$40 for an Ultrasonic, Organic Rejuvenating, or Dermaculture Facial at Stephanie's Skin Spa (Up to $85 Value)

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Choose one of three facials, which soften and exfoliate skin with ultrasonic sound waves, organic fruit-enzyme scrubs, or mild currents

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Expires Aug 28th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only, or those who have not visited in past 90 days. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$40 for a Facial (Up to $85 Value)

Choose one of the following facials:

  • An ultrasonic facial (a $70 value), during which sound waves reach beneath the surface of the skin to erase wrinkles, increase collagen production, and cleanse pores
  • An organic rejuvenating facial (a $70 value), which treats dry or oily skin with a fruit-enzyme scrub, an herbal toner, a skin-softening mask, a skin-resurfacing serum, and a marine moisturizing massage. This facial includes reflexology massage for the hands or feet.
  • A Dermaculture facial (an $85 value), as featured on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. This facial cleanses and hydrates skin with mild currents that also work to stimulate collagen production that can aid in tightening and firming skin.

Stephanie's Skin Spa

As a licensed aesthetician with more than 13 years of experience, Stephanie Roberts clears and revitalizes skin with exfoliating body scrubs, footbaths, and waxing services. She also delves into massage-oriented techniques, such as reflexology and hot-stone treatments that melt away tension and accidentally swallowed ice cubes. Her facials, however, are what earned her a profile from George Austin of the Spectator. “Do you want to have skin like a celebrity?” Austin asks rhetorically. “Stephanie Roberts may be able to help you with…dermaculture that firms and tightens skin, keeping it looking young.”

Stephanie's Skin Spa

As a licensed aesthetician since 1999, Stephanie clears and revitalizes skin with exfoliating body scrubs, footbaths, and waxing services. She also delves into massage-oriented techniques, such as reflexology and hot-stone treatments that melt away tension and accidentally swallowed ice cubes. Her facials, however, are what earned her a profile from George Austin of the Spectator. “Do you want to have skin like a celebrity?” Austin asks rhetorically. “Stephanie Roberts may be able to help you with…dermaculture that firms and tightens skin, keeping it looking young.”

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