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What You'll Get
True beauty runs deeper than the surface, which is why most attractive people have transparent skin. Show off inner radiance and outer glamor with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get an Americanized Geisha facial at AudGirl Aesthetics (a $140 value).
AudGirl Aesthetics’ licensed aestheticians coax rejuvenated radiance out of weary countenances with the Americanized Geisha facial. After a gentle wash removes surface dirt, visages slough off used-up cells via microdermabrasion, whose tiny crystals whisk away worn surfaces before forming themselves into a mobile for the delight of newborn cells. Aestheticians then envelop mugs in a mask of Uguisu No Fun, a favorite skincare product of Japanese geisha and kabuki actors. With nightingale droppings as its active ingredient, the enzyme-rich batter infuses countenances with the pearly smoothness of a marble statue and the healthy glow of a marble statue covered in glowsticks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About AudGirl Aesthetics at Biltmore Salon
A licensed aesthetician of 15 years with spa and medical experience—she worked with The Skin and Cancer Center of Arizona—and a published author, Kriss of AudGirl Aesthetics takes a combined clinical and natural approach to skin care. That means she uses botanicals and pharmaceutical-grade products—think imported French white clay, Dead Sea minerals, and PCA peels—to remedy her clients' blemishes. Customization is at the heart of the work she does; during every one of her facials, Kriss will customize a medley of serums and masks to address her clients' specific needs.
Her facials themselves are versatile and wide reaching. Kriss offers general oxygen and European facials as well as specialized treatments such as the geisha facial, which draws on ancient methods once used by Kabuki dancers and re-popularized by Oprah.