We all know a massage does the body good, but in reality it’s much more than an occasional indulgence. While once a staple at luxury spas or health clubs, professionals in all healthcare fields now tout the therapeutic benefits of a regular massage. These days you can find massage services offered in conjunction with clinics, corporations and even in shopping malls.
The Massage Therapist Is In
There’s a good reason why service providers that used to be called masseuses are now referred to — and licensed — as massage therapists.
As Front Desk Manager, Destini helps keep the spa organized and our clients happy. Sometimes it can be stressful and she knows just what Body Beautiful Spa service to indulge in…
“Give Yourself a Break”
“Massages are a great treat and a major stress relief. It’s nice to give yourself a break and I always feel so much better after having one.” – Destini
No matter what your job is, therapeutic massage should be part of your self-care and wellness plan. Read more about the different types of massage and the many benefits here, then schedule an
As we head into a week that includes Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, we’re bluntly reminded that Christmas and all the gift-giving joy that comes with it is right around the corner. No need to hyperventilate. We have it on good authority that Santa — not to mention most of the people on your list — heartily approves of gift certificates.
We’ve Got You Covered
A Gift Certificate at Body Beautiful Day & Med Spa is always a perfect fit, the right color, and definitely not a dust-catcher. In addition to being a thoughtful gift for that special someone
Retinoids, retinoic acid, retinol… there is so much information about these vitamin A weapons in the arsenal against aging that it can be confusing. Scientifically speaking, retinoids are a class of chemical compounds used in medicine for their ability to regulate epithelial cell growth. Epithelial cells form the tissue that covers our bodies.
Retinoic acid is the ingredient known for its anti-aging properties; the strength varies between prescription and over-the-counter alternatives. Retinol is the vitamin A derivative that dermatologists swear by. Chemically, it does the same thing as prescription retinoic acid, but may be gentler and take a little longer to see results. Pro-retinols are derived from retinol and are even more gentle, or weaker.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve — they’re all right around the corner. Are you busy making plans for family dinners, work parties, and other special celebrations? While it sounds fun, the truth of the matter is holiday get-togethers can be stressful.
Don’t Forget to Take Care of Yourself
Besides worrying about the turkey being too dry or the kids being bored over holiday break, we inevitably find ourselves in unexpected situations. Like meeting our ex’s new girlfriend over the mashed potatoes. Or networking at the company Christmas party in order to compete for a prime promotion. What kind of stuffing to make seems frivolous by comparison.
In this Ask Body Beautiful segment, Marlena answers a common question: Does Botox hurt? This is one of the most common questions from people who have never had Botox.
Botox is America’s #1 cosmetic procedure for a reason — it is a relatively inexpensive way to smooth wrinkles caused by hyperactive muscles for three to six months. Last year alone more than 12 million men and women looked younger with Botox. Botox was first approved by the FDA in 1989 to treat several neuromuscular conditions. In 2002, Botox was FDA-approved for cosmetic use. Since then, the FDA has also approved Botox for treating hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating) and migraine headaches.
In this Ask Body Beautiful segment, Marlena answers a common question: Is it too late for me? This is one of the most common questions people have. The answer is a resounding “No!, it’s never too late!” Even people in their 70s and 80s can look younger with Botox and Juvederm.
Botox smooths wrinkles caused by hyperactive muscles. It is America’s #1 cosmetic procedure, and it works at any age. Botox works by temporarily paralyzing hyperactive
Dr. Treen administers Botox treatments as well as fillers, hCG and bioidentical hormones, so she knows what she’s talking about when she shares her favorite spa service.
“Botox yields the most dramatic results with the least invasion. I also love that it’s preventive medicine. For me, it’s made a huge difference in my skin.” – Dr. Shannon Treen
Are you ready to join the millions of men and women who have tried Botox? It’s been more than a decade since the product has revolutionized the fight against wrinkles, lines and signs of aging. Learn more here,
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