The aestheticians at Spa in the Hollow believe in indulgence. Operating under the philosophy that life is "sweeter with a little instant gratification and self-indulgence," they've welcomed guests to their peaceful spa for over a decade. Visitors can begin their journeys in the Serenity Room, taking some light refreshment while basking in the glow of a fireplace. Then, for an elemental contrast, they might lie down beside a waterfall for a massage in the garden gazebo, set in a landscape that includes a pond landscaped with Eastern-style trees, rocks, and grasses. Drawing on a different kind of vegetation, mango or coconut lime pedicures soften feet as the hands cradle a complimentary cocktail designed to make their insides feel tropically smooth.
Synergy Fitness and Spa's attentive staff pampers the feet of client duos in side-by-side pedicures that leave pavement pounders buffed, moisturized, and artfully adorned with fresh coats of polish. The spa allows guests to bring their own bottles of wine from which to sip during the service, during which friends, couples, or rival cola-company executives sit back and relax for 45–60 minutes of feet-beautifying attention. Technicians spruce up nails and tidy cuticles before administering a sugar-scrub exfoliation and relaxing massage. After a moisturizing paraffin treatment, digit decorators then polish nails in the patrons' desired hues to match favorite colors or tie-dyed wedding gowns. Patrons receive these ministrations while perched on comfy, side-by-side European Touch thrones.
All About Massage and Wellness's licensed therapists unburden weary physiques and consciences with a slate of soothing rubdowns performed with eco-friendly products. Six kinds of massages and an online inventory of bath products and lotions help clients experience spa-grade treatments in their own bathtubs as well as the center's two locations. Four types of aromatherapy can compliment massages or infuse lotions with ingredients such as ylang-ylang or eucalyptus; these blends help unwind tense muscles or boost immune systems without having to disguise vitamins in a plate of orzo pasta.
Dr. Ted Steliotes and his friendly staff assuage dental anxiety with general and cosmetic dentistry performed in a luxurious spa. Lit by brilliant chandeliers, a soothing fountain quietly laps as patients sink into plush, marshmallow-lined chairs in Steliotes Dental Spa's relaxing waiting room. During the comprehensive dental exam, tooth technicians investigate oral interiors, gently poking with sanitized instruments to detect dental distress and to tickle laughing devices. A full series of intraoral x-rays helps pinpoint problems lurking beneath the smile's surface, uncovering cavities and screening for signs of oral cancer. A hand massage pampers tired paws during the thorough cleaning, as Dr. Steliotes and his team floss between teeth and scrub and rinse enamel to purge popcorn kernels, plaque, tartar, and residual orange peels from childhood soccer-game halftimes. Steliotes Dental Spa's mouth menders also consult patients on the spa's Botox and Invisalign treatments for no additional charge and welcome each visitor to soak up the indulgent ambience while sipping a beverage from the coffee and juice bar.
Ceiling fan blades spin overhead like propellers. Vintage plane replicas and old-timey photos flank Flyboyz' barbers on all sides as they administer sleek scissor cuts and precise hot lather shaves. The shop's services have also been given military titles, such as the flybaby for infants, the veteran for seniors, and the camo, named for this carefully disguised joke.
Laser technician Anna Hilborn helms IVR, which is located inside Cosmetic Solutions. Here, she aims to resolve problematic skin expediently and safely. Stubborn acne is controlled when met with advanced laser treatments. Lasers also gently remove unwanted body hair while entertaining clients with light shows set to the Eagles.