From infancy, skin is tasked with protecting the body against summer’s heat, winter’s cold, and Grandmother’s pinch. Keep your outer layer looking awesome with today’s Groupon to As You Like It in Glenelg. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get a 30-minute mini facial (a $44 value).
- For $35, you get a 60-minute European facial (a $72 value). </p>
As You Like It’s friendly staff helps clients unwind and rejuvenate their skin regardless of their busy schedules’ constraints. Mini facials take just 30 minutes and provide more benefit than pretending to read Shakespeare on a lunch break. During the abridged sessions, aestheticians deeply cleanse and moisturize visages to quickly freshen skin before a big date with an on-the-clock newscaster. Clients with a little extra time can opt for a European facial, which begins with a deep cleansing and exfoliation. A customized prescription mask ensues, plus a slather of moisture and chin-dimple massage. For a pre- or posttreatment energy boost, customers can fill their mugs with complimentary cappuccinos.
As You Like It Salon and Spa
Getting an awful haircut can be an oddly traumatizing experience. When a teenaged Elizabeth Ford got an awful haircut, she used it as inspiration to work toward opening her own salon one day, where she would ensure her clients would leave happy with how they look. She eventually opened As You Like It Salon and Spa, where after 35 years she's still motivated by the idea that everyone should have a style that makes them feel beautiful. To that end, her and a team of stylists perform everything from haircuts and coloring treatments to keratin and bioionic hair-straightening services.
Over the years Elizabeth also added a spa, and now counts a certified aesthetician and massage therapist among her ranks. Resident aesthetician Gina used to be a television makeup artist, and the studio offers makeup applications as well as lash extensions and glycolic facials. Massage services include relaxation and prenatal sessions, as well as essential oil-based raindrop therapy, which is generally preferred to lightning therapy.