Some say not to judge a book by its cover, but others say a carefully covered romance novel is the ticket to a thrilling train or airplane travelsperience. Dust your cover's corners with today's deal: for $40, you get a one-hour signature Therapy Systems facial at The Cosmetic Market, an $85 value. This local Green Hills mecca of makeup has been lending a friendly hand and blush brush to the ladies of Nashville for years.
Lucky and US Weekly hail Cosmetic Market's lengthy lineup of beauty products, and the charming shop also offers a cheerful staff of in-house stylists and licensed aestheticians. Your Groupon can only be used toward the signature facial, but you are welcome to stock your beauty bag before you go. (Products are free if you pay for them with money.)
Each signature Therapy Systems facial is customized to meet your skin's individual needs. One of Cosmetic Market's skincare gurus will listen to your desired results to determine the best products for your rejuvenating facial. The 60-minute experience kicks off with a deluxe double cleanse, leaving your face twice as pure and four times as likely to attract puppy kisses. A gentle exfoliation follows to remove the oldest and topmost layer of skin, revealing a smoother version of your former self. Any necessary extractions will clear pores and unclog the receptors your face uses to detect ghosts and SpaghettiOs. Your aesthetician will then target your tense neck and shoulders with soothing massage. Finally, a mask is applied partly to infuse your skin with vitamins and rejuvenating moisturizers and partly for the dramatic effect of removing a mask to reveal the new you.
By appointment only.
Magazines such as People, US Weekly, Life & Style, and Lucky feature Cosmetic Market and its products:
- Where does the star [Faith Hill] shop to refresh her beauty stash? Nashville's Cosmetic Market. – US Weekly
- This insanely comprehensive beauty-goods emporium takes its design cues from the supermarket. – Lucky
- The service is very friendly, and you can sample everything in the store. So it's definitely worth a visit. – Tracy P., Judy's Book
4015 Hillsboro Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37215Get Directions