The burden of aches and pains makes it impossible for humans to run as fast as cheetahs, which is why the human diet is virtually devoid of gazelle meat. Keep fast food from getting away with today’s Groupon to The Wellness Spa in Edmond. Choose between the following options:
- For $129, you get a Radiant Glow spa package (a $336 value).
- For $229, you get a Radiant Glow spa package for two (a $672 value).
Each package includes the following per person:
- Lumière gold facial treatment (a $199 value)
- Vitamin C Plump & Penetrate eye treatment (a $39 value)
- Lavender hand treatment (a $49 value)
- 30-minute hydromassage-table session (a $49 value)
The Wellness Spa's experienced aestheticians soothe the mind and body with relaxing treatments applied to the sounds of soft music within private, tranquil rooms sectioned off by billowing green curtains. The Lumière gold facial treatment commences with a champagne foam, which cleanses visages and gets them to open up about themselves before a citrus-steeped crystal exfoliant sweeps away dead skin cells for improved texture. Ester-C serum encourages cell regeneration while the titular Lumière light locks juvenescence into skin over the course of 20 minutes. An aesthetician then applies wrinkle-reducing 24-karat-gold treatment saturated with diamond complex for a velvety countenance that glows brighter than a supernova encrusted in diamonds. To create a wholly youthful façade, the Plump & Penetrate eye treatment wields all-powerful vitamin C to temporarily puff out crow's-feet and forehead wrinkles.
Moving from mug to extremity, the lavender hand treatment adds silkiness to weather-worn paws, first drawing out the skin's inner glow with an aromatic neroli granular scrub, then wrapping mitts in a hydrating, mineral-infused paraffin treatment. Neglected backs rejoice during hydromassage sessions, where customizable, water-powered pressure kneads away stress from tendons, boosts circulation, and washes away the "kick me" tattoo you unknowingly sport.
The Wellness Spa
Mary Ellen Knolls hasn't had a cold in 10 years. Or so she professed to Dayspa while touting the therapeutic effects of her center's Vibrosaun machines, which encapsulate patrons in pod-like enclosures in order to simultaneously deliver dry heat, vibration massage, and aromatherapy. "The devices may look futuristic," she told the magazine, "but we use them for a basic purpose. Regular treatments will raise the body's core temperature, which increases immunity."
Heat therapy resurfaces throughout the spa's extensive service menu, which rejuvenates complexions with LED facials and melts muscles with far-infrared massage beds. Many other treatments cultivate results with all-natural elixirs, such as fruit enzyme masks, Moor mud, and free-range fairy dust.