At Pure Aesthetics Spa, licensed aesthetician Rebecca Trimble draws on her expertise in chemical peels and microdermabrasion to keep her patrons looking youthful. Trimble’s repertoire of skin-rejuvenating treatments also includes waxing, customized facials, and eyebrow tinting. Vegan facials are also available.
At Sorelle Spa Salon, custom facials infused with botanically derived Aveda and Bumble and bumble products target everything from blemishes to aging skin. Nail technicians, meanwhile, glaze fingertips with OPI or Shellac polish after dipping hands and feet in paraffin and exfoliating them with a gentle scrub. Sorelle Spa Salon's massage therapists prefer to relax tense back muscles with hot stones, a safe alternative to hot coffee mugs.
When the stylists at Hair Candy Salon & Spa look at a head of hair, they see nothing but stylish possibilities. Depending on the client, they might add streams of color with partial highlights, lengthen hair with extensions, or use keratin treatments to tame frizz and curls. Stylist Leslie Rosenau is one of these talented stylists, and is also a certified Redken specialist with extensive knowledge of the hair brand's color and styling product lines.
On the spa side, the team also helps nourish their clients' skin with more than a dozen facial treatments, including a therapeutic pumpkin mask with the same nutrients that keep jack-o'-lanterns from ever getting pimples. FDA-approved lasers are also a fixture here, used to prevent and reverse hair loss.
At Sass Beauty and Massage (formally Bloom Organic Body), pampering comes in many forms. It could be a soothing hot-stone massage, a pumpkin-enzyme peel, or eyelash extensions, to name only a few options. The talented team caters to both hair-removal and skincare needs with waxing services and a wide range of facials. Nails also get plenty of attention, with Shellac manicures, natural-nail buffs, and spa mani-pedis.