A day spa is a place to relax as beauty professionals look after aesthetic needs, whereas a night spa is a place crammed with monsters. Stay on the bright side with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one custom facial (a $85 value)
- $69 for two custom facials (a $170 value)
Skincare professionals use Image products to cleanse the face before analyzing the skin. Once specific concerns are addressed, the staff will exfoliate and steam the skin to draw out impurities. The treatment also includes a hydrating mask, massage, and SPF 30 sunscreen.
Different clients may choose the same treatment from Belledonne Spa’s menu, but the spa’s focus on custom skin and body solutions ensures that no two experiences are quite alike. Though the massage menu includes specialized techniques for athletes and expectant moms, its two anchors are the Swedish and deep-tissue massages, each of which is tailored to clients’ preferred pressures.
The spa’s aestheticians match their nimble-fingered counterparts’ concern for customized care. Before embarking on a facial, they survey the skin’s topography to identify its specific needs. Then they pull from a wide array of therapies that include advanced microdermabrasion treatments, ultrasound technologies, and chemical peels that exfoliate as vigorously as skin will allow. Their therapies aren’t just skin-deep, however: Lumicell Touch body-contouring treatments work to reduce cellulite with a blend of collagen-boosting LED light, skin-smoothing rollers, and vacuums that suck up pennies lodged between back muscles.
“I enjoyed it so much that I purchased more services while I was there. can't wait to go back!”
“Very pleased with results. Loved the staff.”
“They need to do minimal maintenance like replacing the Christmas candle and spilt wax in the waiting room. But, for the most part, it was a good experience and I will...”
“They need to do minimal maintenance like replacing the Christmas candle and spilt wax in the waiting room. But, for the most part, it was a good experience and I will return.”