What You'll Get
Reversing the march of time requires a PhD in quantum physics and plutonium-powered parade mace. Kick your high-step into reverse with today's age-defying Groupon: for $65, you get a one-hour signature facial (an $85 value) and microdermabrasion (a $75 value), with a 25-minute hand reflexology treatment (a $25 value), or a one-hour antioxidant facial (an $85 value) with LED light therapy (a $75 value), and an herbal eye contour (a $25 value) at Anti-Aging Aesthetics (a $185 total value each) inside Sola Salon in Duluth.
Anti-Aging Aesthetics' experienced staff envelopes dermises in a cocoon of agelessness, employing high-quality products in its rejuvenating packages. Each signature facial is tailored to individual faces to exfoliate and extract undesirable epidermal debris. Trained aestheticians apply a nutrient-rich seaweed firming-mask to countenances, rhythmically massaging necks and shoulders with hot stones. Let shimmering microcrystals gently scrub away dead skin cells during the microdermabrasion treatment, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, coconuts, and sunspots acquired on deserted islands. A hand reflexology treatment completes the package with a natural-brown-sugar scrub and pressure-point massage that sends sparkly relaxation waves from the top of the head down through the tips of teacup-toting pinkies.
The one-hour antioxidant facial coats mugs in skin-saving nutrients, sloughing away cellular clutter with exfoliation, a pressure-point facial massage, and a complexion-coddling mask. During the noninvasive LED light therapy, lasers skirt the surface of the face, unveiling younger-looking skin with no downtime. The herbal eye contour augments moisture and firmness with a mixture of herbs and antioxidants that leave the area around the eye sockets with more youthful vigor than a baby in a jetpack.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to Availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Anti-Aging Aesthetics
Skin is the body's largest organ, say the pros at Anti-Aging Aesthetics, so skincare "is not just about looking good." Serving as a barrier against bacteria and toxins, and bearing the brunt of environmental stressors, skin deserves to be treated kindly and the spa's estheticians rise to that challenge. Facials, LED therapy, peels, and microdermabrasion are among the dermal pampering processes here. There's something for almost every part of the body, like the "back facial" that cleanses dorsal pores and smooths out wrinkled "kick me" signs.