Pedicures give feet a break from the daily monotony of walking to bus stops and drop-kicking unsolvable Rubik’s cubes. Pamper paws with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $65 for a spa package (a $140 value) with mani-pedi and 60-minute customized signature facial
- $79 for a deluxe spa package (a $181.95 total value) with mani-pedi, 60-minute customized signature facial, take-home bottle of OPI nail polish (an $8.95 value), and one bottle of either special cleansing gel or ultra-calming cleanser, depending on skin type (a $33 value)<p>
Nail technicians primp fingers and toes with a spa manicure that includes a skin-softening paraffin dip, and a spa pedicure complemented by a hydrating mask and cellophane wrap to drive moisture deep into the skin. During facials, a licensed aesthetician determines skin type before performing a cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and facial massage followed by a custom mask. For at-home purification, clients choose either calming cleanser made up of a fragrance-free, pH-balanced cream, or cleansing gel, a soap-free foaming purifier.
Jerry and Linda Cammuso inaugurated their first spa-salon in the spring of 1974 within a modest 600-square-foot space in Monroeville. Even though a wealth of success eventually led the salon to relocate to a new 2,200-square-foot facility, the couple and their seasoned team still strives to maintain that same small, family-owned feel. Amid sky- and moss-hued walls, stately black mirrors float between individual beauty stations where stylists diligently snip, color, and style clients' tresses. A giant photomural depicts a palm tree leaning across a stretch of white sand toward glittering blue water as photos and art pieces throughout the salon allude to the tranquility of tropical locales. Within private rooms, aestheticians, cosmetologists, and massage therapists enhance statures through facials, waxing, and Swedish or deep-tissue massages. Colorful bottles of Paul Mitchell, Nioxin, and exclusive signature Cammuso products line the waiting area's ebony shelves, allowing clients to bring home the same products used by their stylists for at-home beauty maintenance and mid-commute hairspray fights.