Facials for Every Skin Type
Whether your skin is oily, pimply, flaky, or just lacking a certain radiance, professional facials can help. A facial can minimize enlarged pores, reduce breakouts, heal acne scars, and rehydrate your skin. Plus, they make you (and your neck and shoulders) feel absolutely marvelous.
Banish Unwanted Hair
Tired of shaving? There are easier ways to get rid of your stray hairs—either for the next few weeks or for ever. Here's what you need to know about laser hair removal, electrolysis, and if you like to stick with the basics, waxing.
The Golden Glow
How to get that tanned look without exposing your skin to UVA and UVB rays that can wrinkle your skin and increase the likelihood of developing skin cancer? Try a professional spray tan. Bonus: Spay tan technicians can even "contour" your body so your muscles appear more defined.
Cleopatra'd Kill for These Lashes
Women (and men) have aspired to full, fluttering lashes for millennia—even the ancient Egyptians and Romans darkened their eyelashes with kohl. Today, you can choose treatments ranging from eyelash perms and eyelash extensions to Latisse, a topical solution that helps eyelashes grow longer and thicker.
Tresses Get Gorgeous
Do you prefer your hair long and straight? Or blond and beachy? Consult Zeel's guides to hair extensions, hair highlights, Japanese hair straightening, and Keratin hair straightening (also called Brazilian blowout).
You can loofah yourself in the privacy of your own bathtub, but wouldnâ€™t it be so much lovelier to have someone give you a body scrub in a spa? They can exfoliate, moisturize and revitalize your skin. They can reach your back too.
It's a Wrap
Cocooning yourself in a body wrap may make you feel like a mummy, but it may also stimulate circulation and ultra-moisturize your skin. Pick your potion: mud, salt, algae, seaweed, caffeine, chocolate, shea butter, or honey?
Makeup That's Permanent
Permanent makeup, also called micropigmentation, is a godsend for women tired of painstakingly reapplying eyeliner—or lining their lips, or drawing in their eyebrows—every morning.