Equani Spa at Brasstown Valley Resort

Young Harris

16 Ratings

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In a Nutshell

Indulge in a soothing Swedish or deep-tissue massage, sugar spa mani-pedi, or 50-minute facial or sugar-glow exfoliation

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires May 18, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. 20% service fee will be applied based on retail value of services. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Eight Options

  • $59 for a 50-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage, valid Monday–Friday ($110 value)
  • $69 for a 50-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage, valid any day ($120 value)
  • $49 for a sugar spa mani-pedi, valid Monday–Friday ($90 value)
  • $59 for a sugar spa mani-pedi, valid any day ($110 value)
  • $55 for a 50-minute Down to Earth, Hydromemory, or Skin Resonance facial, valid Monday–Friday ($105 value)
  • $65 for a 50-minute Down to Earth, Hydromemory, or Skin Resonance facial, valid any day ($115 value)
  • $100 for a 25-minute massage, manicure, pedicure, or 50-minute sugar-glow exfoliation, valid Monday–Friday ($185 value)
  • $110 for a 25-minute massage, manicure, pedicure, or 50-minute sugar-glow exfoliation, valid any day ($215 value)

Nail Growth: Magic at Your Fingertips

Salons’ technicians will always have their work cut out for them, as nails never stop growing. Check out Groupon’s study of the science behind their constant regeneration.

Whether replacing fat cells at the rate of 10% each year or spawning new skin cells by the minute, the human body is in a constant state of regeneration. Besides our hair, nowhere is this continual growth and change more evident than in the nails. Highly vulnerable to chips and snags, fingernails compensate for the abuse by growing approximately 0.1 inch per month, regenerating completely in around four to six months. Toenails, by contrast, grow at a rate about three to four times slower, taking up to 18 months to fully bloom again.

The process begins beneath the skin’s surface just above the first knuckle, at a site known as the nail root, or nail matrix, which produces the tough, transparent keratin protein that makes up each nail. From this subcutaneous factory, the nail crawls across the flat, sensitive portion of skin called the nail bed, continuously growing until it’s either trimmed or gets stuck in a filing-cabinet keyhole. As the nail continues to sprout, the outer tissue on its bottom edge—called the eponychium—and the skin that frames it on the sides—called the folds—hold it in place and protect it against foreign invaders such as dirt, bacteria, and water. Along the way, dead skin cells from the eponychium embed themselves to the nail plate—forming the pale, crescent-shaped layer known as the cuticle, which functions as a sort of dam sealing off the eponychium and further protecting the body from impurities.

In a study attempting to explain why the growing rate of British thumbnails have increased from 3 millimeters (about 0.12 inches) per month in 1938 to 3.55 millimeters (about 0.14 inches) today, researchers at the University of North Carolina proposed this theory: “A rapid change in the environment, lifestyle and health conditions—such as diet, physical activity and body composition—has occurred over the past 30 years.” Indeed, there are a number of variables that determine how fast a nail springs forth. The amount of vitamin D a person receives, for instance, has shown to affect growth, so nails tend to flourish faster in the plentiful sunlight of summer. Age is another factor—children grow their nails at an incredibly fast rate until reaching puberty, at which point their nail growth slows down by 50%. Even right- or left-handedness plays a role, as nails tend to come in more quickly on the dominant hand, which is why volleyball players spike with their opposite hand to avoid popping the ball.

Customer Reviews

16 Ratings

Wonderful massage and beautiful facility. Would absolutely go back at full price.
Amy L. · May 20, 2016
Equini spa is a wonderful place to relax.
Nancy T. · May 20, 2016
Print out the voucher. Robin is the best for a Swedish massage.
Ann S. · May 17, 2016
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    Young Harris

    6321 Highway 2

    Young Harris, GA 30582

    +18002013205

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