Manicures and pedicures serve as routine maintenance for busy limb endings by trimming nails and pushing cuticles as well as softening and polishing. The mani-pedi treatments eliminate unsightly issues such as nail chipping, ragged cuticles, and callused skin. The manicure includes nail buffing and polish, leaving nails smooth and shiny (an $18 value), and the one-hour Spa Club pedicure soothes the tougher calluses that result from being walked on all day (a $38 value), leaving your feet smoothed, exfoliated, and nail-shiningly refreshed. Today's deal also includes a yearlong membership ($25), which locks in discount rates at all three locations of The Spa Club for the duration of one 67,000-mph trip around a gigantic, flaming plasma orb.
Stop hiding under wide-brimmed hats and curtains of hair with today's Groupon to Kai the Medical Spa. For $40, you can indulge in a 60-minute facial that will have you pouting and posing for the next available camera, mirror, or hunter-gatherer.
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They say good things come to those who wait. For Aura Hair and Body Studio, that thing was a person, a master aesthetician named Rebecca Segars. After a 13-year stint in the financial industry, Rebecca decided to pursue her passion for skincare.
She spent the next 11 years practicing in her own studio space in Holladay, and 3 years at Got Beauty, before joining the Aura team and their talented staff of stylists. Rebecca specializes in microdermabrasion, chemical peels, facials, and waxing.
When it comes to looking good, Oh Aicha's stylists have you covered. Trained professionals perform treatments such as full body waxing, facials, chemicals peels, laser hair removals, and tanning. Other services include lash extensions, massages, permanent makeup, and teeth whitening.
As a child, Erin Kump's favorite toy was the portable foot spa she used when giving her family members pedicures. Her favorite treats were the mud masks her mother would bring home for her from the drugstore. This interest in beauty blossomed into a career, and she became an aesthetician full time.
From their nook in Salon Rain & Day Spa, awash in soothing earth tones, Erin and her staff help work toward clients' aesthetic goals with a full roster of body treatments. Shelves brim with products from Image and HydroPeptide, which can be calibrated to help clear up acne, refresh lax skin, and empower patrons to fight signs of aging without drinking from fountains that conquistadors put their mouths all over. Beneath a sign reading “In the depths of the soul, everyone deserves to feel beautiful,” slow exhalations rustle the long leaves of live bamboo plants. Aestheticians slip past, leaving the scents of peppermint M’lis wraps and seasonal treatments in their wake.
During a 45-minute European facial at Black Tie Salon & Day Spa, clients undergo an epidermal analysis that helps to determine the correct treatment to nourish and relax the skin. A cleansing and an exfoliation remove surface dirt, dead cells, and gravy smudges, and a mask addresses particular skin issues. A hand-and-arm massage delivers soothing strokes to loosen the muscles. Clients can also choose an eyebrow service, crafting perfect arches with which to express delight over their facials. Warm vitamin-infused wax smothers brows before their quick removal with a cloth strip. Threading provides an alternative for those with sensitive skin or a deep empathy for candles. During this method, a twisted cotton thread lassos entire rows of hair to shape brows gently and efficiently while preserving the surrounding skin. Guests awaiting treatment can recline on a plush black-leather couch and peruse a collection of magazines inside a sleek studio of red walls adorned with black mirrors.