Restore Skin Therapy has been in business since June 2016. Two years ago, it moved to one of the barracks buildings in historic Fort Benjamin Harrison in Lawrence. Owner Breena Yates, an aesthetician, recently launched her own skin care line.
“I practice holistically. It’s a very different type of philosophy versus some of the other spas and places you can go,” the Lawrence resident said. “We have decided to grasp that holistic point of view, so we take a look at the mind, body and spirit and treat it that way.
“My philosophy is not to induce any inflammatory treatments to your skin, so we don’t do deep chemical peels.”
Restore Skin Therapy develops treatments to give clients results without causing excess inflammation. The business also offers massage therapy and has retail space. It also offers halotherapy, a therapy using salt, which is used for respiratory issues such as bronchitis, allergies and asthma.
Service prices are listed on Restore Skin Therapy’s website, restoreskintherapy.com.
Yates created her own skin care line eight months ago.
“Restore has its own branded skin care products,” Yates said. “It has been quite the labor of love and a lot of fun to do. We worked with a lot of different labs to create the right products for our business with different cleansers, treatment serums, brightening creams, firming creams. We have some acne products. I have worked on treatment serums for acne, moisturizers for acne, and we have our own sunscreen products, so we have a lot of variety of skin care products to cover all of our clients’ needs.”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Restore Skin Therapy has been closed but was scheduled to reopen June 1.