Faces act as gatekeepers for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon to Lavish Salon and Day Spa in Riverside. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one Lavish Skin facial (an $85 value).
- For $112, you get three Lavish Skin facials (a $255 value).
Lavish Salon and Day Spa’s aestheticians, trained by the founder of Éminence Organic Skin Care, use the eco-friendly skincare line to rejuvenate countenances. A 60-minute Lavish Skin facial cleanses and exfoliates façades before clearing pores of oil and tiny oil prospectors. A mask and a moisturizer imbue skin with vitamins and a residual glow, and arms and shoulders melt during a mini massage. Like flung pudding, this sumptuous and comprehensive treatment effectively targets skin of all types and conditions.
Lavish Salon and Day Spa
The stylists, skin soothers, massage therapists, and nail and makeup artists at Lavish Salon and Day Spa have seen their fair share of media buzz. So has owner, master stylist, and senior Goldwell hair-color educator Samantha Murguia, whose color-correction skills found themselves under the spotlight on ModernSalon.com. In 2010, OCFamily.com editor Susan Belknapp blogged that not only was her Brazilian Blowout with Murguia "a relaxing, fast-moving treatment," but also that she found the result to be "fantastic." Murguia and her team have also been featured multiple times in Inland Empire Magazine and, in 2011, graced CBS’s list of LA’s Best Blow-Drys.
Perhaps the high praise is a result of the expertise with which Murguia's crew performs their services. Or perhaps it’s the fact that they keep a close eye on the latest youthful trends. The staff includes a teen blogger who has her finger on the pulse of the beauty industry, and the salon has been accepting donations of gently used dresses, shoes, and accessories to help girls attend the prom in style. They have even offered teen makeup tutorials that explain how to complement natural facial features and use a smartphone’s blush-administering app.