A healthy body sometimes requires a little help, either from taking a multivitamin or willing yourself to grow a third little baby lung. Give your body a bonus with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for a one-day pass to either day of the BeWell Beauty & Wellness Expo (a $25 value)
- $19 for a two-day pass to the BeWell Beauty & Wellness Expo (a $50 value)
The expo fills the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, September 29, and Sunday, September 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Scores of exhibitors stand ready to answer questions about their latest cosmetic products, divulge beauty and wellness secrets, and show off the benefits of new spa treatments, styling aids, and nutritional supplements in exclusive demonstrations not normally available to the public.
Speakers go deep into an array of topics: Dr. Zein Obagi explains why moisturizing might not be the most important element of skincare, Dr. N. Perricone discourses on the relationship between genes and food, and red-carpet stylist David Babaii shares the secrets behind hairdos that won’t explode under a flashbulb. Though high-tech treatments abound, presenters also focus on beauty and health tips you can use in even a robot-free home setting—in a live demonstration on Saturday, author Donna Tokugawa shows how to make a steeped-green-tea mask for reducing wrinkles.
Beauty & Wellness Expo
Typically, only the megafamous have a life coach, dermatologist, makeup artist, massage therapist, and nutritionist at their beck and call, but the Beauty & Wellness Expo surrounds beauty seekers of all kinds with hundreds of relevant professionals. The founders devised the celebration of beauty and the body after 20 years in the skincare and spa industry. Their professional expertise made it easy for them to keep up on the trends emerging in the fast-paced field, but they began to realize that it was less simple for everyday consumers.
They saw that advertisements and the media rarely provide the whole story behind the newest beauty buzzwords or whether it’s still safe to eat bananas before noon—so, drawing on their connections, the company created an environment for consumers to meet directly with skincare lines, medical professionals, and other wellness experts. The resulting expo is an arena for men and women to check out the science behind superfoods, indulge in mini spa treatments, and pick up discounts on a vast array of products and services.