A glowing complexion can be a sign of healthy skin or a sign that you fell asleep near a trashcan fire. Brighten up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a one-hour Anoo’s Organic Facial (an $88 value)
- $99 for a punch card for three of the above facials (a $264 value)<p>
An aesthetician slowly kneads the face with oranges, vitamin E, and glycerin, and follows up with a cucumber-papaya massage. When the skin is thoroughly cleansed, the specialist proceeds to steam the face, drain congested pores, and apply a custom mask. The aesthetician uses a stone to enhance the facial massage and relieve tension in the hands and feet. Each session lasts a total of 60 minutes with 50 minutes of hands-on time.<p>
Though Anoo’s Herbal Day Spa sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.<p>
Anoo's Herbal Day Spa
Ani Miryala started learning ancient-Indian skincare techniques at an age when most people think "acne" is the misspelling of a Road-Runner plot. Surrounded by uncles who were practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine, Miryala immersed herself in the noninvasive organic methods taught at the family beauty school, eventually opening a spa with her three sisters. As Kate Hamilton of Skin Inc. magazine reported in 2008, Miryala now owns one of the largest female-operated companies in southern India and has brought time-honored Indian traditions to the United States at Anoo's Herbal Day Spa and a dozen other locations worldwide.
The aesthetician and published author has amassed a team of licensed specialists that rejuvenates minds and bodies with chemical-free treatments. Hair-removal technicians refine 80–120 eyebrows per day with signature threading services, leaving behind more clearly defined arches than a freshly poured sidewalk. Pesticide-free fruits and vegetables nourish skin during Indian facials, and natural peels and herbal-microdermabrasion techniques leave faces smooth and glowing. To combat stress, the crew massages muscles with an ancient herbal-wheat-dough method that turns muscles into soft, buttery loaves of relaxation.