What You'll Get
Removing the top layer of skin from a face is good for more than just solving every single Scooby-Doo mystery; it can also result in a smoother, healthier face. For $30, you'll get a microdermabrasion facial at Esthetique Spa (a $60 value). The cozy, intimate Magazine Street spa specializes in high-quality products and expert service.
Like the receipts, crumbs, pennies, and lint that linger in the depths of your purse, dead skin cells and dirt can clog your pores and form a dingy dead-face mask over your own beautiful mug. Microdermabrasion dumps your face purse upside down, shakes out the crumbs, and vacuums up the grossness. This gentle, non-surgical procedure utilizes a powerful wand to slough off dead skin cells with cactus-like precision. The friendly, licensed aestheticians at Esthetique expertly perform each cell shedding, uncovering a fresh, younger complexion beneath previously dull skin. Even if you follow a regular cleansing and toning routine, a microdermabrasion treatment will ruthlessly evict dead-skin-cell stragglers.
Esthetique's intimate setting and soothing atmosphere offers refuge from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Sunny yellow walls stimulate the senses as you settle into your private treatment room for the procedure. When you can't face spring with a new face, at least approach the season of tulips and rain jackets with a new layer of gorgeousness. Relax and revive any day except Monday and Sunday. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 27, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Esthetique Facial Spa
Three aestheticians, a massage therapist, a threading artist, three treatment rooms, and a treasure-trove of paraben-free skincare products await visitors at Esthetique Facial Spa—basically, everything that’s needed to tend to all skin types. Tucked beside the Whole Foods Market on Magazine Street, Esthetique Facial Spa and its savvy staff have welcomed clients to relax and rejuvenate since 2008. Makeup lessons with artist Elise Davis help patrons master crafting fresh new looks or using tried-and-true techniques, and fertility massage aims to restore balance in the reproductive system and help break up scar tissue.