It's hard to believe a month has already gone by, but here we are! We hope you all had a wonderful January, and had a chance to take advantage of our monthly specials. If you didn't, don't worry: We have plenty of specials for you in February!

Just in time for Valentine's Day, His and Hers Chocolate Valentine facials, a simply unbelievable deal on TruSculpt, and be the first to book one of the seven slots we have available, so that you are a winner with our Cosmetic Injection Jackpot Special. Read more about each of these fantastic offers below.

February is filled with exciting days to celebrate. Superbowl 51 will be played on Sunday the 5th, with Valentine's Day not far behind on the 14th. If the man in your life is having trouble finding you a gift to show how much he loves you, drop him a hint or two about a Renew Esthetics gift card. ;)

After Valentine's Day it's Random Acts of Kindness Day on the 17th then National Drink Wine Day on the 18th, both of which are days we're looking forward to. Then, the month wraps up with Mardi Gras on the 28th. Talk about going out with a bang!

There's so much to do and look forward to in February and only 28 days to enjoy it all, so let's get to it!

We hope you have a fantastic February, and we'll see you all here at the spa!

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Gift Certificates

Gentlemen, Renew Esthetics is the perfect place to pamper your lady.
Come in for a beautifully gift wrapped certificate that she can use for a luxurious facial, or for a service of her choice.

And Ladies, don’t forget to pamper your men with a gift certificate! Our male clients love our Clarifying Back Treatment which is a cleanse, exfoliation, mask and moisturize, done with hot towels and cool hands.

Exquisite Chocolate Valentine Facials
the Entire Month of February

The pampering begins with a deep cleansing, exfoliation, chocolate mask and hydrating moisturizer for you and your special someone. Not only will you enjoy a glass of complimentary champagne, this Chocolate Facial comes with a relaxing facial massage, arm and hand massage, and a décolletage and scalp massage.
$75 for an individual or $140 per couple.

Cosmetic Injection Jackpot Special

We have seven slots available for BIG $$$ OFF. $100 off Xeomin (Botox equivalent), $50 off Belotero (excellent Vertical Lip Line Filler) and $100 off Radiesse (collagen inducing filler for Cheeks and Tear Troughs).
Don’t test your luck! Be one of the first seven to call 541-548-5262 to win the jackpot!

TruSculpt Deal of The Century

We have an incredible deal for you this month on TruSculpt. Buy one area of TruSculpt and get the second area half off. If that’s not enough, you can add on any one of these amazing treatments for an incredible deal on top of yet another incredible deal:
 -8 sessions of MicroCurrent Detoxifying Fat Removal for $440 (reg. $880)
 -8 sessions of Fit Wrap Weight Loss for $236 (reg. $472)
 -8 sessions of Synergie Cellulite Reduction for $300 (reg. $600)

RAC and Renew Esthetics Joint Specials

Renew Esthetics is excited to announce a partnership with Redmond’s premier gym facility: the Redmond Athletic Club, fondly known as the RAC by our locals. The RAC’s owner, Branegan Dixon, has kindly offered these February deals exclusive to Renew Esthetic’s Membership Clientele:
    -Zero enrollment fee on RAC memberships for Renew Members
    -$10 unlimited bed tanning throughout February for Renew Members
In return, Renew Esthetics is offering these February Specials to RAC Members:
    -Sugaring Hair Removal
     Silky Smooth and sexy legs for your Valentines Date
     Sugaring for RAC members is $45 (Regularly $60 for both legs)
    -Special Occasion Spray Tan for Your Sexy Valentine.
     RAC members: $15 (Regularly $30)
For the RAC men:
    Treat yourself (and your woman too, she’ll love your smooth back!) with
    a Back Clarifying Treatment: exfoliating, masking, moisturizing, and hot
    towel treatment for $40 (Reg $60)

Significant savings, exclusive offers, early access for specials,
VIP events, and much more.

Click on the image above to learn more about how a Renew Esthetics membership can help you look and feel your best all year round. 

"A woman without paint is like food without salt."- Roman philosopher, Plautus.

Throughout the ages, people all around the globe have used various forms of cosmetics -- though not cosmetics that would be recognizable to us today -- to enhance their beauty and to promote good health. Cosmetic usage throughout history can be indicative of a civilization's practical concerns such as protection from the sun, an indicator of social class, or of its conventions of beauty. The timeline below gives a brief abut fascinating history of cosmetics usage, beginning with the ancient Egyptians over 12,000 years ago:

10,000 BC
Men and women in Egypt use scented oils and ointments to clean and soften their skin and mask body odor. Cosmetics become an integral part of Egyptian hygiene and health. Oils and creams are used for protection against the hot Egyptian sun and dry winds. Myrrh, thyme, marjoram, chamomile, lavender, lily, peppermint, rosemary, cedar, rose, aloe, olive oil, sesame oil, and almond oil provide the basic ingredients of most perfumes that Egyptians use.

4000 BC
Egyptian women apply galena mesdemet (made of copper and lead ore) and malachite (bright green paste of copper minerals) to their faces for color and definition. They employ a combination of burnt almonds, oxidized copper, different colored coppers ores, lead, ash, and ochre -- together called kohl -- to adorn the eyes in an almond shape. Women carry cosmetics to parties in makeup boxes and keep them under their chairs.

3000 BC
The Chinese people began to stain their fingernails with gum arabic, gelatin, beeswax, and egg. The colors used represent social class: Chou dynasty royals wear gold and silver, with subsequent royals wearing black or red. Lower classes are forbidden to wear bright colors on their nails.
Grecian women paint their faces with white lead and apply crushed mulberries as rouge. The application of fake eyebrows, often made of oxen hair, is also fashionable.

1500 BC
Chinese and Japanese citizens commonly use rice powder to make their faces white. Eyebrows are shaved off, teeth painted gold or black and henna dyes applied to stain hair and faces.

1000 BC
Grecians whiten their complexion with chalk or lead face powder and fashion crude lipstick out of ochre clays laced with red iron.

100 AD
In Rome, people put barley flour and butter on their pimples and sheep fat and blood on their fingernails for polish. In addition, mud baths come into vogue, and some Roman men dye their hair blond.

300-400 AD
Henna is used in India as a hair dye and in mehndi, an art form in which complex designs are painted on to the hands and feet, especially before a Hindu wedding. Henna is also used in some North African cultures.

1200 AD
As a result of the Crusades, perfumes are first imported to Europe from the Middle East.

1300 AD
In Elizabethan England, dyed red hair comes into fashion. Society women wear egg whites over their faces to create the appearance of a paler complexion. Yet, some thought cosmetics blocked proper circulation and therefore posed a health threat.

1400 - 1500 AD
In Europe, only the aristocracy use cosmetics, with Italy and France emerging as the main centers of cosmetics manufacturing. Arsenic is sometimes used in face powder instead of lead.
The modern notion of complex scent-making evolves in France. Early fragrances are amalgams of naturally occurring ingredients. Later, chemical processes for combining and testing scents supersede their arduous and labor-intensive predecessors.

1500-1600 AD
European women often attempt to lighten their skin using a variety of products, including white lead paint. Queen Elizabeth I of England was one well-known user of white lead, with which she created a look known as "the Mask of Youth." Blonde hair rises in popularity as it is considered angelic. Mixtures of black sulphur, alum, and honey were painted onto the hair and left to work in the sun.

1800 AD
Zinc oxide becomes widely used as a facial powder, replacing the previously used deadly mixtures of lead and copper. One such mixture, Ceruse, made from white lead, is later discovered to be toxic and blamed for physical problems including facial tremors, muscle paralysis, and even death.
Queen Victoria publicly declares makeup improper. It is viewed as vulgar and acceptable only for use by actors.

1900 AD
In Edwardian Society, pressure increases on middle-aged women to appear as young as possible while acting as hostesses. Increased, but not completely open, cosmetic use is a popular method of achieving this goal. Beauty salons increase in popularity, though patronage of such salons is not necessarily accepted. Because many women are loathe to admit that they needed assistance to look young, they often entered salons through the back door.


Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Zucchini

Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Zucchini is a fantastic one pan meal that the family will love! The chicken is so tender and breaded with an amazing parmesan garlic crust and the zucchini is sautéed in a delicious buttery parmesan garlic! Makes four servings.

  1. In a large skillet over medium heat melt 2 Tablespoons butter. To make the chicken: Melt remaining 4 tablespoons of butter in a shallow dish. In another shallow dish combine bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, and flour. Dip the chicken in the butter and then coat in the bread crumb mixture and place in skillet.
  2. Cook on each side for about 3-4 minutes until the outside is crispy and the chicken is cooked throughout. Set aside on plate.
  3. Add 2 Tablespoons of butter back to the skillet and saute the minced garlic for a minute. Add the zucchini to the skillet and saute until tender. Salt and pepper to taste and add some 1 Tablespoon parmesan. Add the chicken back to the skillet and heat for a minute or so. Serve immediately.
  • 2 Chicken Breasts, sliced in half, or 4 thin chicken breasts
  • 8 Tablespoons butter, divided
  • ½ cup Italian Bread Crumbs
  • ½ cup plus 1 Tablespoon grated parmesan, divided
  • ¼ cup flour
  • 2 medium zucchini, sliced
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced

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