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The cosmetic clinicians at Essentially Bare rely on a combination of lasers and pharmaceutical-grade products to correct a range of skin issues. Their Lumenis laser has cleared hair from more than 8,000 clients and a dozen former werewolves, and the Q-switched Spectra lasers can erase unwanted tattoos in half the normal amount of treatments required and in shorter intervals between treatments than traditional laser tattoo removal. Additionally, the Spectra lasers effectively target most ink colors, resulting in a significantly lightened or completely erased tattoo in a short time frame.
Before administering any treatments, staff members demonstrate their commitment to personalized care by thoroughly analyzing clients' skin. Essentially Bare also provides physician-only skin care with peels and facials featuring professional brands, such as Obagi, SkinCeuticals and Image Skincare, to ward off wrinkles, redness, and acne. Overall, they offer a wide variety of services such as laser hair removal, Botox and fillers, IPL photo facials, spider vein removal, and more.
The practitioners at Skin Spa Clinic want guests to feel as comfortable as if they were still at home, so they deck the studio with domestic touches. The treatment tables, for example, more resemble high-end couches, inviting visitors to relax atop embroidered pillows and ultrasoft fringed blankets woven from clumps of cloud nine. As clients sink into these creature comforts, technicians focus on their specialties of laser hair removal and photorejuvenation treatments that combat everything from facial wrinkles to leg veins. Some services, such as the acne treatment and MedFacials, combine light and radiofrequency energy, giving clients two forms of therapy with less overall energy output. This in turn lessens the risk of skin damage. Skin Spa Clinic's staff also enhances façades with nonlaser treatments, such as microdermabrasion and peels.
Newbury Electrology founder Deborah Kennedy holds a degree in Medical Electrology. But she also understands that self-confidence often begins where blemishes end. Deborah uses electrolysis and results-oriented skincare treatments to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder beauty and confidence. Electrolysis, the marquee service, is an FDA-approved hair-removal treatment that stops hair growth at the root, thereby preventing unwanted growth on the face, body, or lucky rabbit's foot. The skin care specialist also offers DermaSound ultrasonic treatments improving fine lines and wrinkles, acne and rosacea, rendering skin smooth and unblemished. In 20 years of business, Newbury Electrology has expanded its menu of treatments to also include custom blend foundation, creating just the right combination for your skin tone and type.
"Diversity in style" is the catchphrase that perfectly personifies Salon 2, where the multitalented staff members each boast a particular talent or styling niche. Color experts and press and curl aficionados work side by side with eyelash extensionists and waxing specialists, ensuring each and every bodily thread is well tended to. Other salon professionals are masters at sewn-in extensions, braids, or keratin treatments, and an in-house barber is even available to style mohawks and fades or erase five-o'clock shadows with straight-razor shaves or fuller beards built out of cotton balls.
After 1,200 grueling hours of training in skincare and waxing, Lyndyn honed her talents to the point that awestruck clients dubbed her "queen of painless Brazilian waxing." Today, she and her staff at The Waxing Studio strive to live up to her reputation with a slate of waxing services for men and women. Apart from their lauded Brazilian waxing, the beautifiers also add arches to bushy brows with wax or tweezers and groom masculine sideburns or backs within a studio cleaner than the emissions from a power plant fueled by dreams.