Though pursued throughout history, the Fountain of Youth lost its appeal when explorers who hopped into its waters were immediately kicked out for adult swim. Turn back just enough time with today's Groupon to Heartland Skin Wellness Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $32, you get a manicure and pedicure (a $66 value).
- For $33, you get a Shellac pedicure (a $66 value).
- For $40, you get a collagen-infusion facial treatment (an $81 value).
- For $43, you get a glycolic rejuvenation peel with a neck, lip, and eye masque (an $86 value).
Board-certified dermatologist and Mohs surgeon Dr. Ava Feldman and her experienced staff help clients showcase their best selves with a combination of dermatologic medicine and pampering beauty treatments. During 45- to 60-minute mani-pedis, nail techs use vegan and paraben-free products to exfoliate and massage extremities before adorning nails with colorful coats of Zoya polish. Alternately, clients can opt for a Shellac pedicure. With its durable formula that is cured with a UV light, Shellac lacquer dries instantly upon application and lasts for up to 14 days without chipping, smudging, or flaking during charades lightning rounds.
Clients slip into cozy treatment rooms for facial services, where soft lighting and immaculate facilities encourage relaxed notions during one-hour treatments. Collagen-infusion facials are customized to meet the needs of all skin types, vivifying visages with a thorough cleansing, steam therapy, exfoliation, clinical extractions, collagen treatment, LED light therapy, and a partridge in a pear tree. Alternatively, rejuvenation peels work to tighten skin and a masque treats lips, neck, or the areas around eyes.
Heartland Skin Wellness Center
Beauty meets science at Heartland Skin Wellness Center, where Dr. Ava Feldman has spent the last 10 years developing a menu of services that draws on her knowledge of dermatologic medicine and skincare treatments. Today, Dr. Feldman and her team—which includes five medical aestheticians and three registered nurses—work with advanced equipment to restore their clients' youthful complexions. The digital images produced by a VISIA Complexion Analysis system, for example, help them determine an accurate prognosis for damaged skin. With this prognosis in hand, they set out to treat wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other blemishes with a GentleWaves LED device or a SilkPeel dermainfusion system. In spite of their access to all this high-tech machinery, Dr. Feldman and her staff also rely on old-fashioned firming and toning products from brands such as Dermalogica, Neocutis, and Obagi.