A neglected face will rebel by scowling during your wedding vows or sprouting a five o’clock shadow at precisely four. Soothe volatile visages with today’s Groupon from Amanda Banghart at Spa De Da. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a custom facial (a $50 value).
- For $25, you get a chemical peel (a $70 value).
- For $35, you get a microdermabrasion treatment and peel (a $100 value).
Spa De Da co-owner and licensed aesthetician Amanda Banghart welcomes clients into her trendy, skin-centric enclave, where the cozy feel of plush treatment rooms are matched only by Amanda’s warm and friendly personality. Services hone in on each client’s unique skin woes, whether client’s find themselves plagued by blemishes, sporting early signs of aging, or slowly morphing into Don Rickles. The custom facial begins with a light cleansing that sloughs away dead skin cells, allowing Banghart to sneak a peak at the underlying issues they concealed. After Amanda analyzes the skin, she pulls the proper serums to tackle dermal issues during a deep cleansing and exfoliation. An extraction session purges nostalgic pores hoarding dirt and leftover Halloween candy, clearing the facial canvas before a massage leaves cheeks, necks, and shoulders rosy with relaxation. The 60-minute service ends after Amanda glazes the skin in a personalized mask and dollops on anti-aging formulas and SPF protection to safeguard dewy visages.
Amanda’s chemical peel cuts down on treatment steps by coating the skin in a single serum chosen by skin type and concern. The 45-minute peel exfoliates the face quickly and without stripping it of its factory-installed finish, delivering instant results with no downtime. When paired with microdermabrasion, the peel expunges even more textural irregularities to regenerate the skin’s youthful glow and leave it softer and smoother to the touch.
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Feather boas skirt Spa De Da's windows, and kiss-mark-shaped wall decals share space with tan sofas. The flirty, pop-art decor showcases coowner and aesthetician Amanda Banghart's ebullient personality but belies her serious beauty chops. A bachelor of biology from Wayne State College augments her aesthetician's understanding of skin chemistry. Amanda complements her formal and experiential education with professional certifications from Image and Bioelements, from which she learned to design effective skincare regimes with their products.
Drawing on this wealth of knowledge, Banghart analyzes each client's complexion to discover the source of and appropriate treatment for blemishes, early signs of aging, or the slow metamorphosis into a young Benjamin Button. Cosmetics for special occasions also inspired her avid scholarship of beauty.