Human beings are hardwired to see faces on everyday objects, such as cars, electric outlets, and bathroom mirrors. Help your face stand out with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one 60-minute Elemental Nature facial with an eye zone treatment (a $100 value)
- $59 for one 60-minute specialty results facial (up to a $130 value)
- $99 for three 60-minute Elemental Nature facials with eye zone treatments (a $300 value)
During the Elemental Nature facial, designed to be effective for both men and women, skilled Aveda aestheticians treat dryness, oiliness, or wrinkles with products suited to each client's skin type, leaving skin balanced and clear. During the specialty facials, they use more intense methods to clean skin while educating clients on what they can do to minimize skin complaints.
When it comes to specialty results facials, clients can choose one of three regimens. The Botanical facial harnesses the rejuvenating power of tourmaline to help smooth away wrinkles in a process comparable to microdermabrasion. The Outer Peace acne relief facial reduces redness and treats root causes of blemishes. Finally, the Embrightenment facial reduces the signs of discoloration by 34% using 99.7% all-natural products.
Drew James Aveda Salon Spa
All salon service providers are not created equal. That's why Drew James Aveda Salon Spa enlists only Aveda Institute graduates, putting them through an advanced training program before making them work their way up a three-tier ranking system. This emphasis on high-quality staff—coupled with an exclusive selection of plant-based Aveda products—lures clients in for services ranging from basic haircuts to thermal straightening to rosemary-mint body wraps. The salon and spa also adds special touches to many of its treatments, including a complimentary stress-relieving scalp treatment and makeup touchup with each hair service. Both locations feature a wall of mirrors and trendy styling chairs, as well as Aveda tea for clients to sip on while thumbing through style portfolios or folding magazines into swans somehow.