Led by Dr. Lydia Savic-Durnas, the skilled technicians at True Laser use Candela GentleLase and GentleYAG lasers for hair removal and collagen-stimulating skin-rejuvenation treatments. They calibrate the laser's wavelength to suit either purpose, and a cooling device spritzes skin with cryogen immediately after the laser's pulses to make treatments more comfortable for clients.
But not all of True Laser's services are laser-based. Aestheticians polish away dead and dull skin with microdermabrasion treatments, using pure baking-soda crystals—rather than the more commonly used aluminum oxide—to avoid unnecessary skin irritation. They also stock glo therapeutics skincare products—infused with vitamin C and ultrafine fairy dust—for facials tailored toward each client's needs, and they administer facial peels to target signs of aging.
At Electrolysis Clinic & Laser, Teri Wians and Liz Sterk marshal the focused power of light and science to bring about dramatic aesthetic change. The center's LightSheer laser system harnesses laser-light energy to noninvasively zap the follicles, closing down hair production in the same way the FDA closed down the Broadway hit, Mountain of Unrefrigerated Raw Meat: The Musical. Alternatively, electrolysis treatments target stubble of any hue—including blond, gray, and red—and erase it with a combination of high-frequency heat and magic.
Velvet Waxing Studio's team of expert aestheticians de-fuzz ladies and gentlemen with a slew of services that employ high quality soft and hard waxes. A Velvet Rio treatment sculpts netherfuzz into seductive shapes, expunging more hair than a standard bikini wax by edging follicular forests an inch in from the panty line and down from the top. Alternatively, an eyebrow wax finalizes a hairy brow separation in which both parties split custody of the glabella. Clients can sip on cool refreshments while reclining on a burgundy velvet couch amid antique accents and pale walls. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
At Laser Plus Skin Care, certified licensed electrologist Kathleen Kundert draws on 33 years of experience to remove unwanted hair, age spots, broken capillaries, and fine facial veins. Wielding her Aestehra PPx laser, she administers future-forward aesthetic treatments that combine pneumatic energy with broadband light. The clinically-proven procedures provide a permanent hair removal solution. In addition to her laser services, Kathleen offers electrology, health and wellness consulting, and personal training.
While Kathleen tends to clients, her supporting team further beautifies faces and physiques with Aesthera products. The Aesthera IPL's versatile beams combine pneumatic energy and broadband light to remove unwanted stubble and reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, age spots, redness, and fine veins on the face. The center also employs Aesthera's Isolaz deep-pore laser therapy to alleviate numerous types of acne.
Licensed aesthetician Marie Cerrajero brings a wealth of experience in the art of beautification and skincare to her focused, one-on-one spa. Previously the owner of Escape du Monde in Fitchburg, Marie opted to scale down the size of her practice so that she could administer more custom services to each client, such as the herbology body texturizer, European facials, or Brazilian waxes. Throughout each skincare service, Marie spritzes clients with professional Dermalogica products. These products eschew all irritants, oils, and alcohols that can cause the skin to break out or the skin’s owner to break out in song in court. Patrons can continue their skincare regimens at home by shopping Marie’s shelves, which she stocks with the full Dermalogica line.
The threading experts at The Brow Boutique specialize in threading—a hair-removal method that originated in Southeast Asia and India more than 2,000 years ago. At the beauty salon, the techs roll a special cotton thread over areas of the face and neck to remove unwanted hair and sculpt brows. Afterward, they spread a cooling aloe-vera gel on the treatment area to soothe skin. Clients with sensitive skin often prefer threading to waxing and tweezing. For an informative video on threading, click here.