$35 for a 60-Minute Swedish Massage at skinessentials Laser & Medical Spa in Concord ($70 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Licensed therapists
  • Soothing style of massage
  • Relieve aches & pains
  • Spa-like atmosphere

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 2nd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. By appointment only, subject to availability. Not valid for couples massage. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Similar to past tenses, tense backs are related to things that happened a while ago and are incomprehensible to most second-graders. Learn to understand back-based bliss with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a 60-minute Swedish massage (a $70 value) at skinessentials Laser & Medical Spa in Concord.

Armed with a duo of licensed massage therapists and a medical doctor on staff, skinessentials can banish tissue tension and dispel aches and pains in just 60 soothing clock ticks. The Swedish massage, which utilizes light pressure and flowing strokes, is a champion at easing muscle soreness, assuaging joint woes, improving circulation, and putting together furniture. Your hour of mollification will take place in a private treatment room, keeping you well hidden from daily stressors in a climate as comfortable as a hammock made of well-worn T-shirts.

Reviews

Four Yahoo! Locals give skinessentials Laser & Medical Spa an average of five stars and say:

  • I felt like they really took my individual needs into account. – friendly
  • The staff was great. – Help

Skin Essentials Laser and Medical Spa

Owner and aesthetician Katrina Barringer opened Skin Essentials Laser and Medical Spa in 1999, and has since recruited an elite team of eight that includes a physician and a licensed acupuncturist. Each of the women on staff boasts a specialty such as bamboo-fusion massage, eyelash extensions, or aromatherapy that smells like colors. Barringer's interests are of an academic complexion, as she penned an award-winning paper and is one of 67 laser technicians without an M.D. degree to be accepted into the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.