In one of the most miraculous transformations in the natural world, an ugly caterpillar wraps itself in a cocoon and emerges six to eight weeks later as either a beautiful butterfly or a much-uglier caterpillar. Revel in a more predictable and effective beautifying treatment with today's Groupon to Body Karma. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of bath and bodycare products.
- For $40, you get a 50-minute custom clay body wrap (an $85 value).
At Body Karma, aesthetic experts indulge epidermises with custom clay body wraps amid shelves stocked with a selection of natural bodycare products. The clay body wrap aims to absorb excess oils, toxins, and miniscule packing peanuts from flesh while exfoliating the skin and improving epidermal circulation. Staff members coat clients' skin with soothing clay and essential oils. Like the tightly packed beans and pico de gallo in a toasty beautifying tortilla, bodies are then embraced in a warm blanket wrap. The treatment concludes as massage matrons knead weary feet and hands and paint appendages in a light cream.
Alternatively, clients may sniff around Body Karma's myriad bodycare products, herbs, incense, and candles. The shop's products are whipped up locally from essential oils and natural preservatives and are free of synthetic alternatives and toxic elements such as kryptonite. Clients can slather epidermises with the signature body butter, in which a medley of shea butter, cocoa butter, and mango butter form a moisturizer that doubles as a delicious toast topping ($11 for 8 oz.; $20.50 for 16 oz.). Bulk bathing salts, such as the Alaea sea salt ($15.95) or the Himalayan salts ($12.95), can eliminate toxins, improve circulation, and alleviate sore muscles and joints.