A weathered face can help one to project wisdom or blend in at Mount Rushmore but is otherwise considered undesirable. Stand out from monumental mugs with today’s Groupon to Center for Healing Arts & Massage in Sterling Heights. Choose between the following options:
- For $34, you get an energizing facial (up to a $69 value).
- For $40, you get a deep-cleaning facial (up to an $89 value).<p>
The skilled aestheticians at Center for Healing Arts & Massage—nominated as CityVoter’s Best Day Spa in 2011—tighten and tone skin using all-natural, organic products. During the 50-minute energizing facial, staff members jettison dead skin cells with an exfoliating blend of Lily Organics seaweed cleansers and honey masks molded by crafty black bears. Advanced Japanese acupressure methods pair with European facial techniques to help to increase blood flow and repair damaged tissue, and a relaxing head-and-neck massage purges pent-up stress and tension from sore muscles.
Alternatively, the 75-minute deep-cleaning facial nourishes faces with an abundance of organic fruits rivaled only by the contents of Carmen Miranda’s hat closet. The treatment combines a blueberry exfoliant, a raspberry moisturizer, and a lime toner by Éminence Organic Skin Care with a paprika-and-fruit-pulp mask to firm up saggy mugs and bolster a visage’s vitality. Staff members will analyze the epidermis in order to employ the best cleansers and oils for each individual’s skin type. A massage kneads facial and neck muscles, and a deep steaming and an extraction leave pores emptier than a junior-high dance floor.
Though Center for Healing Arts & Massage sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Center for the Healing Arts & Massage
The licensed massage therapists at Center for the Healing Arts & Massage have reduced the stress of half a million clients in the past 20 years. Their extensive experience earned them nominations for CityVoter's Best Massage in 2011 and 2012, and includes expertise in 10 different massage modalities. They can soothe the senses with an aromatherapy massage, or use a deep-tissue techniques to address chronic pain from stress or wearing sweaters made of steel wool.
The center shares the crew's vast knowledge by training up-and-coming massage and reflexology professionals at an in-house school. They also promote wellness via nutritional supplements, relaxing spa treatments, and behavior-changing hypnotherapy.
40580 Van Dyke Ave.
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48313