Without regular cleansing, your face will accumulate dirt, oil, and skin cells from all the people on the bus you’ve rubbed your face against. Feel free to rub your face on anything you want and then use this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one facial of up to $125 in value (up to a $125 value)
- $89 for two facials of up to $125 in value (up to a $250 value)<p>
Aesthetician Amanda Coggin customizes facials such as the 70-minute signature facial for each client, slathering on a cocktailed mask, applying relaxing massage strokes, and performing extractions. The 70-minute Deep Detox facial focuses on decongesting pores, ridding the face of oily buildup, and helping skin to maintain an ideal pH balance.<p>
Aesthetician Sophia Marzocchi entered the skincare industry because of her own skin woes—she had spent years applying mystery products and receiving subpar facial treatments to no avail. She started Spa Sophia as an antithesis to the spas she had visited in the past, wanting to ensure each client feels better walking out her door than they did when they first walked in. To achieve this, she hired a skilled staff of aestheticians, including Amanda Coggin.
Coggin has always been a bit of a mad scientist—as a teenager, she scoured her pantry and fridge for ingredients to create hydrating skin masks. Now, she shares the best of her years of trial and error at Spa Sophia, where she is a member of a team of equally passionate professionals. Though seriously dedicated to their craft, they keep the atmosphere playful, even as they administer Brazilian waxes or evict dead skin to a cold and loveless afterlife. The spa also insists on using medical-grade products and divulges post-treatment upkeep tips after services.