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What You'll Get
Manicures keep people from shamefully hiding their unkempt hands in pockets, mittens, or two wedding cakes. Keep your hands held high with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for one spa mani-pedi (a $60 total value)
- $89 for three spa mani-pedis (a $180 total value)
Each mani-pedi treatment includes a cranberry spa manicure (a $25 value), which uses cranberry enzymes and fruit acids to exfoliate the hands before a staffer massages fingers and palms with vitamin-rich shea butter, applies a hot towel, trims cuticles, buffs the nails, and then adds a bright new coat of polish. The Cape Cod spa pedicure (a $35 value) includes a moisturizing whirlpool soak and a cleansing scrub, as well as heated towel wraps, a light massage, and a nail treatment. Additionally, each Groupon customer has the option to schedule a foot massage for half off.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 8, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cranberry Nail Spa
Inspired by its surroundings, Cranberry Nail Spa devises treatments that are grounded in a sense of place. The signature spa manicures and jelly pedicures incorporate enzymes as well as fruit acids derived from cranberries, exfoliating the skin with products inextricably linked to the region's berry-laden bogs. From there, they can beautify fingers and toes with some more traditional spa products, including CND acrylic extensions and chip-resistant Shellac gel polishes. The facial treatments can hydrate and cleanse cheekbones with organic blends of fruit-, herb-, and vegetable-based skincare products. Cranberry Nail Spa’s team doesn’t neglect the bulk of the body, though; therapists render massages using modalities from shiatsu and qi gong therapy to deep-tissue pressure and putting one of those vibrating alarm clocks that can walk on your back.