The team of licensed aestheticians at The Skin and Body Spa has a variety of ways to help guests relax and feel pampered. They massage physiques in styles from Swedish and deep tissue to reflexology. The relaxing heat of hot stones helps melt away stress, while sport massages help athletes return to peak performance. They also polish nails during manicures and pedicures, and tend to lashes during eyelash extensions. For facials they have one strict rule: no pore-clogging ingredients are allowed near a client's face, leading to facials that incorporate ingredients from seaweed to electrical pulses. The spa-style organic seaweed facial hydrates skin and fights off acne with the same ingredient that keeps sea life blemish-free. The anti-aging ultrasonic facial, on the other hand, minimizes wrinkles with pulses of microcurrents, which prompt the skin to produce more collagen.
At Zeba, which translates as the Persian word for beauty, aestheticians introduce a few Asian pampering techniques to its American clients, including threading, persian-cold-wax treatments, and henna tattooing. Its stylists work to find each customer's ideal brow shape and carefully remove the rest through the ancient practice of threading. Hair's also removed using persian cold wax on larger areas. And artists create beautiful designs using henna, which can last up to a few weeks.
In a stately studio flanked by white crown molding and sleek black fixtures, the stylists of Suesie's Beauty Salon create relaxing, elegant transformations for their clients. To fashion these hair masterpieces, they draw on an arsenal of products from Kemon, a European color line that is ammonia and PPD free, and Jellua, a squid-ink-based shampoo and conditioner. Artistic cuts that match clients’ hair type and personalities give way to personalized beauty lessons, in which stylists teach clients techniques to keep their new ‘dos looking salon quality at home. For an even bigger metamorphosis, the experts can apply smoothing keratin treatments or vibrant color. They also offer an array of spa services, which range from mani-pedis and waxing sessions to facials and eyelash extensions.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: All Spa and Hair services
Brands Used: Image Skincare,Blinc,Moroccainoil,Paul Mitchell and more
Pro Tip: If possible please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
When and how did you first develop a passion for your work?
Being a skilled "Brow Artist" and a "Medical Aesthetician" of a vast experience of fifteen years and extensive education (Internationally and nationally), I can proudly say that I give people their best Eyebrows and Skin they ever had.
I bring passion for this art "THREADING" with fifteen years and above experience and skill which is professionally done, personally tailored approach according to each client's bone structure, eye shape and hair type.
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
Our interior decor can best be described as "approachable chic." We have a modern design and feel, without the pretentious extras. When you arrive, our desk concierge will offer you a fresh cup of coffee or an indulgent glass of wine. Our atmosphere is friendly, relaxing, and welcoming to all of our guests.
Dr. Lisa Hatzos, owner of Renew MediSpa, has been enhancing appearances with nonsurgical aesthetic treatments since 2005. These knife-less procedures include beauty injections that tame wrinkled muscles or restore fullness to deflated features, as well as microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Dr. Hatzos and her team use lasers to zap unwanted body hair, tighten lax skin, and swat menacingly at spider veins. Velashape treatments, meanwhile, smooth cellulite and contour the body. Some of the more traditional spa offerings available at this modern facility include cleansing facials and mani-pedis.
No matter how deeply Nicole and David DeRosa dive into the world of beauty, they always look to one thing for inspiration: family. Their spa's name itself is a combination of Nicole's and her sister Jolene's—but that doesn't mean the DeRosas define family by blood alone. Nearly 70 stylists and aestheticians fit under that umbrella term, giving spa nijoli & salon a homey feel while drawing upon a diverse array of talents rather than just one uncle who claims he can fix a hairdryer. And the summation of such experience is a well-rounded spa that Boston Magazine crowned Best of Boston in 2011 and 2012.
The family feeling is infectious. Guests wandering into spa nijoli & salon sink into the warmth of autumnal tones and antique furniture that play on their nostalgia while massage therapists oust stress and skin technicians return a youthful glow to their face. To keep spa escapes from being dominated by children running around everywhere, spa nijoli & salon offers a daycare service through the neighboring Latitude Sports Club.