Hair removal, like polishing a vintage Fiat or crafting an eerily realistic museum guard, is a job best done with wax. Get realistically polished with today’s Groupon: for $39, you get a "sac-and-crack" waxing treatment at BOX human landscapers (an $85 value).
Featured on the Travel Channel and Showtime's Gigolos, BOX human landscapers, led by the husband-and-wife team of Bree and Jason Goldwater, has cleared away extraneous strands from clients’ bodyscapes and nether regions for more than 10 years. Clients pass through opulent, wavy, silk brown curtains before the "sac-and-crack" treatment, during which a skilled wax tech applies warm wax to frontal zones and posterior portals to gently evict follicle tenants without the use of paper strips or stern legal documents.
The cozy 1,200-square-foot spa swells with elegant, earthy tones, and hardwood floors, chandeliers, and upholstered furniture render feet, eyes, and backs comfortable, respectively. Clients can buttress their comfort before treatments by sipping complimentary wine or applying numbing potion, which reduces the sting of waxing and coming in third on Jeopardy.
BOX human landscapers
For more than a decade now, Bree and Jason Goldwater's BOX human landscapers has garnered acclaim from local publications and national fashion magazines for its sole service: waxing. Using a special solution that the duo has perfected over the years, Bree quickly and carefully clears hair from anywhere and everywhere on clients' bodies. The vintage-chic waxing salon—complete with dark floral-print furniture, regal drapery, and dangling chandeliers—offers customers jellybeans, cookies, and wine that can be enjoyed while flipping through fashion magazines or bench-pressing coffee-table books.
98% of 117 customers recommend
“Employees make you feel comfortable”
“Great atmosphere!! The lady that did my waxing was professional and friendly! As it was the first time I was getting a Brazilian I was a bit nervous, but she was great! ”
“Great attention to detail, very clean, great service. You really get what you pay for. ”