The body stands up to gravity's bullying every day, while the mind and soul leisurely spend their time playing Sudoku and filling up on chicken soup. Arm your body in a brighter shell with today's Groupon to Cara Bella Studio, which recently moved to East Prentice Avenue in Greenwood Village. Choose from the following options:
• For $105, you get a one-hour, in-office laser teeth-whitening treatment (a $325 value).
• For $105, you get a back facial with microdermabrasion, massage, and reflexology treatment (a $245 value).
• For $105, you get a European facial with microdermabrasion or enzyme peel, massage, and reflexology treatment (a $245 value).
Cara Bella's licensed aestheticians blanch biters and refresh dermal layers using state-of-the-art treatment tools. Treat tarnished teeth to three gentle, 20-minute laser blasts in one office visit, emboldening enamel with the same pain-free cold-light whitening technology used in professional dental offices, improving bicuspid brilliance an average of eight shades.
The back facial (a $90 value) burnishes patrons’ hard-to-reach posterior panels, and frazzled faces find similar relief with the refreshing European facial (a $90 value). Both treatments start with cleansing and toning products, then swaddle skin in steam harvested from tropical clouds, evicting blackheads and other impurities. Microdermabrasion (a $90 value) deeply exfoliates the skin, or faces can opt to cast off spent skin cells with an enzyme peel instead. A 15-minute massage (a $20 value) clears away any lingering tension left from the body’s heated internal debates about foreign policy. Finally, a reflexology treatment (a $45 value) puts pressure on precise points on the hands and feet, urging them to relax and pat their owner on the back, and a mini foot facial tempts tootsies with a taste of the care lavished on their upstairs confreres.
Cara Bella Studio
Supervised by an on-staff medical director, Cara Bella Studio's staff brings its A game to rejuvenate entire bodies with massages and med-spa treatments. Trained massage therapists wring tension from muscles to reduce stress and widen range of movement and also prop up postures by whispering pep talks to vertebrae. Nonsurgical med-spa services such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments aim to liberate facescapes from fine lines, and teeth whitening and eyelash extensions amp up smiles and winks, respectively.