It can be tough to relax, between work, family, and the unrealistic nighttime demands of your horse-headed dream boss. Escape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$42 for one of the following spa treatments (a $120 value):
- 60-minute massage of your choice (a $120 value)
- 60-minute custom facial of your choice (a $120 value)<p>
$82 for both of the above spa treatments (a $240 value)
Massage therapists soothe muscles and ease tension with Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and prenatal massages. Facials target a variety of skin concerns, including dry skin, acne, and fine lines. To brighten dermises, aestheticians often use organic products and ingredients such as maple, vitamins, and herbs. Before their spa day begins, visitors don plush robes and slippers and can sip tea or coffee while the stresses of the outside world retreat faster than a skydiving racecar.
Beauty and the Bull
The trained technicians at Beauty and the Bull soothe skin with anti-aging spa services inside a 2,500-square-foot loft space. Botox injections, chemical peels, and facials packed with antioxidants and Resveratrol all work to turn back the clock on wrinkled faces. In addition to visage beautifying services, the team at Beauty and the Bull also offer massages, waxing, mani-pedi, and body treatments. Exposed-brick walls, vintage furniture, and eclectic art give roomy common spaces a funky feel, and staffers educate their clients with samples of product doled out from behind a sleek, glass-topped beauty bar. At night, Beauty and the Bull transforms into a neon-lit social hub, where patrons can hone anti-aging recipes during cooking parties in the loft-style kitchen or test out new laser-tag outfits underneath glowing blacklights.
67% of 205 customers recommend
“Might be helpful to tell you customers to leave extra time to find parking. Much of the street parking has an hour limit during the work week. So, folks need extra...”
“Might be helpful to tell you customers to leave extra time to find parking. Much of the street parking has an hour limit during the work week. So, folks need extra time to find a spot and walk.”