Beautiful faces are the only faces that get a chance to appear on magazine covers or in movies where high school seems fun. Get starlet fever with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for one aromatherapy facial (a $90 value)
- $89 for two aromatherapy facials (a $180 value)
- $75 for $150 worth of BioTec USA products and services, excluding massages
The 50-minute signature aromatherapy facial gently massages the face, scalp, and shoulders with fragrant essential oils. The treatment, which does not employ extractions, is designed to diminish under-eye puffiness and swelling, promote detoxification, and calm the skin after a laser resurfacing treatment or a session of high-speed apple bobbing.
Groupon customers can use the $150 voucher toward facials such as the custom clinical facial, which features exfoliation, a high-frequency treatment, and a hydrating mineral mask ($150), or products such as Bio-Cell Ultra Nourishing cream, a formula from the Ultimate Spa Experience line that hydrates skin with caviar, white-truffle, and grape-seed extracts ($135).
BioTec USA founder and licensed aesthetician Tanya Gospodinova has been transforming complexions for three decades. After studying medicine and dermatology in Bulgaria, Gospodinova created a day spa that would evolve into a research-based health-care and beauty haven. She wanted to develop topical products that were not only capable of fighting everyday signs of aging but also potent enough to repair skin post surgery. Her Serum Collagen HP, for example, includes active ingredients such as niacinamide, which improves elasticity, green coffee extract, which nourishes skin with polyphenols, and glycoprotein from the Antarctic sea, which moisturizes and promotes collagen production.
Gospodinova and her team employ the powerful, nature-based formulas during results-oriented facials, peels, and microdermabrasion treatments. At each consultation, she uses video microscopy to magnify the skin 1,000 times—enough to spot the tiniest imperfections and determine for certain whether a freckle really looks like Elvis.