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What You'll Get
Eighty percent of America's cucumber crops go toward pickles; the other 50 percent are distributed among spas for edible eye coverings. Harvest your senses with today's deal: for $60, you get $150 worth of services at Elase Academy. The posh South Jordan beauty school trains students in advanced medical aestheticery under the tutelage of medical professionals, master aestheticians, and record-holding cucumber farmers.
Your Groupon is good for any of the following treatments: facials (starting at $20), chemical peels (starting at $45), lash tintings ($10), wax-offings (starting at $5), hot-stone therapy treatments ($45), body scrubs ($45), soul-sack wraps ($55), gentleman's (or gruffman's) services ($20 and up), fingernail glazing ($2 and up), face-paint applications ($20), and pedi pampering ($2 and up). Injections, eyelash extensions, massage therapies, products, and facial replacements are not available with this Groupon. Services are performed by Elase's advanced students, who pamper guests at a professional level while retaining an amateur's good nature and ability to see through walls.
Mix and match treatments to polarize surrounding light with face and fingernail sparkle, or book a lavish day of pampering as a treat for successfully transferring a VHS copy of The Goonies to Blu-ray. The serene spa is housed in a relaxing, 6,500-square-foot, modern facility, and your treatments will be performed with state-of-the-art equipment. Call ahead for an appointment.
Elase Academy was featured on Fox 13's Business Now.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Does not include injections, massage therapy, or products. Valid only at South Jordan location. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About National Institute of Medical Aesthetics
The curriculum at National Institute of Medical Aesthetics is a well-rounded look at what it takes to be a salon professional—maybe because cofounder Carrie Brinton isn’t just a skincare expert but also a business owner who employs more than 20 master aestheticians herself. Thanks to her influence, students learn the principles of customer service, business operations, and sales at the same time as they practice their aesthetics skills at the school’s onsite spa. Brinton’s staff of experienced instructors supervises students as they treat clients to spa services both traditional and trendy. Students perform facials, chemical peels, nail services, and waxing to cover their classic treatment bases, and man ultramodern lasers to oust unwanted hair, moles, and tracking devices from the skin.