Deals in Brunswick

Two Sunless- or Sunbed-Tanning Sessions at Sun Tan City (63% Off)

Sun Tan City

Multiple Locations

VersaSpa sunless tanning or four levels of sunbed-tanning blanket physiques with deep, even glows

$34 $12.50

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60- or 90-Minute Pumpkin-Cheesecake Fall Facial at Radiance Skin Care (50% Off)

Radiance Skin Care

Bath

Fall facial uses enzymes or red-light therapy to smooth skin as well as even skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

$90 $45

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Five 15-Minute or 30-Minute Electrolysis Hair-Removal Sessions at Amber's Electrolysis Service (Up to 58% Off)

Amber's Electrolysis Service

Topsham

FDA-approved treatments use small electrical currents to remove hair without damaging the surrounding skin

$90 $38

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Three or Six 30- or 60-Minute Electrolysis Sessions at Everclear Electrolysis (Up to 50% Off)

Everclear Electrolysis

Lewiston

FDA-approved electrolysis treatments permanently remove unwanted hair over the course of multiple sessions in a private, comfortable setting

$75 $39

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One or Three Months of Unlimited Red-Light-Therapy Treatments at Elite Body Essentials (Up to 56% Off)

Elite Body Essentials

Greene

Red-light-therapy treatments stimulate collagen production, combating skin issues such as blemishes, acne, psoriasis, and eczema

$75 $35

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$36 for $65 Groupon — Katies Skin and Nail Care

Katies Skin And Nail Care

Oxford

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$65 $36

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One or Three HydraFacials at Your Best Skin (Up to 69% Off)

Your Best Skin

Auburn

HydraFacials treat sun damage, wrinkles, redness, acne, and oily skin with exfoliation, acid peels, extractions, and intense hydration

$170 $68

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One 60- or 90-Minute Full-Body Massage at Mariah's Massage Therapy (Up to 48% Off)

Mariah's Massage Therapy

Auburn

Massage therapist adapts and tailors full-body massages to each client’s own needs

$50 $29

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Haircut with Color, Highlights, or Deep Conditioning form Kelley at Tangles (Up to 59% Off)

Kelley @ Tangles

Bridgton

Stylist reshapes coifs with cuts, adjusts hues with all-over color or dimensional highlights, or inspires shine with deep conditioning

$65 $29

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One or Two Months of Kids’ Dance Classes at Studio 48 Dance (Up to 56% Off)

Studio 48 Dance

Topsham

Three times a week, lessons teach students dance styles as diverse as tap, ballet, and jazz

$125 $59

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One-Month Gym Membership for One or Two at ABSolutely Fit Center (Up to 56% Off)

ABSolutely Fit Center

Brunswick

Membership includes access to exercise equipment and group classes such as cardio kickboxing and ballroom dancing

$40 $19.99

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Chiropractic Care with Two or Four Follow-Up Sessions or a Family Package at Balance Chiropractic (Up to 61% Off)

Balance Chiropractic

Topsham

Spine experts assess your health history before alleviating aches and pains with tailored adjustments

$90 $38

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One or Two Months of Classes and Access to Equipment at Northern Chi Martial Arts Center (Up to 75% Off)

Northern Chi Martial Arts Center

Brunswick

Black-belt instructors lead martial-arts classes for kids and adults, emphasizing discipline, self-defense, and fitness

$90 $25

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18 Holes of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at Wawenock Golf Club (Up to 62% Off) 

Wawenock Golf Club

South Bristol

Built in 1928, this nine-hole course offers an open layout and alternate tees for a distinct experience on the front and back nine

$98 $45

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$36 for $72 toward dance classes— Twin City Spinners

Twin City Spinners

Lewiston

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$72 $36

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To call The Body Shop a mere skin and body care store is to miss half of what makes it special. Late founder Dame Anita Roddick was a pioneer for ethical business practices; upon opening her first store in Brighton, England, in 1976, she developed company values such as "Defend Human Rights" and "Protect The Planet." She somehow balanced principles and profit, partnering in global campaigns with UNICEF, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, and the United Nations, all while ultimately expanding her brand into 2,500 locations in over 60 international markets. After her death in 2007, then-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, ?She campaigned for green issues for many years before it became fashionable to do so and inspired millions to the cause by bringing sustainable products to a mass market. . . . She was an inspiration.?

Indeed, the Body Shop exhibits an eco-friendliness and social consciousness that's hard to come by in a company of its size. Its products have been fair-trade since 1987, and its Against Animal Testing movement led to an EU-wide ban of animal testing of cosmetics. The products are made from ingredients harvested from around the world: shea butter from Ghana goes into body scrubs and butters, and Indian artisans craft wooden massagers and tote bags that are screenprinted by hand. But all that isn't to say the company's production practices overshadow its final products. Skincare treatments such as the brand?s iconic body butters, facial products, and gift collections often appear in Allure, Marie Claire, Lucky, Seventeen and other national publications.

34 Main St
Freeport,
ME
US

Whale watching was a relatively new concept when John Fish's grandfather started giving tours. "We kind of originated it," Mr. Fish says. "Thirty years ago we were the only ones doing whale watching." As the company became more successful over the years, additional captains were brought on to cover the demand. Today, these crews continue to ferry groups into the habitats of several whale species, including humpback whales and sperm whales. Though the whales seen along Cap'n Fish's Whale Watch's journeys still breach and refuse to sign autographs, other things have changed over the years. Below deck, the current fleet's engines work to reduce emissions and provide a fume-free experience. Above deck, 360-degree viewing decks and modern technology help bring whales into sight. Onboard computers display large maps of where the aquatic mammals are known to swim, and GPS systems reroute boats around mermen constructing new reefs. In addition to illuminating the behavior of whales for passengers, the crew's wildlife experts point passengers toward other animals they spot along the way, such as white-sided dolphins and harbor seals. Though some variables are beyond their control, the crew members almost always spot whales and boasted a 98% success rate in 2009.

42 Commercial Street
Boothbay Harbor,
ME
US

The once-private Boothbay Country Club now welcomes the general public to send shots sailing through invigorating ocean breezes that sweep through its verdant acreage. Hilltop vistas, stately pines, and foliage that emblazons the autumnal landscape in bursts of color make playing the course a distinctly Maine experience, marked by the nautical titles of each hole and carts with caddie stowaways. Golfers of all skill levels can play the course from one of the four sets of tees, with the course extending to 6,356 yards from the farthest Gold tees. The par 4 eighth hole—known as Widow's Walk and also the hardest-rated hole—presents beautiful vistas and difficult hazards, with two creeks meandering across the fairway and multiple sand traps guarding the peanut-shaped green. In closing their round on the 18th hole, titled Fiddler’s Green, players have a final shot at birdie, requiring them to avoid the rocky creek that cuts between the split fairway and hit an uphill shot into a green that sells part of its fringe to shag-carpet purists. Course at a Glance: * Par 71 * Four sets of tees * 6,356 yards from the back tees

33 Country Club Road
Boothbay,
ME
US

Clinking glasses, chitchat, and the aromas of local fare from Freeport's finest chefs fill the air at the Hilton Garden Inn, which hosts the 2013 Flavors of Freeport presented by FreeportUSA. In the hotel's outdoor courtyard, thirsty guests can visit the Freeport Ice Bar, which offers hot coffee, samples of barbecue, and glowing beverages near toasty fires and glistening ice sculptures. A martini luge sends elixirs across icy planes and into waiting glasses while a soundtrack of tunes emanates straight from an onsite DJ.

Inside, some of Freeport's top epicureans showcase their palate-pleasing dishes during the Chef's Signature Series. A collection of wine, beer, and spirits gathered from Maine's purveyors slakes thirsts as guests sample an assortment of culinary offerings. Guests can cast votes for their favorite flavor entry and table display. Door-prizes raffles are also available. Event attendees also can place silent bids on pieces from the Freeport Art & Music Festival to benefit the Freeport Food Pantry. Both events only host those aged 21 or older.

5 Park Street
Freeport,
ME
US

As the tanning bed's lid closes, a cool breeze starts to blow, a gentle mist cools your skin, and the scents of aromatherapy transform a 12-minute tanning session into a miniature vacation. This S-Class bed is just one of the approximately 10 tanning options that fill City Sun Tanning. Staffers help clients select the right bed, leading them down hallways to an iBed sunbed?which features rotating facial lights?or a X-2 High Pressure bronzing stand-up, which can bronze pallid skin in ten minutes. Alternatively, visitors step onto the AutoBronzer's open-air platform, which evenly sprays UV-free tanning solution. In June of 2009, this sunless system caught the eye of New York Magazine, which lauded City Sun Tanning for having one of the "top five spray tans." The tanning salon has also garnered accolades from Citysearchers, who for several years, named it "Best of Citysearch".

105 Topsham Fair Mall Road
Topsham,
ME
US

The kitchen crew at Sahara Mediterranean Bar & Grill shaves tender layers of their popular chicken shawarma from the spit of a traditional vertical broiler, helping them earn the title of Detroit?s Best Middle Eastern restaurant from Local 4 viewers in summer 2011. Vegetarian options range from a falafel sandwich to the smoothly textured adas lentil soup, with beans that chefs carefully crush with an announcement that none of them made their high school?s baseball team. The menu also includes house specialties such as the potato chop?seasoned beef stuffed inside a golden-brown, deep-fried potato shell.

Sips from specialty drinks and smoky hookahs add a sweeter dimension to meals as diners perch on dark hardwood seating. The furnishings contrast visually with butter-yellow walls on which murals appear to emerge from behind crumbling stone.

10 South St
Freeport,
ME
US