Skin is the main focus at Blossom Spa, where medical aestheticians use a combination of laser technology and organic products to smooth out surfaces. During hair-removal treatments, they zap unwanted strands with laser energy or whisk them away with wax. Bi-polar radio frequency and optical energy come to the aid of uneven complexions amid skin-rejuvenation treatments. The team also performs facials and chemical peels, the latter of which aims to boost collagen production and diminish age spots.
Nancy Kilgore of Bay Area MedSpa knows how to help her clients melt fat—and she has multiple laser certifications, merit badges, and balloons to prove it. She aids them in trimming inches from their physiques, minimizing belly girth, slimming waists, and tightening necks. To do this, she recommends three treatments per week for three to six weeks beneath her Lapex 2000 BCS LipoLaser paddles
The experienced technicians at Renewal Skincare are dedicated to fighting the effects of age on skin, performing custom, noninvasive facials whose results mimic that of a face-lift. To do this, they apply colored LED light therapy to acupuncture points and stimulate skin rejuvenation with noninvasive microcurrents to ward off indicators of age such as wrinkles that spell out your birth year. This treatment encourages collagen production, diminishes breakouts and blemishes, boosts skin firmness, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and scars.
An enthusiastic and passionate stylist, Michol approaches each client with their individuality in mind. That’s why he keeps 93 colors always within reach, mixing and matching to create subtle hues and shine that belong solely to the client he’s working on. Having trained under Thomas LaDage, a platform artist that performed demonstrations at industry shows, he understands how to work with complex treatments to create the right look that flatters clients’ facial symmetry, complexion, eye color, or the vase their hand is currently stuck in. When performing services such as updos or chemical straightening, he also relies on his knowledge and expert application of hair products from brands such as Paul Brown, which are made with Hawaiian plants and flowers that contain healing and replenishing properties.
After graduating from Hands-On Therapy School of Massage in 2005, Sara Allen opened her own Angel Touch Massage Studio. In the comfort of a private room, Sara can ease chronic tension with flowing Swedish stokes, hot-stone therapy, as well as relaxing aromatherapy bodywork. Sports massages are also available to temper injuries incurred while attempting to play soccer with a bowling ball.