A glowing complexion can be a sign of healthy skin or a sign that you fell asleep near a trashcan fire. Brighten up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$39 for a custom facial (up to a $100 value) chosen from the following:
- 50-minute Get Skin Fit facial (a $65 value)
- 50-minute UltraCalming treatment for irritated skin (a $65 value)
- 60-minute AGE-smart treatment to diminish fine lines (an $85 value)
- 60-minute Medicated Clearing treatment to banish acne (an $85 value)
- 60-minute ChromaWhite TRx treatment to target sun and age spots (up to a $100 value)
$69 for a 90-minute bodyfoliation scrub and sea-mud therapy (a $150 value)
During the body treatment, an oatmeal and rice-bran powder removes dead cells and helps skin better absorb botanical oils. Next, sea-mud therapy uses natural earth clays to remove impurities and stimulate circulation, and ginger, white tea, and caffeine stimulate and tone the skin while clients bask in a warming wrap.
The Skin Cell
A map can lead to any number of places, but most wouldn't think a glowing complexion would be one of them. By performing in-depth face mapping before all facials, aestheticians at The Skin Cell are able to determine the requirements of every inch of the skin to maximize the treatment's effectiveness and recommend regimens to perform at home. Helmed by skin therapist Cherri Ross Thompson, The Skin Cell's specialists harness Dermalogica products during customized facial treatments that help fight signs of aging, clear acne, or correct frowns that have alarmingly turned upside down. Faces aren't the only areas that find relief, though: the spa's Migun thermal massage bed merges infrared rays, heat therapy, and massage heads made from qi-kindling jade to stimulate blood flow and encourage overall relaxation.
88% of 108 customers recommend
“Cherri is great and takes the time to talk with you about your skin concerns ”
“I will definitely be returning here because a day later my skin looks and feels incredible!”
“I loved the facial and have booked another.”