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What You'll Get
Without frequent pampering, the human body is unable to keep all of its parts working together in harmony, which leads to constant fighting over which toe gets to control the remote. Tune up your limb-team with today’s Groupon to Alora Ambiance Spa in Boonton. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a Father’s Day spa package, which includes a one-hour men’s facial (an $85 value), a 60-minute deep tissue massage (a $95 value), and a $15 gift card (a $195 total value).
- For $137, you get a one-hour custom spa facial (an $85 value), a 10-minute eye-contour treatment (a $30 value), a Hungarian salt body scrub (a $70 value), a 45-minute Swedish massage (a $80 value), and a $15 gift card (a $280 total value).
The welcoming and highly trained staff at Alora wields an arsenal of treatments that send stress and its signals far from the body. Dads and other patriarchal types can submit their mugs to an hour-long men’s facial, which de-gunks pores and massages cheeks and chins to provide relief from razors’ daily nagging. A deep tissue massage puts pressure on muscles until they reveal their darkest secrets, allowing oxygen and nutrients to flood constricted cells. Guys can customize their experience with a $15 gift card, perhaps opting to send a baseball spinning elegantly from a sports-manicured hand ($20) or convey 70% more skepticism with every squint via a sculpting eyebrow wax ($40). Those who opt for the custom spa facial begin by consulting with Alora Ambiance’s skin-savvy staff to choose which organically-based rejuvenating products they’d like to use on their visage. Like the crew of a turbine-powered ship, each treatment harnesses steam power to extract impurities from pores, and massage to draw forth unforced smiles. A 10-minute eye contour treatment deploys herbal elixirs to hydrate and firm droopy lids before the body is turned over to the tougher love of a Hungarian Salt-Glow body scrub, a 45-minute session of all-over exfoliation via mineral salts and essential oils. Following the scrub, 45 minutes of Swedish massage drive circulation and dispel tension. The included gift card can help fund any of Alora’s services or house line of products, such as a pore-purifying astringent made with green tea and sugarcane ($18). Guests can soak up their full bounty of relaxation all at once or return to slot multiple sessions into erratic schedules.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Alora Wellness Spa
Alora Yoga Studio owner Patricia Rivas has worked as a licensed aesthetician and skincare specialist for nearly a decade. Along the way, she's picked up advanced certifications in treatments such as cellulite-smoothing ionithermie and IPL hair removal and assembled a staff of talented hairstylists, nail artists, and waxing specialists.
At her studio, staffers dole out specialty services, including eyelash perms and extensions, exfoliating salt-glow treatments, and facials that infuse faces with more oxygen and nutrients than a granola-filled balloon. Beyond stocking the shelves with aesthetic aids from such brands as Paul Mitchell, Matrix, and Pravana, Rivas is also the creator of the Ayurveda by Alora skincare line, which includes soap- and- sulfate-free cleansers, as well as body creams infused with white tea and vitamins C and E, and she has added a yoga studio, in which stretchers can get a relaxing form of exercise while bolstering their flexibility and strength.