Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Organic customized facials
Brands Used: Eminence Organics
Pro Tip: I am also joined with two other business associates: a massage therapist and iridologist.
Do you offer your customers any extra perks?
We offer complimentary water and provide magazines and books. On the way out, we offer mints.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
The best part of my job is that I can help someone feel better about their skin. I feel together with the clients' help, we can bring out the best skin possible.
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
[We provide] a quiet relaxing atmosphere with light spa music. Light decorations with blues and browns have a very natural vibe for a beautiful atmosphere.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
I love skincare and am very excited to share my knowledge. I will pay close attention to combine beauty and comfort to create a relaxing and rejuvenating atmosphere.
Ever since Carol Boulet received her aesthetics license in 1984, she's actively continued her studies under the tutelage of industry leaders and at skin-care conferences throughout North America. Boulet uses her ever-expanding expertise to craft personalized skin-care programs tailored to each client’s skin type, goals, and lifestyle. Programs incorporate a variety of treatments that rely on both brand-name products and a custom-blended line concocted by Boulet to match your skin's needs and combat blemishes, sun damage, and seasonally migrating eyebrows.
Amid the soothing cream- and mocha-hued palette of Montage Salon, stylists wield Paul Mitchell products as they brighten locks with highlights and single-process-color services. The talented staff also customizes facials with Dermalogica products and blends conditioning treatments to best match hair type. Inside private rooms, aestheticians shape eyebrows and remove unwanted hair with wax instead of a jet-engine-powered vacuum cleaner. The staff rounds out the pampering with Gelish manicures and paraffin dips.
Pat Smith spent 18 years as a registered nurse before trying her hand at skincare. So it's no surprise that she takes a clinical approach to each facial and peel, using the latest technology to treat skin issues at their source. During microdermabrasion treatments, Pat uses a mechanical wand to slough away the top layer of skin and reduce wrinkles. Gentle galvanic currents target acne-prone areas during mechanical facials, and nine types of chemical peels result in skin that's as smooth as a freshly shaved pumpkin.
Having battled skin issues for much of her young adult life, Rachel Kaye decided to take matters into her own hands. After becoming a licensed cosmetologist in 2004 and receiving a degree in aesthetics in 2010, she began working with a physician at a med spa, where she gained the confidence to strike out on her own. Today, Rachel offers a simple menu of skincentric services at UBR Massage & Wellness, including custom facials, microdermabrasion treatments, and waxing.
Dr. Joseph B. Neiman, a board-certified dermatologist with more than 30 years of experience to his credit, draws on training from New York University, the University of Tennessee, and Brown to treat the entire body. His background also includes hair restoration and nailcare. Together with a pair of trained nurse practitioners, he works over intense-pulsed-light units, hair-removal lasers, and other pieces of modern technology. In treatment rooms, the team also draws upon an arsenal of Botox, Radiesse, and other products to help patrons meet beauty goals without always having to give a fairy godmother rides to the airport.