Being popular at the beach requires having smooth skin, a stylish swimsuit, and the strength to beat up all the lifeguards and save the drowning hunks yourself. Rule the shore with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $32 for one Brazilian wax (an $85 value)
- $59 for two Brazilian waxes (a $170 value)
- $89 for three Brazilian waxes (a $255 value)
Hair-removal experts remove every strand from the front and back of the bikini area with botanically derived Nufree, a waxless, sugarless formula that prevents the pain that comes from wax sticking to the skin.
Magdalen's Pure Skin Care
Owner Magdalen Lagergren was born in Nairobi, where her Kenyan name is Karugi Karanja, which means "little cook.” This name turned out to be prophetic: as a child, Magdalen made her own facial creams and masks from local fruits and vegetables. As an adult in the United States, she fostered her passion for skincare with formal training at Yvonne de Vilar Scientific Skin Care in Vienna, Virginia, and after graduating in 2004, she earned her aesthetics license and immediately went to work at local spas.
Today, at her own practice, Magdalen takes point guiding a staff of two licensed aestheticians to soothe skin with specialized facials and perform microdermabrasion, waxing, and body services with Vivant skincare products. Four licensed massage therapists draw on a variety of techniques to ease specific aches and pains or combine them all in an attempt to create Voltron.
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Tips from Groupon Customers
“Good deal for a great wax! ”
“This is a great establishment, she is worth the time, money, and travel ”
“Magdalen and her staff are very warm, helpful, and skilled. The facial made my skin feel smoother and look more even in tone.”