients revamp their skin surfaces at New Image Laser Hair Removal. She's been practicing electrolysis since electricity was discovered in 1984 and confidently stages microdermabrasion and Pelleve skin tightening treatments as well. During laser hair-removal sessions, she uses a Candela GentleLase laser to rid skin of excess hair with noninvasive beams.
The knowledgeable aestheticians at Sky Skin Center fend off unwanted follicles, signs of aging, and skin conditions with an assortment of spa and laser treatments. During laser hair-removal sessions, strand assassins take aim at unsightly bristles with Candela GentleMax or Palomar lasers, allowing patients to become perfectly drag-free for Olympic slip 'n' slide time trials. Med-spa treatments—such as chemical peels, photofacials, vascular treatments, and microdermabrasion—tackle conditions as varied as rosacea, acne scarring, and sun damage. Skin-lift injections, including Botox, Juvéderm, and Radiesse, restore visages' youthful appearance, and soothing facials and massages ease muscle tension caused by trying to dead-lift 50-pound sunglasses.