At La Casa Spa, the signature facial consists of multiple parts?cleansing exfoliation, extractions as needed, and a face and neck massage. The facials, meanwhile, incorporate products that amp up the skin's moisture barrier, keeping complexions vibrant through the colder months or too much time spent sitting in directly front of the air conditioner. The spa complements their facials with other services, too, from relaxing massages to eyelash extensions that add mascara-free drama to lashlines.
At Tangles Salon, a staff of stylists and aestheticians with highly specialized skills turn hair and skin into their canvas, decorating tresses with cuts and styles, color, curling techniques, and extensions. Makeup and eyelash treatments beautify, and nourishing masks and facials soothe faces, with packages for men also available.
Elements of Massage & Integrated Therapy’s experienced massage therapists loosen uptight muscles, utilizing a diverse repertoire of massage techniques to restore worn-out soul sacks to radiance. Inside the tranquil studio flooded with natural light, visitors recline on plush padded massage tables and unwind during a one-hour massage in their chosen style. A Swedish massage ($50–$65) takes aim at sky-high stress levels and achy muscles, employing gentle strokes to loosen up limbs, and deep-tissue massage ($50–$65) manipulates sore sinews with the unhurried and persistent pressure of rush-hour traffic with a much more desirable result. A sports massage ($50–$65) enhances athletic performance and speeds along recovery by promoting circulation, relaxing over-worked physiques, and limbering limbs for the next marathon or grueling chess-to-the-death match. Bamboo-fusion massage ($75) incorporates warmed shoots, rattan tools, and sensational essential-oil blends in careful rhythmic strokes, and a hot-stone session ($85) rubs comfortably warm, rounded rocks over the body for a stress-melting experience. After a corporeal rejuvenation, freshly limbered visitors collect a gift basket (a $45 value) stuffed full of bath salts, lotions, shower gels, and body scrubs ideal for a home spa day or treating the bathtub to a well-deserved solo soak.
He’s a massage therapist. She’s an aesthetician. Together, Richard and Anna Isenhour helm Body Arts Day Spa, where they treat clients to an extensive list of relaxation and beauty services. Anna conscripts an army of all-natural Bioelements products as she resurfaces skin with alpha-hydroxy peels, kills acne-producing bacteria, and frees men’s pores from ingrown hairs and lost golf balls. A soothing aromatherapy wrap envelops clients in an energizing antibacterial cocoon, and a blend of sea salt and powdered herbs exfoliates skin from head to toe. In the massage room, Richard sings tactile lullabies to tired muscles along with a chorus of nearly a dozen modalities, from soothing Swedish and hot-stone therapies to injury-specific sports and therapeutic massage. The duo also dispenses cosmetic services, including manicures and pedicures topped off with french-style polish, and full makeup applications and lessons.
Aesthetician Joanne Duval has seen her share of skin problems. Her 17 years of experience has taken her through the cosmetic-plastic-surgery and corrective-makeup fields to Sims Premier Fitness Spa, where she smoothes complexions with a range of skin treatments. Her signature service, body wraps, nurtures bodies by sloughing off dead skin cells and infusing the skin with moisture-rich ingredients designed to slow the aging process.