On the Side Day Spa pampers its clients with natural products and holistic spa and nail services in a peaceful, serene environment. Masterful muscle-workers revive worn-out bodies during a one-hour mojito hot-towel massage. The experienced, licensed therapists gently stretch overtaxed muscles and joints to relieve pain in trouble spots before mummifying clients in minty-lime-scented towels. Tired, achy lower limbs can opt for a rejuvenating foot treatment and pedicure. A trained nail tech sloughs off dry skin with a brown-sugar-coconut scrub, slathers on a pineapple-papaya mask, and finishes with a coconut-pineapple massage. After a hot-towel wrap, lazy legs will be energized and ready to take on another day of work carrying their owner. Polished piggies can step out confidently in flip-flops to show off bright coats of chartreuse tangerine or vermillion pink.
G.M. Florino, M.D. serves as the medical director of Westfield Laser Skin Care, where skin-care concerns are treated with advanced technology. The treatments offered span from spider vein treatments to skin tightening to sun damage correction, as well as reduction of fine lines, pores, and wrinkles, all benefitting from the practice's state-of-the-art equipment. For instance, Westfield Laser uses two types of laser devices during laser hair removal treatments in order to treat all skin types and tones. Dr. Florino determines beforehand which laser works best for clients. Westfield Laser Skin Care also offers dermal fillers in order to erase signs of aging such as wrinkles or tree rings.
Salon 1100’s fire-engine-red wall signals to customers that its stylists aren’t afraid of making bold statements. But whether clipping innovative or classic cuts, they make sure to stay in line with each client's vision and comfort level. The stylists also add length with extensions, brush on all-over color or highlights, and straighten unmanageable locks with Brazilian blowouts. All the while, they incorporate Scruples and Arrojo products, which clients can purchase to recreate looks at home or while stuck at a four-way stop sign.