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What You'll Get
Regular facials often lead to a glowing complexion, compliments from total strangers, and the ability to purchase Happy Meals without a fake ID. Retaste the cuisine of childhood with today's Groupon: for $35, you get one of six personalized facial treatments at Bella Kara Skin Care in Portage (up to a $75 value).
Bella Kara Skin Care's owner and certified medical aesthetician Linda Perez, as well as paramedical aesthetician Gina Szpak, renew run-down complexions with six facial treatments that tackle a variety of dermal woes. During the 75-minute anti-acne facial (a $75 value), aestheticians steam open pores before performing extractions, slathering visages in clay and glycolic masks, and beaming a high-frequency blue light treatment or glow stick over façades to kill bacteria. Choose a quick 30-minute enzyme facial (a $45 value) for thorough exfoliation, or challenge time with a 60-minute anti-aging treatment (a $65 value) with cell-rejuvenator mask. A relaxing 60-minute aromatherapy facial (a $65 value) soothes sinuses aggravated by aggressive eskimo kisses as nimble fingers knead away knots from tense faces, necks, and shoulders.
Customers interested in the deluxe facial or a chemical peel are welcome to pay the difference between the value of the voucher and either service. Call ahead to schedule a face-saving session.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for ultrasonic, anti-acne, anti-aging, enzyme, refirming, or aromatherapy facials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bella Kara Skin Care
Backed by their exclusive line of rejuvenating skincare products, the certified medical aestheticians at Bella Kara Skin Care can handle any skin concerns thrown their way. Relaxing spa rooms come stocked with the company’s personal line of eye creams, toners, and exfoliators, giving aestheticians the tools they need to fade signs of aging and erase blackheads. The techs combine their products with microcurrent-wave technology and LED-light therapy. They also enhance eyes with makeup and by individually applying NovaLash extensions or noodles to existing lashes.