INTERACTIVE MAP: Unwind at these 16 Northwest Austin spas

These Northwest Austin spas offer more than a standard manicure and pedicure. This list highlights a few key services, including more intensive med spa procedures, which require providers to have additional training.

Balanced Health & Beauty
13343 N. US 183, Ste. 230, Austin • 512-913-7007 •
Services: facials, med spa procedures

Beau Petit Ange
13740 N. US 183, Bldg. N, Ste. 6, Austin • 512-964-3051 •
Services: facials, waxing

Breeze Salon & Day Spa Austin
10515 N. MoPac, Ste. A105, Austin • 512-372-1080 •
Services: mani/pedi, facials

Glo Med Spa
11917 Oak Knoll Drive, Austin • 512-336-7546 •
Services: facials, waxing, massage, med spa procedures

Glow Spa & Wax House
7739 Northcross Drive, Ste. E, Austin • 512-840-1080 •
Services: facials, waxing, massage

13343 N. US 183, Ste. 124, Austin • 512-461-9970 •
Services: facials, waxing, massage

Jeffrie Ann Chambers Skin Care
9333 Research Blvd., Ste. 15, Austin • 512-222-8444 •
Services: facials, waxing

Luxe Body Spa
3921 Steck Ave., Ste. A117, Austin • 512-750-6080 •
Services: med spa procedures

Massage Sway
11011 Domain Drive, Ste. 124, Austin • 512-873-0999 •
Services: facials, massage

Organic Spa Massage & SkinCare
12850 Research Blvd., Austin • 512-627-7243 •
Services: facials, waxing, massage

Serenity Creek Med Spa
8900 Shoal Creek Blvd., Ste. 300, Austin • 512-419-0303 •
Services: med spa procedures

Skin Zen Spa
9333 Research Blvd., Austin • 512-345-7546 •
Services: facials, waxing, massage

Spa Reveil
11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin • 512-900-4874 •
Services: mani/pedi, facials, waxing, massage

Viva Day Spa
11601 Rock Rose Ave., Austin • 512-300-2256 •
Services: mani/pedi, facials, waxing, massage, med spa procedures

Wellsprings Derma Spa
11671 Jollyville Road, Ste. 104, Austin • 512-263-4100 •
Services: facials, med spa procedures

Westlake Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery-North Austin
12201 Renfert Way, Ste. 305, Austin • 512-279-3376 •
Services: facials, med spa procedures
By Emma Whalen
Emma is Community Impact Newspaper's Houston City Hall reporter. Previously, she covered public health, education and features for several Austin-area publications. A Boston native, she is a former student athlete and alumna of The University of Texas at Austin.


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