The relaxing atmosphere of a traditional spa is balanced with professionalism of a doctor’s office at All About You Medspa. It’s staffed by a team of registered nurses, licensed massage therapists, and laser technicians. Their diverse menu of services also reflects this balance. Stylists take care of hair at seven different salon stations. Aestheticians perform chemical peels and photofacials—an advanced technique to remove red and brown marks from the skin—in addition to revitalizing European facials and manicures. Laser techs on hand use up-to-date technology to zap away hair for long periods—one of the many noninvasive, nonsurgical procedures offered at the spa.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: LED light and micro-current
Brands Used: Rhonda Allison
Pro Tip: Come in, turn your cell phone off, and relax. Leave feeling peaceful and renewed.
Don't mistake Skintegrity for a spa. Sure, it has a casual, relaxed vibe, but the treatments here hew more to the paramedical side of things, and the goal is to produce results that last long after the visit. That's why clients often return every month or "skin cycle" for treatments.
Kim Dyer has been a licensed skin therapist for more than 15 years, and she's carved out a space where licensed skincare workers tap into advanced technology to ameliorate skin imperfections, such as acne and dryness. So whether clients come in for a facial from a licensed skincare specialist, a medical dermo-corrective procedure such as a photofacial, or a microdermabrasion, they'll be privy to monthly treatments designed specifically for their faces. Skintegrity's custom-tailored skincare regimens help guests sustain healthy complexions by staying one step ahead of blemishes, much like a wily raccoon that wakes up at 3 a.m. to get first pluck of your garden's strawberries.
Just a Tease recently underwent its own beauty transformation when the boutique salon was revamped with a darker color palette, more Zen-inspired decor, and even a new name, Salon Beauremy. But even though the beauty haven's image has changed, its staff's dedication to providing custom hair and skin services has not wavered. In fact, the center's stylists still reach for high-quality haircare products, such as sulfate-free Enjoy and sensitivity-friendly HBL products, as they style freshly trimmed and colored tresses. In the spa area, aestheticians enhance facials with skin-clearing products from PCA Skin, Circadia, and Janssen, and use mineral cosmetics from GloMineral and Advanced Mineral Makeup to enhance facial features with perfectly matched foundations and eye shadows. And to cater to all their patients, they offer a variety of specialized facials that prevent and treat skin conditions with cutting-edge skincare treatments such as microcurrent facial toning, epidermal leveling, and oxygen-infused facials. On the way out, beauty-goers can peruse the salon's updated art and clothing boutique stocked with apparel and accessories from Tigerlily, and framed with original artwork from local artist Renee Bau.
Working with the notion that the eyebrows define the face, the threading specialists at Beautif-Eye Studios take care to shape brows into alluring arches without irritating the skin. The threading artists use a pair of tightly wound strands to pluck out stray hairs instead of using waxes or security guards to forcefully evict them. For further beautification, classic European facials brighten skin with a customized blend of products, and oxygenating facials refresh and awaken dull skin by stimulating circulation. Massages of Swedish, deep tissue, and aromatherapy modalities relieve stress, while facial peels hydrate and mend damaged skin.