From the comforts of peaceful treatment rooms dressed in soft sea-foam-green walls, a friendly and knowledgeable therapist will guide your tootsies into a teeny tank of bio-energy-infused water or your whole person into an Alpha 33 relaxation capsule. During detoxifying foot soaks, electro-magnetic energy within the bath mingles with foreign materials in the body, drawing out toxins, chemicals, radiation, pollution, synthetics, and other yuckies via the 2,000 or so pores in the feet. The water actually changes colors (from clear to a rusty brown) as toxins are expelled, providing a painterly visual of the purification process that is taking place. The elimination of toxins can have many health benefits, including boosting the immune system, maintaining a fit metabolism, normalizing blood pressure and circulation, relieving allergies, improving sexual health, and reducing physical pain.
Following in her mother?s footsteps, Julia of Julia?s Beautique & Skin Care began her now nearly 30-year career at a dermatologist?s office in her native Russia. There, she learned the ins and outs of dealing with acne and other skin problems. She then moved to Israel to add to her arsenal of skills by training in European skincare. Today, Julia lives and works in LA, where she practices her own approach to skincare that combines her experience with problem skin and her mastery of European skincare techniques. She treats men, women, and teens with facials that battle acne and aging, and she also rejuvenates skin using Holy Land products. Beyond her 15 specialty facials, Julia also caters to clients' unwanted hair with body waxing and threading.
The aesthetically minded technicians at Maya Medical Center perform treatments that marry beauty with science, including laser hair and vein reductions, facials forged from high-quality skincare agents, and all-natural spray tans. Performed in cozy treatment rooms with pastel-hued walls and effects such as leopard-print blankets, each service undergoes personal tailoring based on the client's cosmetic goals and shoe size on the planet Jupiter.
Gregory Dylan, founder and namesake of Gregory Dylan Beauty, has 20 years of experience refreshing skin and selling top-of-the-line beauty products as a professional and consultant in the beauty industry. His expert counsel has been employed by television shows including ShopNBC and The Beauty Show.
At his West Hollywood spa, he treats skin with a blend of traditional European techniques and new chemical treatments. Whether brightening skin with facials or diamond-tip microdermabrasion, Gregory brings the sunny disposition and charm that has lent him success on television to every service, putting smiles on faces alongside stylish makeup.
A complete medical spa dedicated to rejuvenating, resurfacing, and refreshing the skin of its clients, DermaPhil Laser and Skin Care Center offers safe and effective cosmetic treatments. Customers can bare their hairs to a laser’s all-consuming glory and walk away in a state of ecstatic epilation. Fry the fur from a pair of small body areas, such as noses and brow middles (both are $45 per treatment), or combine one small area—the ears, for example ($45 per treatment)—with a medium-sized body section such as the upper or lower back ($200 per treatment). If you’d rather focus the hair-reductive forces of all half-dozen sessions on one large area, pave the entirety of your arms ($200 per treatment) or scrub your chest and abs ($300 each treatment) until your torso gleams like a recently showered dolphin.
After graduating from Cornell University, Dr. Brian Evans established a practice in California in the hopes of evolving cosmetic surgery results from the "operated" look of the past to more dramatic yet natural transformations. He bolsters youthful looks with cosmetic surgeries such as implants, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty, and he has appeared as a cast physician on the E! Network's Dr. 90210. He and his team can beautify clients with nonsurgical procedures such as laser hair removal and laser skin rejuvenation, and they also treat patients with dermatological ailments such as acne, abnormal pigmentation, or having the same fingerprints as Al Capone.