The face is the human body’s most expressive part, speaking for us when our tongues are occupied with stamps or busy flirting with our tonsils. Reward your face for its unspoken hard work with today’s Groupon to Body Logic School of Aesthetics. Choose between the following options:
- For $65, you get three 60-minute deluxe facials (a $130 value).
- For $49, you get $100 worth of spa services.<p>
Led by master aesthetician Renee Hughes Saxon, Body Logic renews and rejuvenates façades with purifying skin treatments in a relaxing atmosphere. Inside the center, teams of students attending Body Logic School of Esthetics (BLSE) pamper cranial visages with relaxing facials geared toward individual epidermal temperament. Like scaling a neighbor’s Eiffel Tower, the deluxe facial provides a markedly European experience, with 60 minutes of mug love that includes a deep pore-cleansing treatment, extractions, a facial massage, and a custom mask for the face and neck.
Those who opt for a credit toward spa services can let aestheticians wax unwanted pelts from brow ($15–$20) to leg ($35/half, $70/full). Customized facials ($25+) scoff away tired skin while body treatments of sugar scrubs and airbrush tanning ($15+) yield a brand of beauty more smoldering than camp-fired marshmallows. The flickering flame of an ear-candling treatment ($35) aims to alleviate sinus headaches and dislodge choruses of pop songs adrift in the ear canal. Patrons can also bronze translucent skin with a 10-minute spray tan ($30) that lasts about a week, or tint eyelashes ($30) with permanent makeup to emphasize eyes or match with a favorite flavor of candy eyebrows.
Body Logic Wellness Center
Renee Hughes leads the team at Body Logic Wellness Center with a skill set that could put a one-man band to shame—she's a master aesthetician, licensed massage therapist, certified colon hydrotherapist, Endermologie and lipomassage technician, and certified electrologist. Hughes’s team rises to meet her impressive pedigree as they dole out detoxifying wellness treatments, apply eyelash extensions and permanent makeup, and wield lasers to eradicate hair and land-speeders double-parked outside the office.