Faces, like potatoes, must be scrubbed and buffed to clear away excess dirt, remove dry skin, and prevent the emergence of extra eyes. Buff away unsightly blemishes with today’s Groupon to New Attitudes Salon in Rensselaer. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a 30-minute facial (a $50 value).
- For $35, you get a 60-minute facial (an $80 value).
- For $40, you get a 60-minute body scrub and volcanic ash body mask (an $80 value).
- For $45, you get a haircut, color, and style (up to a $105 value).<p>
New Attitudes Salon’s talented stylists pamper patrons with an array of facials, body scrubs, and hair treatments. Clients can choose from a list of facials, including the exfoliating facial with aromatherapy, a calming mask, and souvenir mask of their favorite vice president. The 60-minute facials include a rejuvenating face massage and softening hand paraffin treatment. For full-body beautification, a technician custom blends the body-scrub mixture using sea salts and a choice of organic essential oils, such as vanilla, lavender, or peppermint, then slathers the concoction over dermal canvases, sloughing off dead skin cells for a visage as luminescent as a jar of LED glow worms. A volcanic ash mask blankets the body to tighten and moisturize the skin. As the mask dries, patients can warm up with a cup of tea or shot of fresh lava.
During the crowning treatment, a CHI master educator glides her scissors-fingers through locks, removing unwanted length and dead ends to craft any desired layered style. CHI ammonia-free hair color saturates locks for a vibrant hue change before the treatment culminates with a styling that leaves heads shimmering with soft waves or carefully hung holiday ornaments.
80% of 222 customers recommend
“The facial was AMAZING! I made a long drive for it and it was worth every mile and dollar!! Thank you New Attitudes Salon, my skin has never felt so soft and new!”
“Thank you Ruth for the fabulous cut and color...I LOVE IT !!!!”
“A different type of facial. Not just a bunch of products on the face. I plan to go back.”
660 East St.
Rensselaer, New York 12144