When faces aren’t properly cared for, humans become reliant on emoticons to convey expressions of sadness, elation, or sunglass-inspired casualness. Reduce your dependence on miniature mugs with today's Groupon: for $45, you get a classical facial at Belle Vie Med Spa (a $90 value). This Groupon expires October, 31 2011.
Belle Vie Med Spa's licensed aestheticians vivify visages with customized facial treatments that utilize medical-grade products. During an hour-long classical facial, a skincare specialist consults with clients, analyzing epidermal landscapes to pinpoint trouble spots and identify rare species of birds. A customized cleansing massage then refreshes façades, followed by a thorough extraction to banish blemishes. Dead skin cells shuffle sheepishly away during the treatment's enzyme exfoliation, and a therapeutic mask penetrates pores with moisture to rejuvenate enervated mugs. The aesthetic expert concludes each pampering session with a product consultation, recommending serums to maintain a radiant exterior in the comfort of your own home or giant peach.
Belle Vie MedSpa
Belle Vie MedSpa's staff includes a nurse practitioner, and registered nurses who all work alongside a handful of licensed aestheticians, massage therapists, and skincare specialists to pamper clients with FDA-approved spa treatments. The highly trained team harnesses tools ranging from Botox injections to hair-razing lasers and may recommend products by Obagi and SkinCeuticals for at-home maintenance.
Specialties include vibradermabrasion, which uses stainless-steel paddles instead of the potentially irritating particles used in traditional microdermabrasion treatments. As they smooth skin, the textured paddles also send a vibrating sensation through the body that many clients find relaxing and many Beach Boys find inspirational. When not making the world beautiful one face at a time, the team at Belle Vie MedSpa puts the focus on building a better community, sponsoring a number of charities, including God's Pantry Food Bank, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and The Nest Center for Women, Children & Families.