Village Health Spa believes in beauty by subtraction. Their massage therapists help clients stand up straighter by kneading away stress and strain and by promoting better circulation for the health of bodily tissues. Aestheticians use FDA-approved Intense Pulsed Light to remove unwanted hair anywhere below the brows by elevating the temperature of the follicle until it is safely destroyed or decides that it's had enough. Intense Pulsed Light technology unveils clear, smooth skin, and crystal-free microdermabrasion buffs away dead skin cells loitering on the surface of the face and gives packing orders to fine lines, brown spots, and other imperfections.
The aestheticians at Bare Body Sugaring harness the smoothing power of an all-natural sugar paste––made simply from lemon, sugar, and water––to eliminate unwanted hair at the root. Unlike waxing, which can strip away living skin, sugaring removes only the hairs and any dead skin cells, and is applied at room temperature, leaving no potential for burns. Hair is removed in the same direction that it grows to reduce breakage and irritation while ridding legs, underarms, and brow ridges of even the finest fuzz. The paste is also completely free of any dyes, chemicals, or artificial fragrances, and is even edible, making it the perfect solution for people who are tired of shaving the hair off their kiwi fruits before eating.
Michelle, a certified aesthetician and registered reflexologist, works hard to help her clients achieve both outer beauty and inner peace. She paints upper lips, arms, horns, and bikini areas with warm wax before swiftly evicting unwanted fuzz, and customizes facials to combat problematic skin conditions. During reflexology sessions, Michelle applies pressure with her hands to areas of the feet. Each trigger point corresponds with a specific part of the body and works to alleviate such ailments as tension headaches, back pain, digestive disorders, and arthritis.
Body sugaring practitioner and skin specialist Julie Persaud dove headfirst into the beauty business 15 years ago, pioneering gentle, sugar-based hair-removal techniques in a world more accustomed to wax and razors. Today, Persaud keeps her ever-growing clientele of women and men sweetly smooth with sugaring services conducted in private, comfortable quarters within Split Ends Salon. Sugaring begins with a cleansing of the skin and ends with a cooling spritz that calms discomfort, constricting hair follicles and making them think twice about chewing on the furniture. The process also exfoliates skin, leaving spring-break-bound physiques feeling as sleek as they look.