Chemical peels clear away the outermost layers of skin with glycolic acid or vitamin C–rich formulas for brighter, more toned complexions
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $36 for One Bioelements Peel, Clinitone Glycolic Peel, or Pure Vitamin C Peel ($75 value)
- $66.50 for Two Bioelements Peels, Clinitone Glycolic Peels, or Pure Vitamin C Peels ($150 value)
- $87 for Three Bioelements Peels, Clinitone Glycolic Peels, or Pure Vitamin C Peels ($225 value)
The Bioelements service is an acid-hybrid peel that removes the uppermost skin level without redness, flaking, or actual peeling, resulting in unclogged pores and tightened, younger-looking skin. In addition to the two different glycolic acid levels chosen by an esthetician to meet the individual needs of the client, skin also benefit from the detoxifying effects of activated charcoal, deployed to draw out impurities and toxins that accelerate aging.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About About Face Beauty Spa
Robin Manoogian, the owner of About Face Beauty Spa, served as the in-house make-up artist for WXYZ TV Channel 7 news, and boasts a client list full of high-profile names. Her staff is equally accomplished; makeup artists Marla Herschelman and Amelia Anderson, for instance, have done makeup for Harper's Bazaar, photo shoots for the Detroit Red Wings, and political debates. All of their talents are on display at About Face, where they work alongside licensed estheticians and massage therapists to help clients achieve their personal image goals. Private makeup consultations are available with Robin and Marla, as are makeup lessons that teach clients how to best embellish their own features while in front of a mirror or a neighbor's garden gazing ball. The staff also offers a wide slate of services ranging from facials and massages to mani-pedis and waxing, and sells take-home products from brands such as Bioelements and Evian.