A facial is the best way to express gratitude to your visage without splurging on diamond-infused lipstick or drawing hearts all over your cheeks with permanent marker. Shower façades with love with today's Groupon: For $65, you get a European facial treatment with a glycolic peel at High Maintenance Day Spa & Salon (a $130 value).
High Maintenance Day Spa & Salon's licensed aesthetician rejuvenates weary visages with indulgent European facials coupled with smoothing glycolic peels. Each spa session begins with a consultation that asks questions about the beneficiary's daily life, hygiene habits, and favorite Brady Bunch kid so the epidermal artiste can tailor a personalized treatment. The European facial's blend of skin-nourishing ingredients then works to battle blemishes and clogged pores as an experienced beautifier cleanses, conditions, and moisturizes frazzled façades.
The accompanying glycolic-acid peel eradicates facial dirt and oil, exfoliating skin by removing the outermost layer of dead cells to reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles, mild sun damage, and uneven skin tone. Clients emerge from their facial treatment proudly sporting smoother skin and exuding the all-around confidence of a handsome quarterback who just bowled a 300.
High Maintenance Day Spa & Salon
As its name implies, High Maintenance Day Spa & Salon strives to meet the beauty demands of its most discriminating clientele with a comprehensive array of relaxing treatments. The spa’s stylists, nail technicians, tanners, and massage therapists continue to carry out the mission set forth by the Crims, who founded the spa in 2006 with the vision of a retreat from life’s hectic day-to-day routine. Indeed, the only stresses to be found amid the salon’s soft-hued tiffany-blue walls are those that arise when choosing which of the many services to indulge in. Couples massages make for romantic and relaxing experiences, waxing removes unwanted fuzz, and spray tans prepare bodies for playing hide-and-seek amid bronze garden sculptures. Before snipping their first locks or untying their first muscle knots, the staff establishes a relationship with each customer through friendly chitchat and an informal consultation.