Dr. Iman Al-Haj, owner and medical director of Feel and Live Better Medical Spa, followed a fascination with the human body across the Atlantic Ocean—she obtained her board certification in general surgery in the United Kingdom, then headed to the US to hone her skills in Houston. Now Dr. Al-Haj, along with a team of nutritionists and aestheticians, puts her knowledge to use by renovating façades with cosmetic procedures and improving health with nutritional wellness services. Along with hydrating facials and vitamin-infused masks, the team amps up looks with dermal fillers, hair transplants, and laser therapies. One such therapy is Cynosure SmartSkin technology, which is designed to blast away sun damage, smooth wrinkles, and eternally banish acne scars to high-school-yearbook photos. The staff also helps maintain clients' youthful complexions with Youngblood mineral makeup, Dermalogica and Jan Marini products, and the spa's own skincare line.
Whether showering your spouse with a dozen roses or gifting dad with a baseball-themed basket, Thousand Oak Florists' floral experts can help find the perfect gift for any occasion. As a certified FTD florist, the inventory also includes several fresh plants, in addition to the carefully constructed floral arrangements and exclusive designs. The Thousand Oak website even shares the symbolism behind each of its flowers—white daisies represent innocence and affection, tulip bulbs show one's love, and lilies symbolize purity of the heart.
When she opened the first Redenta’s Garden location in 1992, Ruth Kinler made sure to hire only experienced gardeners. She believed then—and still does—that her employees should be as passionate about the ins and outs of gardening as they are about frolicking among the first buds of spring. Very little has changed in the ensuing two decades; the shop continues to specialize in 100% organic plants and delight area gardeners with its unique varietals. Among the fragrant aisles, one can expect to find rare annuals growing alongside native and water-wise plants, the latter celebrated for their disciplined sipping habits.
As organic gardeners themselves, the store’s staff educates customers on seasonal blooms and holds regular classes and events. Though class topics vary, they often include helpful instruction in areas such as organic vegetable gardening, cooking with herbs and vegetables, and safely removing one’s hand from a flytrap. Redenta’s Garden also assists homeowners with modern landscape design that aims for low-maintenance, eco-friendly solutions.:
Lampe Berger's scented lamp kit includes one lacquered, finely decorated glass lamp, a catalytic stone burner, a pouring funnel, and a small 6.08-ounce bottle of fresh-squeezed wild-orchid scent. The burner seizes odors from the air, stuffs them in a trunk never to be seen again, and replaces them with a fine, delicate fragrance of wild orchids that enhances without overwhelming and lasts at least 6,000 times longer than any pesky authentic flower. Besides making a wonderful Mother's Day gift, this special package can also help high-school graduates mitigate the odor of their new college roommate.
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Using flowers as their medium, 150 Sunset’s landscape architects transformed the company’s grounds into a stunning work of art. Flower beds and alfresco lounges double as a show room, exemplifying the company’s landscaping and outdoor-kitchen-construction services. The grounds also flaunt 150 Sunset’s range of flowers, shrubs, and garden art.
Throughout the year, events, weddings, or upscale comic-book conventions convene against this elegant, peaceful backdrop. Inside the adjoining event center, party planners create tableaus to suit any taste. Gilded blue napkins peek out of fine-crystal goblets, elaborate place settings provide forks aplenty, and satin tablecloths depict ornate, three-dimensional roses. Minimalists may opt for black-and-white décor, modern furniture, and neon-lit paper light fixtures.