Downtown Cary skincare boutique treats beauty from the inside out.
After a 15-year stint as spa director for some of the country’s best resort spas and beyond, Amanda Laszacs took the plunge to move her family to the Triangle and open up her own Cary skincare boutique business, Natural Esthetics.
The local beauty destination uses pure plant-derived skin and body care. The spa bills itself as a “natural and organic skincare boutique,” offering an extensive esthetic service menu. The menu consists of facial treatments, microblading, lash extensions, waxing and more.
“Our treatments are result-oriented, but they aren’t overly invasive,” said Laszacs. “Our microcurrent treatment helps with the tone and firming of the skin. It does so by stimulating the muscles. We’re not doing that with injections. We’re doing it by working with the body.”
The boutique’s offerings are provided by Natural Esthetics’ small but mighty team They work diligently to provide a relaxing atmosphere for guests looking to be pampered and receive high quality treatments and service.
But to Laszacs, Natural Esthetics isn’t just about external beauty — her non-toxic based treatments are intended to promote overall wellness.
“People are conscientious about what they eat, but what you put on your body is absorbed and does affect you and your cellular makeup,” said Laszacs.
Lash extensions, one of the spa’s most popular services, are applied using only vegan and cruelty-free lashes, adhesive and remover. Products are curated with strict standards in mind. As a matter of fact, many of them contain eco-certified, organic, natural and plant-based ingredients.
The boutique offers an array of clean-based skincare and beauty for purchase. An example being handmade bath bombs made by the staff at Natural Esthetics as well as Durham based Lo & Behold Naturals, a skin and bodycare brand that’s made in small batches. Appointments can be booked online and by phone.