Giving yourself a back massage is impossible, much like keeping your eyes open while sneezing or reading an entire book. Give spines a rest with today’s Groupon to Essence Spa and Boutique in Longmont. Groupon holders must specify their desired massage at the time of booking. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get an Essence signature facial (up to a $60 value).<p>
- For $32, you get a 60-minute Swedish, lomi-lomi, or prenatal massage (up to a $65 value).<p>
- For $55, you get a spa package (up to a $125 value), which includes the following:
- 60-minute Swedish, lomi-lomi, or prenatal massage (up to a $65 value)
- Essence signature facial (up to a $60 value)<p>
Essence Spa and Boutique’s team of specialists lavish attention on clients with a range of indulgent massage and facial treatments. Customized to each individual’s skincare needs and trouble areas, the spa’s 60-minute signature facial begins with a deep cleanse, an exfoliating mask, and a gentle facial massage. A secondary hydrating mask helps lock in moisture, leaving skin as youthful and bright as a newly hatched flashlight.
Skilled therapists unfurl knotted musculature with three types of massage. Swedish-based treatments aim to release toxins and improve oxygen flow and therapists apply rhythmic, full-body strokes with their forearms, elbows, and hands during traditional Hawaiian lomi-lomi treatments. Customers may also opt for a specialized prenatal session, which can help alleviate joint pain for mothers-to-be, while simultaneously relaxing soon-to-be-borns before their big debuts.
Though Essence Spa and Boutique sometimes offers a discounted rate online, this Groupon still presents the best deal available.
Essence Spa and Boutique
Mother-daughter owners Brenda Willoughby and Ashton Wiley specialize in making women and men feel well-groomed and confident with a carefully selected menu of skincare, nailcare, and bodycare services. A team of nail techs and estheticians stands by ready to pamper clients from head to toe, and a boutique stocked with feminine accessories completes clients’ new makeovers like the frosting on a carrot. Nail technicians exfoliate phalanges and slather them in essential oils before polishing nails with products by OPI, LaLicious, and CND Shellac. Estheticians rely exclusively on natural, preservative-free skincare products by Sanitas to hydrate and cleanse countenances, and waxing sessions wick away unwanted hair with hard or soft waxes from Cirepil. On their way out, patrons can peruse the boutique’s purses, jewelry, and cashmere social-security cards.