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All services are provided in our brand new, state-of-the-art facility by our friendly staff. At Prairie Spa, you will escape into a world of luxurious relaxation unlike any other. So sit back, relax and enjoy your complete day spa experience!

Our staff are all highly trained and have extensive experience. Whether you are getting a facial, laser hair removal, or getting a full-body massage, you can expect to have an amazing experience. Our massage and other body therapy professionals are equipped to provide both relaxation and therapeutic treatments.

Now offering Coolsculpting! Call and schedule a consultation today (217) 960-3223


Our facials are customized for your individual skin care needs. Each 60 minute facial includes a personalized mask, serum, and eye cream.

Age-Defying Facial: This anti-aging treatment is designed to revitalize and repair dull, tired skin while restoring luminosity and prevent future damage.

Detoxifying Facial: This detoxifying treatment purges skin of impurities and re-balances congested skin, resulting in a clear, glowing complexion.

Hydrating Facial: This nourishing treatment will encourage skin self-repair and will result in supple, nourished, and hydrated skin.

Men's Facial: This treatment is designed especially for men who suffer from ingrown hairs due to shaving. The treatment can also be used on neck, chest, arms, and back. This

treatment is good for all skin types.

Express Facial: For the time-crunched spa guest, this 30 minute treatment includes a basic cleanse and customized mask. After the mask is removed, serum and eye cream is

massaged into your skin.

Add-on services for facials include dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, extractions, and chemical peels.

Medical and Cosmetic Procedures

Botox: Injections that are used to minimize and decrease the appearance of fine lines, creases (such as horizontal creases on the forehead), furrows or "scowl lines" between the eyebrows, or crow's feet around the eyes.

Juvederm: An injectable gel that replaces the hyaluronic acid that your skin has lost over time. It brings back its volume by smoothing away facial wrinkles and folds. Juvederm has a smooth consistency and is one of the only hyaluronic acid fillers that is FDA approved to last up to one year.

Voluma: Approved by the FDA, is a hyaluronic acid used as injectable facial filler. Voluma adds volume to correct age-related volume loss in the cheeks. It helps to create an instant youthful appearance that lasts up to two years.

Kybella: A prescription medicine used to improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin, also known as a "double chin."

Vampire Facial with Micro-Needling and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): Obtained by drawing a small amount of blood from your arm, the plasma is then separated from the red blood cells. The platelets are used in conjunction with the micro needling pen to stimulate the growth of new cells. Plasma contains a high concentration of platelets, stem cells, and growth factors. Platelets help your tissue heal and grow new cells.

Genesis Hair Restoration with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): This procedure stimulates a renewed blood supply and proper nutrients to deprived hair follicles, which work to restore the hair growth process.

Sculptra with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): An injection used for the corrections of shallow to deep nasolabial folds and other facial wrinkles.

Vampire Tears: A treatment using PRP, to treat severe dry eyes.

CO2 Laser: Precisely removes outer layers of damaged skin to reveal the underlying skin, which is softer, smoother, and younger looking.

IPL Laser: A treatment for the redness caused by: rosacea, fine and enlarged blood vessels on the face, sun spots on the face, hand and chest. Irregular pigmentation, broken capillaries, redness of wounds after surgery.

Laser Hair Removal

Available for all areas of treatment. Call us today for pricing. (217) 960-3223.


Relaxing, rejuvenating and restorative, the benefits of massage are many. From massage therapies that melt away stress to those that improve overall health and promote recovery, we offer several types of massage to address your every ache and pain.

Aromatherapy: Massage therapy with essential oils added to the massage oil or lotion. Good for muscle and joint-related conditions or for physical or mental stress.

Hot Stone: Involves the use of smooth, flat, heated stones that are placed on specific points on your body. Good for improving circulation and warm tense muscles, allowing the

therapist to apply deeper pressure.

Swedish: The most common and best known type of massage. Generally performed in the direction of heat, with active or passive involvement of the joints. Good for relaxation, relief

of muscular tension, and improvement of circulation and range of motion.

Deep Tissue: Designed to relieve pain and muscle tension throughout the body. This type of message is extremely beneficial because it reaches the deepest layer of the muscles,

fascia, and tendons.

Prenatal: Focuses on the mother-to-be as she goes through the changes due to pregnancy. It enhances the function of muscles and joints, improves circulation and general body tone,

and also relieves mental and physical fatigue.

Sports: Ideal to treat injuries, as well as a preventative treatment dealing with the health of muscle and connective tissue, range of movement, tone, symmetry, balance of muscle and

quality of posture.

Relaxation: All about relaxing! It focuses on giving the client time to recover from the stresses of daily life. Lowers blood pressure, improves circulation, skin tone, and appearance.

Reduces muscle tension.

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