Like house parties, massages give people an excuse to forget about everyday stresses and fall asleep on someone else's table. Attend a fettle-ready fiesta with today's Groupon: for $60, you get a one-hour Swedish massage (a $60 value) and a 90-minute Dermalogica facial (a $60 value) at Elicia Riggi Esthetics, located in Cut Loose Hair Design in Carmichael (a $120 total value).
For nine years, Elicia Riggi has helped patrons look and feel their best with custom skin treatments and massage therapy. During the Dermalogica facial, Elicia double cleanses faces using pure water with a pH-balance carefully negotiated in an acid-base peace summit. Then, she exfoliates skin, sloughing off dead cells to create a healthy glow before performing extractions as needed to clear cluttered pores. A mask restores epidermal moisture, and a toner improves the overall look and feel of skin and bestows it with the ability to print office documents. Elicia customizes all skin treatments and may include additional products or therapies to target your unique needs.
In the Swedish massage, Elicia sacks and pillages muscle knots with Norse Viking fury as customers relax on a soft massage table, their tension evaporating like anxious rain puddles. Elicia personalizes massages for each client, focusing on areas that need the most attention or whine the loudest in grocery stores.
Elicia Riggi Esthetics – Cut Loose Salon
Elicia Riggi has walked a mile in the shoes of her clients. The experienced skin therapist found her passion when she found professional relief from her own skin problems. At Elicia Riggi Esthetics, inside Cut Loose Salon, she helps clients overcome their skin issues with customized facials and waxing services. She uses face mapping to help her determine the correct treatment plan, just as a mountaineer uses face mapping to determine which part of a mountain face is the nose and how many gallons of skin lotion to rub on it. The skincare expert has partnered with Dermologica and uses pure, PH-balanced water in all of her treatments. Riggi is also a certified massage therapist and uses this skill to knead away tension with Swedish massage therapy or simply to add a relaxing supplement to facials.