Elements Rejuvenating Med Spa by Liz Morrisey

Elements Rejuvenating Med Spa

By Liz Morrisey

Where beauty and science meet.


Elements Rejuvenating Med Spa is where the beauty of nature and the power of science collide. Whether you are looking for a relaxing facial or wanting to sculpt your body with non-surgical lipo, Elements offers many different services, as well as skincare products. Owner Trista Pavelski wants customers to leave feeling like they can accomplish anything.

“We want people to feel happy, warm, welcome and taken care of when they leave,” says the mother of three. After working with her husband in the medical field, she realized there was a gap between medicine and holistic health. “There is a lack of wellness in medicine. We want to connect people to their health and wellness in a comfortable environment.”

Pavelski can tailor packages to help clients reach their goals, from better looking skin to an overall healthier lifestyle.

When it comes to maintaining beautiful skin, Elements, located in Davenport at 141 Webb Drive, Suite 100, offers an array of different facials from calm skin to age corrective and ranges in price from $60 to $90. Elements uses two lines of products—Eminence and SkinCeuticals—to pamper its clients. Eminence is an organic skincare line with masks, cleansers and moisturizers. SkinCeuticals has medical grade products for skincare with chemical peels to help with wrinkles and sun damage.

Madison Speyerer enjoys the relaxing and quiet environment at Elements. She has been a client of Emma Walterstrom, the spa’s aesthetician, for many years before she came to work at Elements. “These facials are the best I’ve ever had,” says the Winter Haven resident. “They are a very good price for what you get.”

Customers can also sign up for treatments from the Venus Versa. The Venus delivers multi-polar radio frequency and pulsed electro magnetic fields to produce uniform heat on the skin. They increase collagen and help reduce wrinkles, laugh lines, smoker’s lines, acne scars, crow’s feet and is pain-free. Treatments, which include photo rejuvenation, skin resurfacing and anti-aging wrinkle reduction, start at $200.

“I decided to offer the treatment because I was extremely impressed with the dramatic results and the multifunctional capabilities and ability to pair with stem cell and platelet rich plasma services,” says Pavelski.

Show off those beautiful faces with the Jane Iredale all natural makeup line. It’s pure, mineral makeup filled with antioxidants, offers natural sun protection and is cruelty free. It’s available for purchase at Elements. Products range from $17 to $52.

Elements can also help clients focus on their entire body with SculpSure—non-surgical body contouring. Veronica Fitzgerald, spa manager, says the non-invasive lipo destroys fat and helps sculpt the body getting rid of stubborn bra, stomach, thigh or neck fat. Before and after pictures are taken so customers can see the results.

“There are certain requirements that go along with using SculpSure and it should be paired with a healthy lifestyle and appropriate consultation,” Fitzgerald explains. SculpSure body treatments start at $1,200. SculpSure raises the temperature of fat cells and damages their structural integrity. The damaged fat cells are then removed from the body. There is no down time or recovery period after the 25-minute treatments and some patients start to see results in as early as six weeks.

Along with facials and body sculpting, Elements will soon have relaxing massages starting at $85 for one hour as well as waxing services. “Our services and products are for any age,” says Pavelski. “Our target is people who are lacking wellness in their lives.”

Elements is more than just aesthetics, however. Pavelski, who was a flight medic in the Air Force, is a certified holistic health coach and wants to help people meet their lifestyle goals. She looks at the patient’s medical history and identifies what behavioral changes need to be made. Pricing hasn’t been established, but it will be offered in a six-month series.

“I don’t want it to feel like it’s an in and out medical practice,” she says. “We want to listen and have a relationship with our clients. We want people to remember what it feels like to take care of themselves.”

Elements will have its grand opening March 28. Currently, the spa is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more info visit SkinAndStem.com.