Beauty & Spas in Oklahoma

Up to 65% Off Brazilian Waxes

The Skinologist

Downtown Tulsa

$95 $39

Full-body Swedish massage releases muscular tension or hot stone massage relaxes while facial skin is renewed with an oxygen facial

Up to 56% Off at Ambiance Massage Therapy

Ambiance Massage Therapy


$60 $29

Massage therapist addresses each client's physical needs and applies any combination of up to four massage modalities

Up to 89% Off Laser Hair Removal

Results Medical Spa

Broken Arrow

$540 $99

Hospital-based med-spa techs use lasers to stifle hair growth at the follicle, nixing the need for shaving, waxing, or tweezing

55% Off Full-Body Massage

Diverse Massage


$75 $34

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

The Body Shop – $15 for Skincare and Body Products

The Body Shop

Penn Square Mall

$30 $15

Bath and body products, skincare, cruelty free make-up and more made with ingredients from 25 international community fair-trade suppliers

Up to 56% Off Medical Massages at Optimal Health

Optimal Health

Tulsa Southeast Industrial District

$75 $35

Long, gliding strokes and kneads of varying pressure target sore spots to reduce tension and chronic pain while improving flexibility

Up to 77% Off Spider-Vein Removal

Skin Embrace Medical Spa & Laser Center


$320 $99

A laser technician helps eradicate visible veins from legs with treatments that help break up blockages, gradually removing them from view

55% Off Natural Haircare

Divine Divas Hair Salon

Oklahoma City

$65 $29

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

Up to 66% Off Haircut and Highlights

Square Hair Studio


$64 $29

A stylist cuts and conditions hair, creating new looks with optional partial or full highlights

Up to 55% Off Massage Therapy

Massages by Ben

Oklahoma City

$50 $25

Services take place in a low-light massage room and are personalized to each client; friendly staff

Up to 57% Off Massage at Orpheus Healing Services

Orpheus Healing Services


$80 $39

Licensed massage therapist eases chronic tension with flowing Swedish strokes, pregnancy massage, or custom sports bodywork

Up to 54% Off Massages at Knew Feel

Knew Feel

Oklahoma City

$85 $39

Therapists soothe muscular aches and pains with three distinct styles of bodywork

Up to 51% Off Professional Make-Up Application

Haley Snodderly at Salon DiVago


$95 $47

Whether using air or bristles, makeup artist Haley Snodderly creates model-quality looks for big events or a night out on the town

48% Off Raindrop Therapy Massage

Raindrop Therapy at B. Jolie


$95 $49

Therapist drops pure essential oils in a sequence at points along the feet and then the spine, using light feather strokes

Up to 55% Off Spa Services at Clary Sage College

Clary Sage College


$62.90 $34

Students knead clients’ bodies with long, flowing strokes before manicuring their nails or styling hair into a long-lasting blowout

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$50 $35

A pampering Mother's Day gift, these eGift Cards can be used toward services at more than 7,000 spas and salons in North America.

Up to 49% Off Performance Therapy

Cryo Performance Therapy


$65 $33

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

Up to 51% Off Massage and Body Scrubs

Looksey Day Spa

Oklahoma City

$50 $29

Massages knead away everyday aches; body scrubs leave skin smooth and exfoliated

50% Off at Hair Pop

Hair Pop

The Woodland Hills Mall

$50 $25

Shop for hair extensions ranging from synthetic to natural Remy tresses, along with tools, styling products, and accessories

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At Wendy's Tree House, experienced stylists combine the delicate craft of hair sculpting with the art of entertaining children. Rather than whiling away time in a drab lobby thumbing through back issues of the Economist for Kids, children await their turn amid nifty chairs and an arsenal of toys. Soothing shampoos and conditioning treatments clean and soften hair once kids are perched in the proper styling chair, ready to brighten up their school-picture days and surprise their teachers with modish new 'dos.

9217 N Pennsylvania Pl
Oklahoma City,

The fashionable staff members at Must Stash fill shelves and racks with collegiate apparel, designer duds, and accessories for men, women, kids, and babies. Labels include True Religion, French Connection, and Cocobelle, as well as some made out of cardstock. Slip on a simple black-and-white color-block dress ($38) before adding texture with a Cocobelle beaded belt ($28) and matching wooden buckle bracelet ($28). Students can show team support on game day with cozy collegiate T-shirts, hoodies, and hats for men and women, or update the appearance of fandom with a ruffled red-and-white Oklahoma University dress ($68), featuring an asymmetrical, single-strap design to flirtatiously grant peeks at shoulder pads. To prepare for the winter chill and going unrecognized at family-holiday gatherings, shoppers can cover chins with a knit hat that extends to a full yarn beard ($38).

3724 S Peoria Ave

Camp Loughridge's 200 wooded, lake-studded acres invite children and adults out of the city for hours of rousing activities and refreshment for the soul (there's an onsite chapel, though camp activities extend to those not religiously oriented). Parties get underway in a climate-controlled cabin where up to 15 guests can exchange gifts, nibble cake, and chew wrapping paper for two hours. Next, outdoor adventurers can choose one of two one-hour thrills. The popular big swing secures its rider in a rope harness attached to a 30-foot rock wall as fellow partiers on the ground control height and trajectory. People also have the option to scale the heights of a vertical climbing wall, scrabbling for handholds and stimulating the heart. Merry adventurers inhale birthday cake, cheat gravity, and exhale delighted giggles in the midst of more than 200 acres of wooded terrain, crystalline lakes, and free-roving packs of oxygen.

4900 W 71st St

Nationally certified massage therapist Jamey specializes in Swedish and deep-tissue techniques, but prefers to focus on pain relief rather than relaxation in each massage. He uses a technique called trigger point therapy to hone in on knots embedded deep within muscles or surrounding tissues. These knots often cause referred pain, and can be felt by distant areas of the body and close family members. Treating them helps alleviate localized as well as chronic discomfort.

1448 S Carson Ave

The Great Clips empire spans more than 3,000 salons across North America, where a collective of over 30,000 stylists wait, ready to tend to hairstyles. At these salons, no appointments are necessary—though an online check-in system aids those who wish to skip any potential lines by adding their names directly to the haircut queue. And to aid their new hairstyles, customers can peruse a line of gels, conditioners, pomades, and tea-tree oil shampoos and body washes.

8112 S Lewis Ave

At Valencia Salon & Spa, aesthetician Gretchen Edwards rebalances skin during custom facials, peels, and microdermabrasion treatments. She massages faces with Dermalogica products, which are free of common irritants—including lanolin, SD alcohol, mineral oil, and witchcraft—and which are only available from skin therapists trained at The International Dermal Institute. To complement newly refreshed faces, Gretchen waxes away unwanted body hair.

6532 East 71st Street