Today's Groupon gets you $100 worth of services for just $50 at Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salon & Spa in Dallas. Red Door Spas are the flying saucerlettes of the Elizabeth Arden, the world-renowned beauty, harmony, and well-being spacecraft. That means classy salons where expert technicians use makeup, massage, hair, nail, and facial formulas to beautify and rejuvenate every part of the human body.
Rubyz Day Spa guides patrons deep into a land where body, mind, and spirit come face to face with relaxation. Éminence organic products bolster each facial and skin-centric service, tenderly cleansing the epidermis with fresh, natural ingredients guaranteed by Mother Earth's legal team to not disturb sensitive skin. Gentle hands knead away strain from muscles during massage sessions and swathe bodies in linens and herbs during detoxifying body wraps. For further toxin eviction, the infrared sauna uses high heat to convince chemicals, pesticides, and plasticizers to flee the body on the backs of rolling sweat beads. The spa mavens at Rubyz also dabble in the traditional art of henna tattooing, as well as other age-old practices such as ear candling and quill refilling.
The licensed massage therapists at A Royal Touch—which is located within the Creative Fringe Salon—inspire clients to bid adieu to quotidian stress and muscle tension. They use heated river rocks to enhance the therapeutic benefits of a massage and a vitamin-rich organic-coconut-oil scrub to nourish the skin or protect dashboard-based bobble dolls from sun damage. The team also offers detoxifying body wraps and relaxing packages designed for pairs or singles.
In order to adapt to each client's specific physicality and preferences, licensed massage therapist Steven Boyer adopts an integrative approach to relieving aches and pains. He trained at the Parker University's school of massage therapy, where he explored modalities including myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, reflexology, and shiatsu massage. Boyer, a certified member of the Associated Massage & Bodywork Professionals, believes a multifaceted massage provides maximum therapeutic benefits, which can include stress relief, better posture, and the ability to stand straighter than rival debutantes.
The owner of Avalon O2 first discovered the curative powers of pure oxygen after a big night out in Las Vegas. A friend dragged her to an oxygen bar at The Venetian, where the life-giving gas restored her exhausted body, quelling the waves of nausea and unplugging the cranial jackhammer that had rendered her incapacitated.
The "bartenders" at Avalon O2 hope to serve up that same kind of relief with oxygen mixed with aromas such as peppermint for upset bellies, almond for slimming, or cherry for reliving a summer spent hiding in a produce truck. A writer for Thrillist said that these scented add-ins "allegedly enliven your brain's alpha waves, and at the very least smell better than you after a bender." As oxygen floods the lungs, massage treatments and other services soothe the outside of the body.
Feet are dipped into gorgeous, hand-hammered copper bowls filled with water and essential oils. This is what happens during pedicures at Zenity Spa, where they make each treatment experience unique. In this case, copper is used because it naturally kills germs and bacteria and helps to reduce the advent of pain and inflammation—the method is safer than many traditional pedicure chairs because there are no pipes or lunch leftovers in which bacteria and fungi can accrue. Besides nailcare services, the natural day spa offers other unique treatments including facials with organic skincare products, waxing services with a numbing spray to dull the pain, and Moroccan massages with mandarin and mango extracts.