Esprés Nails and Spa’s massage therapists melt away tension using Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, prenatal, shiatsu, foot-massage or reiki techniques. Spagoers who choose the first option feel smooth, flowing strokes sweep over tense feet, relaxing tendons drawn taut after too many games of beach racquetball. 20-minute detoxifying ionic foot baths then soothe feet when negative ions dive into warm water and lie in wait under the waves to drag toxins out of toes.
The stylists and technicians at Bombshell Salon & Spa believe that every person deserves to feel beautiful, and so they offer personalized services for hair, skin, and nails that use advanced salon formulas. Each hairstyle that the stylists create is approached as a custom work of art, enhanced by high-quality hair products. The salon favors Redken Chromatics hair color, with an ammonia-free formula that proves gentler than traditional color. While clients are being pampered, music swirls through the main rooms of the upbeat salon, and private treatment rooms provide seclusion for facial waxing. Romantic crystal fixtures send prisms of light across blue and violet walls, accented by inspirational messages such as "You look gorgeous" and "Your SAT score does not define you."
Dr. Deitra Hickey, owner of Serenity Health & Wellness Center, marshals a team of trained professionals to cultivate well-being with a range of services. The spa takes a holistic approach to relaxation and health, leading yoga classes, doling out all manner of massage therapies, redirecting chi with acupuncture, and disguising patients for upcoming jewel heists with facials. Inside the med spa, warm tones and dim lighting infuse a sense of calm, while babbling fountains send rivulets of relaxation through patrons.
SoEmi Therapeutics allows people to indulge themselves with the revitalizing pampering of a thorough massage. Owner and certified therapist Brandy Fukusawa gives clients the options of Swedish, therapeutic, or deep-tissue sessions as well as reflexology and couples massage. Brandy can also bookend massages with a hot-stone facial, foot-exfoliation scrub, or paraffin dip for flummoxed fingers.
Jessica Elkins's eponymous spa is a tribute to her love of plants, nature, and beauty. During her aesthetics training, Jessica worked in the bodycare department of a natural-foods market, assisting clients as they selected lotions, rinses, or cucumbers. She then turned her attention to biochemistry, a field of study that explores the chemical processes in living organisms. By learning how cellular components interact, Jessica broadened her ability to resolve or diminish skin conditions with specific products. At the spa, Jessica works alongside aestheticians who perform custom facials with natural ingredients from Europe or minerals from the mines of Moria. Wax technicians specialize in Brazilian and eyebrow services, and cosmetologists perform makeup applications with mineral pigments.
At each of Tricho Salon and Spa?s four locations, trained stylists stand ready to refresh outdated hairstyles with products by Schwarzkopf, Bumble and bumble, Keratin Complex, and Moroccanoil. Dr. Sonya Friedman, an accomplished author, CNN talk-show host, and radio psychologist, teams up with dermatologist Dr. Scott Friedman to helm the spa side of the business, where clients can find eight types of facials, nine styles of massage, noninvasive micro treatments, and advice for mending a hairdryer?s broken heart. Fingertips and toes in need of some TLC can also be pampered inside this full-service beauty haven, as nail techs doll-up digits with OPI and Essie polishes as well as Shellac, acrylic, and fiberglass tips.