Spa Catawba is bringing a full range of skincare enhancement, relaxation and wellness options to Port Clinton. Located in the Knoll Crest Shopping Plaza at 3981 E. Knoll Crest Dr., the new spa owned by Stephanie Sprenger has treatments to enhance your appearance, improve your wellness, or to simply seek relaxation.
“Spa Catawba is the natural choice for organic skin care, enhanced aesthetic procedures and body therapy services,” said Sprenger. “I can help both men and women with any skin care concerns they might have, whether it is anti-aging, wrinkles, sun spots and freckles, acne or a facial to make your skin look much younger.”
The spa features massage therapy, but its long list of treatments goes well beyond the typical massage. Body therapy also includes polarity therapy, a holistic practice used in alternative medicine, to reflexology and aroma therapy using essential oils to create a feeling of overall wellness.
“We offer facial treatments, chemical peels and specialty treatments, such as dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, nano-infusion treatment and skin irregularities removal,” said Sprenger.
The spa is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 419-341-4540 for an appointment. Sprenger can arrange appointments for Saturday and evening treatments.
Sprenger relies on Eminence Organic Skin Care products, which have been pioneers of the organic skin care movement since 1958. Eminence products meld herbal craftsmanship, skin rejuvenation techniques unique to Hungary and hand-picked ingredients to craft natural, organic and Biodynamic skin care that is good for the earth and good for the skin.
Sprenger and her husband, Albert, live on Catawba Island and are avid boaters. The outdoor life that the Sprengers, and so many others in the area, enjoy all summer long is a major reason for the need of skin therapy.
“Only about 10 percent off aging skin can be attributed to genetics,” said Sprenger. “The rest of the skin problems can be attributed to our environments. The damage is often caused by sun, wind and water, and needs to be treated.”