The outermost layer of facial skin plays host to a number of imperfections, such as fine lines, acne scarring, and games of connect-the-dots played with beauty marks. Attain a clean slate with today's Groupon to Mind & Body Care in Schaumburg. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get one 45-minute diamond-tip microdermabrasion treatment (a $100 value).
- For $115, you get three 45-minute diamond-tip microdermabrasion treatments (a $300 value).
Mind & Body Care's licensed aestheticians rejuvenate weathered mugs with crystal-free microdermabrasion treatments. During the 45-minute session, skin techs unveil fresh, rosy faces by gently scuffing the outermost epidermal layer with a diamond-tipped mechanical wand. Freed of dead skin cells, the exposed layer is better able to lap up nutrients, helping to kick-start collagen production while also minimizing the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation, crop circles, and acne scars. The treatment bestows faces with a more youthful appearance, though it will not alleviate rosacea, skin growths, or scowls made permanent by being slapped on the back.
Mind & Body Care
As its name suggests, Mind & Body Care seeks to address both the aesthetic and emotional center of each guest who enters its cozy studio. The physical side of this goal finds fulfillment through the efforts of two technicians: Beth, a massage therapist whose ACE certification augments her technique with a solid grasp of kinesiology, and Lori, an aesthetician who pursued medical aesthetics after earning her license from Pivot Point Academy. Their areas of expertise echo the spa's offerings, which range from Swedish massage to medical-grade peels. Nails and tresses find creative shaping through the mastery of Elyse, an innovative hairstylist, and Arlette, a veteran nail artist with 18 years of experience.
Those seeking emotional respite can schedule wellness treatments with Bobbi, a former nurse whose 25 years of experience eventually led her toward more holistic therapies. Hypnotherapy, guided imagery, and EFT all take different paths in helping to rid clients of repressed traumas, harmful addictions, and subconscious negativity accrued from sleeping on pillowcases embroidered with curse words.