Best of 2012: Editor's Choice- Best Place to Nourish Your Face

2012-05-20T00:00:00Z Best of 2012: Editor's Choice- Best Place to Nourish Your Face
May 20, 2012 12:00 am

Enter a World of Tranquility:

State of Mind facial services rejuvenate and nourish the skin

Skincare is changing at lightning speed, and like any profession, it's important to stay on top of what's available and how it works. This includes products as well as treatments including facials, peels and microdermabrasion.

At State of Mind Salon & Day Spa in Crown Point, highly-trained licensed estheticians have been helping clients maintain and improve the appearance of their skin for more than a decade.

State of Mind's signature facial services begin with an application of mud on the feet to relax, detoxify and nourish. As the serenity of the spa embraces you, an esthetician performs a thorough skin analysis in order to choose the best facial treatment that will help you meet your goals.

"Offering the more clinical skin correction is what sets us apart from our competition," Lori Glines, who has been with State of Mind for over 9 years, said. "We specialize in minimizing fine lines and wrinkles as well as treating more problematic skin like acne and acne scaring. That's where you get the results from special treatments including vitamin C or acne facials, banana or glycolic peels and microdermabrasion. Consumers are smart, they want results. They want to see and feel a difference."

For those new to skincare and pampering who may be unsure of their skin type or simply not satisfied with their current home skincare regimen, the professionals at State of Mind are especially helpful by offering a complimentary skin analysis, making it much easier to determine the best options for your skin.

"Because we offer such a unique experience, our client list has grown over the years to include a substantial following from northwest Indiana as well as Chicago," Pattie Kobe, who opened State of Mind along with her husband and business partner Tony in 1999, said. "In order to accommodate our guests that need evenings and weekends, we started staying open 7 days a week about 7 years ago.

"Coming up we are planning a special acne care workshop for teens and adults as well as a how-to style your hair boot camp where we'll be showing guests how to get the best results with the tools they have at home, we want them to actually bring everything they're using at home, and that's what we'll be working with," she said.

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