Signature Service: Body Contouring
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Minimum Age Requirement: 16
TrueBody Medspa's staff follows a simple philosophy: beauty begets confidence. They view their services as a way to give people confidence, whether they're zapping away hair with lasers, smoothing wrinkles with Dysport, or contouring the body. To make sure they stay up to date with the latest technologies in their field, they regularly work with plastic surgeons, medical consultants, and people from the future.
The trained and licensed experts at Hudson Aesthetics understand the value of doing one thing exceptionally well. With this goal at heart, they fire up LightSheer Diode devices for comfortable and cost-effective laser hair-removal treatments, so their clients can cease their endless waxing, shaving, plucking, and tweezing rituals. Unlike many of their competitors, they can use a combination of short and long pulses of near-infrared laser light in an effort to foster long-lasting results for clients of any skin type.
Awaken Wellness Fairs shed light on the latest trends in holistic healing with events and services spanning in-depth seminars, revitalizing bodywork, and life coaching. Intuitive readers sit down for one-on-one sessions that offer insight into personal problems or looming decisions, and bodywork professionals soothe physical distress with calming holistic treatments. The fairs also feature sundry vendors selling healing crystals and jewelry.
A board-certified surgeon and an experienced beauty and skincare specialist make up Alessi Medical Spa. They strive to get to know their clients, finding out aesthetic goals and suggesting appropriate treatments. Their medical services include mole removal and Botox injections, while their spa services include microdermabrasion and waxing.
Julianne Steiner readily admits that she can’t turn off her “beauty junkie” tendencies. When she meets someone new, she automatically homes in on their most striking features and brainstorms ways to accentuate them. As an aesthetician and a makeup artist, Julianne begins with skincare in creating her beauty masterpieces. Using the organic Jurlique line, she custom-blends facials, and, with Palomar wand in hand, unleashes waves of pulsed light on brown-spots or unwanted hair. Julianne also offers Brazilian waxing, using special wax that's suitable for sensitive skin, as well as chemical peels.
Once she liberates skin from spots and fuzz, Julianne can fully realize her artistic vision with the help of high-quality liners, shadows, and mascara. In addition to applying makeup, she also teaches lessons and helps clients rid their own cosmetic bags of unflattering or outdated products.
The aesthetician at Sedora Spa unites her knowledge of natural ingredients with modern technology to help compensate for the shortcomings of plant-based skin products and radios made from coconuts. Ultrasonic massage devices shimmy across the skin with 28,000 vibrations per second to help break down blackheads, dirt, and grease while boosting circulation. Elecro facials firm up drooping skin by gently stimulating the muscles of the face and dive under the skin to kill the bacteria that causes break-outs. This technology works alongside skillful blends of Dead Sea mineral masks and natural butters and oils.
The team at Sedora Spa devotes itself to clients’ comfort. Cookies, snacks, and tea in the reception area greet incoming guests. In the candlelit treatment areas, clients can pick between vanilla and lavender aromatherapy or simply enjoy the cherry-almond scent of everyday oxygen.