Like an English lady's hat catching fire at a garden party, healthy skin is positively glowing. Refine your look with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a HydraFacial MD (a $125 value)
- $25 for a paraffin infusion treatment for hand and feet (a $60 value)
- $75 for both of the above services (a $185 value)
Recommended for all skin types, the HydraFacial MD targets skin concerns such as sun damage, uneven skin tone, fine lines, and dehydrated skin. The treatment requires no downtime and aims to leave skin reinvigorated and glowing. During paraffin treatments, thick wax designed to soothe aches and soften skin is placed in individual gloves and slippers to ensure safety and sanitation. They are then placed on the hands and feet.
Leni Skincare and Cosmetics
It takes a lot of time and an admirable level of dedication to undergo training for skincare therapy in Germany and New York and paramedical cosmetic consulting in California, and then become a licensed cosmetologist in Georgia and Michigan as well as a board-certified surgical technologist. Master cosmetologist and medical aesthetician Brenda McMillin has put in that time and displayed that dedication, and along with her 20 years of experience, it all goes into pampering her clients’ skin at Leni Skincare and Cosmetics. McMillin renders treatments such as HydraFacial MDs and seaweed-gel body masks to leave skin radiant and paraffin-infusion therapy to make hands and feet as soft as a bunny or a log that’s been sitting in water since Aristotle put it there. It’s this kind of pampering that has gotten her work featured on the TV shows The Doctors and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Along with skillfully performing these skincare services, McMillin purveys Nutrilite nutritional supplements and jewelry.