What You'll Get
Faces periodically require a good scrubbing, just like cars, floors, and Teddy Roosevelt’s glasses on Mount Rushmore. Clean up your act with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get a Nutricentials revitalizing facial or a Nu Skin 180 System AHA peel and facial at CJ’s Hair Salon and Day Spa in Prairie Village (up to a $75 value).
CJ’s Hair Salon and Day Spa employs aestheticians skilled in pampering visages, their cosmetic artistry having garnered the 2011 Talk of the Town award for excellence in customer satisfaction. Within the confines of a private room, the 60-minute Nutricentials revitalizing facial unfolds with a skin cleansing to release dead cell build-up and ghosts of blemishes past. Steam unblocks pores while the skin sensei analyzes the epidermis, exfoliates, and performs extractions. A gentle massage of the face, neck, shoulders, and dorsal fin is followed by a customized mask and tone to soothe and condition. Celltrex Ultra Recovery Fluid serum pumps the façade with moisture, while the Intensive Eye Complex cream and Nu Skin revitalizing moisturizer hydrate to protect freshly glowing countenances.
Alternatively, a 60-minute Nu Skin 180 System AHA peel and facial sweeps away dull, aging skin with a 10% lactic acid solution that is less abrasive than typical clinical peels. The formula stimulates cell renewal by enhancing collagen synthesis and chemically exfoliates to lighten facial discoloration caused by prolonged periods of embarrassment. The visage revamping begins with a cleansing and steam treatment before the aesthetician analyzes the kisser and swathes it in Nu Skin 180 mist toner. A relaxing massage of the face, neck, and shoulders precedes a meticulous exfoliation. The skin expert then applies Intensive Eye Complex cream and day or night moisturizer depending on the hour and the moon’s temperament.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 19, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Valid only for select estheticians. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.