Spending a day at a spa is a tranquil experience surpassed only by swimming in a pool filled with mashed potatoes or having a hand model slap you to sleep. Feel the softer side with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $30 worth of nail services
- $20 for $40 worth of waxing or tanning services
- $40 for $80 worth of facial or massage services
The spa’s 40-minute Ultimate manicure with heated mittens and a signature massage is $30, its extended bikini wax is $40, and its full-body airbrush tan is $50. Other services include the 45-minute hydrating Flash facial for $75 and the 30-minute stress-relieving shirobhyanga scalp massage for $60.
Cocoon Urban Day Spa
Cocoon Urban Day Spa’s beauty technicians understand that a good waxing treatment has two things going for it: precision and speed. That’s why their Brazilian waxes typically take only 15 minutes while only leaving behind custom shapes and designs. When they aren’t sculpting fuzz into triangles or iconic skylines, the team airbrushes skin with natural tanning solutions that result in an even glow. Led by founder Sarah Redmond, the team performs their personalized treatments in an their spa designed to make any urban chaos feel far away.
the place smells of herbal incense. The good kind, like a mint aroma kind of thing. Very soothingJoan T., Yelp, 9/29/12
Their treatment rooms are so serene and the ambiance is so peaceful. Candles burning throughout, inviting music playing in the background ...Dawn M., Yelp, 12/3/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great service and great deal!”
“Very good service and friendly staff. ”
“Megan was amazing and was extremely flexible in accommodating my cousin and I to come in for our sessions at the same time -- she even scheduled us on Memorial Day...”
“Megan was amazing and was extremely flexible in accommodating my cousin and I to come in for our sessions at the same time -- she even scheduled us on Memorial Day when the spa was otherwise closed. I am still "healing" from my session, but so far everything has gone according to the recovery process she described for me.”
330 1st St.
San Francisco, California 94105