Teenagers are particularly prone to clogged pores, due to raging hormones that compel them to smooch every oil painting in sight. Polish your portrait with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for a microdermabrasion power peel (a $170 value)
- $109 for a Lymphobiology facial and microdermabrasion power peel (a $243 value)
During the 20-minute microdermabrasion power peel, therapists blast your face with a gentle stream of miniature crystals before vacuuming them up along with newly buffed dead skin cells. The 75-minute Lymphobiology treatment combines the microdermabrasion peel with a cleansing, toning, steam, shoulder massage, lymphatic drainage treatment, DNA application, and facial mask.
Nicola of London Body & Skin Care
Before her passion for aesthetics brought her to the United States, England native Nicola Cattle, who trained in the United Kingdom, France, and Switzerland, worked with a dermatologist and plastic surgeon in London. There she learned how to treat patients suffering from severe acne and how to combine aesthetic treatments with dermatological treatments.
Now, at Nicola of London Body & Skin Care, she continues this work alongside her international team of licensed aestheticians. They transform clients using a blend of European and American beauty techniques potent enough to erase fine age lines from even the most grizzled sea captain.
They customize treatments to each client’s skin type, sometimes veering from their extensive menu of spa services. The beauty experts perform European and green-tea facials, microdermabrasions, five PCA peels, ultrasound and red-light skin therapy, and a range of relaxation massages. They also perform Lymphobiology treatments—a process that relies on an enzyme peel, glycolic peel, or exfoliating grains used in tandem with steam and lymphatic drainage.
95% of 64 customers recommend
“Fabulous treatment!!! Helen was wonderful and I am looking forward to my next visit. ”
“Very skilled staff will help you review your current regimen and suggest how to supplement it. No hard sell, it's more of a transfer if knowledge.”
“They gave the the exact facial that was promised and did not pressure me at the end to buy their products.”