At Bellisima Salon & Day Spa, the aestheticians offer more than a dozen facials. There's one designed specifically for men, and another for teens. There's a pumpkin spice facial that minimizes fine lines and smells like fall. And during the hydration facial, the aesthetician soothes dry skin with aloe and rose hips, instead of taping a sprinkler to the client's forehead.
Facials are just one of the treatments in the team's arsenal of relaxing and beautifying treatments. However, the sheer number of facials illustrates the team's belief that no two clients are exactly alike—so the more choices, the better. In all their other services, from massages to permanent makeup to hairstyling, the experts offer a similarly wide array of options, and welcome requests for customization.
Susan Robertson knows the healing powers of Himalayan-salt lamps firsthand. As a child, Susan suffered from migraines, and found that using salt lamps in combination with meditation helped alleviate her pain. At Spiritual Quest, Susan shares Himalayan salt's therapeutic properties via an extensive inventory that includes not only salt lamps, but other wellness products, such as salt spices, skincare and massage formulas, and candleholders.
The practitioners at The Salt Studio are big believers in the healing powers of salt—so naturally, they incorporate it into the majority of their treatments. Massages, for example, might incorporate a custom blended scrub made of Himalayan pink salt and Dead Sea salts, whereas an organic facial might include sea salt exfoliation. Of course, many clients just come to relax in the salt therapy room, where the salt-infused air is believed to help bring relief to conditions ranging from allergies to eczema.