The staff at Pure Harmony Day Spa unleashes an arsenal of naturally derived products during each beauty and wellness ritual. Scented towels, lava stones, and essential oils flavor massage treatments, and facials and chemical peels harvest healthy complexions with doses of alpha-hydroxy acids and botanical extracts. Organic wax adheres to unwanted body bristle, and therapists cloak bodies with seaweed and sea salt to imbue skin with moisture. Upon check-in, spa clients may visit Pure Harmony’s complimentary steam room before they luxuriate in a lounge void of cell-phone beeps and cooing carrier pigeons. Inside khaki-colored treatment rooms, relaxation recipients alight on contoured beds, and salon visitors perch upon ivory-hued pedicure chairs bolstered by whirlpool foot tubs.
Christina Studios takes its name from Christina D. Passanise, who has worked as a makeup artist and aesthetician for more than 14 years. Ms. Passanise specializes in makeup for weddings and other special occasions. She travels on-location for these events, often bringing along a hairstylist to complete looks. The beauty expert also works out of Clare's of Clayton Salon, where she makes over clients with spa services such as PCA peels. She also works with models and occasionally appears on television programs to dish out beauty tips.
Certified laser technicians and aestheticians wield wands of intense pulsed light at Estetical Laser & Skincare Studio, removing unwanted patches of hair, regrettable tattoos, and stubborn acne. They also treat faces with hydroxy-acid peels, which work to diminish fine lines, sun spots, and freckles caused by too much time in the moonlight.
CeCe at Beauty On Display offers a wide range of services to promote both beauty and relaxation. Upon arrival, patrons can partake of complimentary bottled water before heading to a private room for a body wrap or waxing treatment. For upcoming events or weddings, specialists apply makeup and eyelash extensions.
Permanent Great Looks Salon & Spa?s team of spa technicians enhances exteriors with a comprehensive menu of skin, body, and nail treatments. Manicure services provide customers with nails painted with Shellac polish that protects against chips for up to two weeks, even after wearers build sand castles to store stockpiles of shucked oyster shells. Toes simmer in heated bubble basins before curling up in steamy towels in the pedicure room, and aestheticians stationed in serene private rooms treat skin to body scrubs designed to polish surfaces and stir circulation. The active ingredients in body-scrub formulas range from Dead Sea salt to organic brown sugar steeped with essential oils and more conducive to soft skin than intercepting sneezes from the Marshmallow Man.