Everybody unwinds from a stressful day differently—some people get a massage, whereas others watch flames engulf a big pile of tires. Let tension melt away with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a 60-minute Swedish massage (a $65 value)
- $39 for a 60-minute heated muscle-therapy massage (a $90 value)
- $79 for a hydrofacial core treatment with a peel and photorejuvenation (a $175 value)
The classic Swedish massage uses long, smooth strokes to slowly release stress and tension and calm the mind. During the heated muscle-therapy massage, a therapist applies warm-towel compression and essential oils for myofascial release. The massage modality also incorporates elements of trigger-point therapy and deep-tissue work. A cooling gel is applied to continue the healing process.
The hydrofacial core treatment with a peel and photorejuvenation removes dead skin cells, incorporates hydrating and moisturizing agents, and tackles a variety of epidermal maladies, including acne, wrinkles, and sun damage. The photorejuvenation aspect involves light therapy to stimulate the production of collagen and render the skin as firm as a parent who refuses to go to bed.
Desert Beauty Day Spa
At Desert Beauty Day Spa, highly trained technicians and state-of-the-art spa treatments converge inside eight private treatment rooms to help bodies look and feel their best. Lauded for their highly customizable formulas, Dermalogica skincare products are blended into facials that treat acne, aging, and dull skin, and the Hydra facial––which earned attention from CBS's The Doctors––uses a special vacuum wand to extract impurities and cobwebs from the pores as it simultaneously infuses them with antioxidants and moisturizers.
During couples' massages, friends, romantic partners, and crime-fighting duos recline in candlelit rooms, either side by side or in separate private suites. Spa packages pair services such as teeth whitening, brow and lip waxes, and hydrating aloe-based body wraps to help bridal parties prep for their trip down the aisle, and infrared-sauna sessions help prevent cold feet by stimulating the immune system, calming nerves, and returning a sunshiny feeling to the body nonintravenously.