In U Love Massages' elegantly appointed private treatment rooms, talented aestheticians pamper bodies inside and out with head-to-toe pulchritude services. Insides feel refreshed after colon hydrotherapy and ionic footbaths, both of which pull toxins from the body to leave patrons feeling lighter than bubbles full of helium. Fa?ades get new looks after facials and body wraps, which utilize a carefully curated selection of sea salts, mineral-rich black mud, and Oxygen Botanicals skincare products, as well as hair coifing and massages.
If you've watched the Emmy Awards recently, you've seen the work of stylist Jason Ashkenazi, who can take credit for more than a few of that ceremony's celebrity 'dos. But long before Jason ever got close to famous tresses, he practiced his craft for years in New York and Los Angeles. Today, he continues to lend his talents to fashion events, editorial photo shoots, and secret Illuminati meetings attended by Hollywood's biggest stars.
Renewed Beauty broadcasts its main goal right there in its name. In other words, the stylists, aestheticians, and medical technicians all devote themselves to restoring their clients' youthful radiance from the top down. That explains why they offer such a wide swath of services, performing everything from haircuts and facials to Botox injections and wart removal procedures. They even fire up state-of-the-art lasers to rid body parts of unsightly hair, diminish the appearance of acne, and reenact their favorite scenes from Doctor Who. For those interested in maintaining renewed appearances at home, the medspa sells a host of skincare and haircare products from reputable lines such as Moroccan Oil and SkinCeuticals.
The Source greenly gussies up its guests, beautifying southern Arizonans and Mother Earth alike with an array of environmentally friendly spa and salon services, business practices, and products. Fledgling beauty buffs are enveloped in a soothing, scenic atmosphere while their digits are redecorated or their mug rejuvenated with Eminence Organics products during a mani-pedi or 60-minute anti-aging facial. The Source eponymously re-sources their resources via recycling and using repurposed furnishings and décor. Business with local vendors helps sustain the insular economy, and cosmetic products devoid of animal testing ensure that no dark and shadowy vibes are sent into the world on behalf of its salon and spa services.
As the Roxy behind Roxy Skin Care, Roxanne Rodriguez boasts more experience than the average aesthetician. Though she began her career working alongside physicians in med spas, she also spent nine years learning the ropes in the medical field, honing her clinical experience and determining whether or not ER was true to life. Today, Roxanne applies the knowledge she amassed to beautify skin with services including facials and chemical peels. Her freshly unveiled lactic acid resurfacer peel is one of her most powerful treatments, keeping hyperpigmentation and wrinkles at bay with the help of targeted microdermabrasion.
Pure Aesthetics Natural Skincare School is a school dedicated to aesthetic education with an emphasis on the use of nontoxic products. Founder and director Kaelen Johnson has worked in the health and med-spa industry since 1993. Formerly an educator for Essensa, an organic skincare line, Kaelen manifests her passion for discovering all-natural beauty products and for spreading awareness of holistic health practices through the operation of the educational center.
Here, students perform a full menu beauty services including facials, peels, body treatments, and waxing. Showcasing a contemporary, minimalist interior design with a color scheme of muted greys and browns, the eco-friendly facility features recycled-cork flooring, a bamboo reception desk, and hand-painted cotton muslin curtains.