Your hands and feet never get a vacation, even when the rest of your body does. To keep these overworked extremities from overthrowing your head in a coup d'etat, treat them to today's Groupon: $29 for a manicure, pedicure, and wine at Burgundy Moon Spa & Winehouse (a $70 value). Located just 15 minutes outside of downtown Charlotte, this short drive makes for a nice little getaway without requiring you to pack a heavy suitcase.
Burgundy Moon uses high-quality products and practices for all its services. Spa technicians sterilize all instruments with a hospital-grade autoclave and use pipeless pedicure thrones for maximum hygiene. Your Blush of Burgundy foot-pampering session includes a signature Blush of Burgundy soak and a nourishing shea butter balm. Your nails will then be perfectly groomed and polished—perfect for hand modeling, digging victory gardens, and flirting in sign language.
While waiting to get your mani-pedi, you'll receive a glass of signature wine (must be 21, or 171 if you're a rabbit). Use the opportunity to practice your foot-mouth coordination while your hands are getting their rejuvenating manicure.
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Citysearchers give Burgundy Moon Spa & Winehouse five stars:
- You are welcomed by a friendly staff and given a locker where you change into a robe and slippers. I waited in the relaxation room and had a glass of their house wine that was included with my package. My skin felt wonderful after I left and I was so relaxed. – Madeinthe80s, Citysearch
- I also had a Spa Vintage Pedicure and it was so relaxing and my polish held up for over a month! – jmcmahon, Citysearch
Once In a Burgundy Moon
A burgundy moon is as deep and rich as a glass of wine from the spa of the same name. Many colored moons, in fact, have cultural – even portentous – implications:
Blue Moon: The expression "once in a blue moon," is derived from the profound unlikelihood of finding an individual younger than 115 years old who knows the lyrics to the 1934 hit "Blue Moon."
Red Moon: Portends werevampires. If you're not holding your breath in a solid silver bathtub full of garlic and holy water, you're already one of them.
Green Moon: After the ragingly popular nuclear testing fad of the 1940's and 50's, many well-reasoned scientists and politicians noticed that the proliferation of nuclear weaponry and materials had potentially negative social and environmental consequences. As a result, in 1967, all remaining nuclear weapons were fired at the moon, where they promptly reacted with the moon's natural photosynthesis, creating a luminous radioactive green glow. This reaction oxygenates our oceans, which, as Darwin teaches us, is where babies come from.
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