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Reviewed March 28, 2012
Reviewed January 8, 2012
What You'll Get
Studies show that modulating one’s facial expression instantly builds camaraderie, whether by laughing at a joke, frowning at a sad story, or making empathetic fish lips at an unemployed merman. Prep your kisser for many roles with today’s Groupon to Enesa Skin Institute in Prospect. Choose from the following options:
- For $125, you get an 80-minute Elite European facial package (a $250 value).
- For $375, you get three 80-minute Elite European facial packages (a $750 value).
- For $625, you get five 80-minute Elite European facial packages (a $1250 value).<p>
Each facial package includes the following: * A consultation (a $10 value) * A Signature Royal facial (a $150 value) * Eyebrow design and wax (a $30 value) * Eyebrow tinting (a $25 value) * An Italian-lava hand treatment (a $35 value)<p>
Enesa Seremet adroitly beautifies her charges and wields credentials that include a prestigious French diploma in eyebrow design and more than 30 years of experience in aesthetics. Clients stroll into a tranquil private room accented with aromatherapy candles and soft notes of music, where a lambskin-covered table cradles weary bodies. After a consultation illuminates skin type and personal preferences, clients aspirate their worries in a guided-breathing session. Mugs enjoy a thorough steam spiffing that bolsters circulation, and a brush cleansing removes grime to free patrons of suspicion in mud-pie-heist investigations. An ultrasonic treatment exfoliates, cleanses, firms, and hydrates the entire outer epidermis, and a duet of enzyme and alpha-hydroxy-acid oxygenating peels purge visages of dead cells and promote healing to leave mugs radiating youth like a newborn light bulb. A soothing facial massage concludes the Royal Facial and melts accumulated tension.
Enesa sculpts eyebrows during a custom design and wax, balancing visage symmetry, accenting beauty in the facial landscape, and enabling expression of complex emotions. A subsequent tinting changes brow color, and heated stones exorcize stress from the face, neck, and décolleté area during a tranquil massage. The Italian-lava hand treatment nourishes paws with mineral-rich clay, leaving digits supple, soft, and dexterous enough to play multiple roles in complex finger-puppet productions. View a video of the procedure here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Enesa Skin Institute
Enesa Seremet, who has globetrotted as an international skincare specialist and earned a postgraduate CIDESCO degree in aesthetics, now helms Enesa Skin Institute, a center that specializes in European beauty treatments. In addition to using techniques from overseas, Seremet imports holistic products such as French wax. Unlike standard hot wax, this Parisian product warms in response to body heat rather than freelancing hibachi grills and avoids burning skin as it gently strips away stubble. Dried herbs and spices combine to create masks for six-procedure facials, soaking skin in natural vitamins and minerals. Each session starts with a personal consultation, and early patrons wait for their aesthetician in a yellow waiting room with Victorian-style couches and armchairs.