Though body wraps can be useful for drawing out toxins, wrapping yourself in banana peels won't undo the results of a yearlong banana-split diet. Wind yourself into a wrap with a cherry on top with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a detoxifying body-wrap treatment at Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute in Mesa (a $175 value).
The licensed aestheticians at Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute slim and tone figures with mineral-saturated BeautyWrap treatments. During the approximately one-hour process, aestheticians take arm, thigh, and waist measurements and then swathe bodies in mineral- and enzyme-infused cloths, wrapping limbs as snugly as a recently awoken mummy hugs his also-mummified dog. The wrap targets the body's natural buildup of waste products by extracting toxins and steeping soft tissues in vital minerals, toning and tightening the dermal layers after just one treatment. Wrapees can use the wrap's rapid results to kick-start an exercise routine, advance from a dieting plateau, or expand their worldview by experiencing life from the perspective of a cocooned caterpillar.
Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute greets patients with a waiting room adorned with elegant furnishings and d Aest Cushy coffee-toned chairs provide plush seating, and the ornate rug can be ridden home after each treatment.
Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute
Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute medical director Dr. Gregory Allen is a skin specialist who has contributed to FDA research and the FDA approval process. He now shares his epidermal expertise with licensed aestheticians and laser technicians as they apply permanent makeup and perform peels and facials. High-tech equipment abounds at the center, from a VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System for eliminating spider veins to a CO2 laser for reducing wrinkles. Aestheticians rely on skincare products from Derma MD and Obagi, which soothe skin so that clients don't have to cut eyeholes in a receiving blanket and wear it as a mask. An elegant vibe radiates from the spa’s cream-and-black motif, which clients first encounter in a waiting room lined with cushy suede chairs.