Get a LASIK treatment from Dr. Nilesh Sheth (who has treated Celtics players!), or stop by Bangs of Boston for a frizz-taming keratin treatment, great for curly girls like me.
I can’t imagine not having crazy curls. But if you need a break from yours, try Bangs of Boston’s hair-smoothing keratin treatment, which can shut down frizz and loosen tight curls. Those on good terms with their texture can get a haircut or highlights instead.
Being at Mozi Foot Spa is like being at home—only better. As you lounge in a cushy armchair in front of a flat-screen TV, massage therapists set to work soaking, steaming, and massaging your feet. If you’d rather get a full-body treatment, opt for massage in a choice of three styles: Swedish, deep-tissue, or hot-stone.
If it’s your first time having laser hair removal and you’re freaked out about the whole laser thing, you can be sure to settle any concerns during the preservice consultation. And ABEO’s handheld equipment can reach plenty of awkward spots, like the back and bikini line.
If Ron Swanson built a nail salon, this is what it would look like. Curved wooden beams stretch across the ceiling, and planks of different colors alternate on the floor. Ron would likely be impressed with the hardy quality of the gel manicure, too, which lasts for weeks.
Dr. Nilesh Sheth’s 12,000 surgical clients have included senators and Celtics players, and he’s treated them all with a combination of a Microkeratome instrument and lasers. His process corrects everything from nearsightedness to astigmatism, and most clients report that their vision improves to 20/20 (or better) within a day.