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$35 for a Custom Spa Facial (a $75 value)
Aesthetician Heather Kirtley uses rotating facial brushes to deeply cleanse pores, assisted by steam and hot towels. A gentle vacuum promotes circulation and cell regeneration before a facial massage dispels muscular tension. Next, she customizes a mask for her client’s skin type, and she concludes the service with moisturizer. During the treatment, hands bask in hot, melted paraffin that locks in hydration. A neck and shoulder massage exiles any lingering stress.
Part salon, part spa, and part fitness center, Sculpt Plus is manned by three teams of specialists adept in their fields. Salon-goers choose from hair- and nailcare menus or sit back as their skin is dusted with makeup and spray tan dispatched by a precise airbrush. Spa services include facials and peels, and for whole-body pampering, guests opt for hot-stone massages and all-over salt scrubs. Clients who wish to work on their interiors can exercise with a personal trainer or a group in a variety of fitness programs—including yoga and Pilates—tailored to different lifestyles and exercise goals. For example, Silver Sneakers programs get older adults in tiptop shape.