Regular facials often lead to a glowing complexion, compliments from total strangers, and the ability to purchase Happy Meals without a fake ID. Retaste the cuisine of childhood with today's Groupon to Aesthetics at Tiffany’s, located within the offices of Rustad Dermatology. Choose from the following options:
• For $39, you get a 60-minute customized facial (up to an $85 value).
• For $49, you get a 30-minute express facial with a microdermabrasion treatment (up to a $135 value).
• For $99, you get a full set of NovaLash eyelash extensions (a $250 value).
Depending on their skin type, clients get one of the following types of facial:
• Antioxidant anti-aging facial
• Acne facial with extractions
• Men’s facial
• Sensitive skin facial
Aesthetics at Tiffany’s expert beauticians polish and embellish clients’ faces with a slew of spa services. Visage caretakers discuss each client’s specific skin needs with head aesthete Tiffany before selecting one of four 60-minute facials designed to tackle epidermal difficulties like sensitive skin, acne, or frown infestations. Alternately, guests can opt for a shortened 30-minute version of their facial of choice coupled with a skin-freshening microdermabrasion that aims to shrink pores and vanish blemishes. The microdermabrasion unleashes a small-scale sandstorm of miniscule crystals to slough off superficial layers of dead skin, revealing a fresher face ready to kiss the sun on summer days or get splattered in paint during abstract-expressionist finger-painting sessions.
Visitors can also opt to augment their eye flutters with NovaLash eyelash extensions, a battalion of tapered synthetic lashes that last for 4–6 weeks. Using hypoallergenic adhesive if necessary, a technician bonds each precurled waterproof lash to a single natural hair, transforming wallflower eyes into lushly lashed flirting machines over the course of 1–3 hours.
Aesthetics at Tiffany's
Eyelashes are one of Tiffany Baustert's specialties. The licensed aesthetician painstakingly applies NovaLash eyelash extensions to help women looking to fill out depleted lash lines, cut down on their morning makeup routines, or walk down the aisle without their tears of joy sending streaks of mascara down their cheeks. It's all part of what Baustert sees as her primary mission as an aesthetician: to make women feel better about themselves.
To the same end, Baustert offers several services designed to address blemishes. Microdermabrasion and chemical peels can lessen scarring and damage left by acne and other skin woes, and Baustert's newly mastered microneedling technique promotes the body's natural collagen production. Baustert has spent much of her life in and around the beauty industry and is proud of the clinical precision and clear, medical-grade results her work can achieve.