Skin looking a bit lackluster lately? Hit up these experts for a little TLC.
Best of Both Worlds
The crew at 3000BC combines cutting-edge techniques with products rich in essential oils to give each treatment some serious punch. Need a wake-up call? The computerized skin analysis will definitely scare you straight.
Juju Spa & Organics searches far and wide for the best organic skin care lines. Sensitive types, take note: These facials do the trick without leaving you red faced and raw. We recommend Renee Morrison — she leaves us glowing every time.
With years of experience, Milla Waldman of Studio M believes in a customized approach. She’ll review your skin situation, then dip into her selection of top-notch lotions and potions from around the world. Expect a heavy dose of extractions as she goes to town on every last blemish.
Lap of Luxury
If you’re looking for the royal treatment, head to the Four Seasons Hotel. Request an appointment with Desiree McGrath, whose porcelain complexion will have you vowing to give up booze, late nights, and basking in the sun. Bonus: A post-treatment dip in the posh pool will make you feel like a queen (until you get back to your studio apartment).
There’s a reason why Rescue Rittenhouse Spa’s Danuta Mieloch racked up the accolades. A former nurse, she knows beauty starts from the inside out. After inquiring about your stress level and diet, Mieloch will suggest vitamins and foods to nourish your skin. Plus, her combination of old-world practices and modern methods make for a truly standout service.
Photo: Courtesy of 3000BC
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