Faces, like potatoes, must be scrubbed and buffed to clear away excess dirt, remove dry skin, and prevent the emergence of extra eyes. Buff away unsightly blemishes with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $45 for one organic deep-cleansing facial ($95 value)
- $120 for three Groupons, each good for one organic deep-cleansing facial ($285 value)
- $95 for one oxygen-infusion facial ($195 value)
- $275 for three Groupons, each good for one oxygen-infusion facial ($585 value)
Each organic deep-cleansing facial uses organic ingredients that are free of preservatives, dyes, chemicals, and animal ingredients, and are gentle enough for sensitive skin. The facial includes steam, cleansing and exfoliation, and extractions, followed by a custom-mixed mask. The oxygen-infusion facial lives up to its name with an organic hyperbaric oxygen serum that delivers vitamins and anti-oxidants to the skin.
Behind The Seen Organic Face & Body Care
For mother-and-daughter team Pamela and Teal, beauty is a family tradition. Pamela—an aesthetician, shiatsu therapist, and makeup artist—has taught skincare seminars around the world, mentoring many successful makeup artists and working with celebs such as Eric Roberts, Beau Bridges, and Stacy Keach. Teal—an on-location makeup artist influenced by both her mother's experience and her uncle's work for film and TV—has freshened many famous faces herself in her 14-year career. Working on numerous films, music videos, and fashion shows, she found herself enhancing the features of Shannon Elizabeth, Salma Hayek, and Christina Ricci, among others, and her work has been featured in the print work of famous photographers such as Michel Comte and Jamais Vu.
Together with a team of licensed aestheticians, mom and daughter embrace an approach that blends natural and organic products with cutting-edge services, including LED light therapy, microdermabrasion, and Intraceuticals oxygen-infusion treatments. The spa's own eco-friendly brand of organic skincare products includes apothecary-style blended masks, firming gels, and moisturizers worthy of nourishing celebrity visages or their wax-based likenesses. And, to nourish the environment, all products are packaged in recycled plastic containers featuring labels printed with soy ink.