Like the best pie dough, your body needs to be moisturized, kneaded, and smoothed before it's ready to be filled with apples and flung against a loved one. Get a delicious, crumb-free exterior with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a massage spa package or a facial spa package, both of which include a manicure, a pedicure, sauna sessions, and discounts at EuroSpa by Veronika, located by the Buffalo Niagara International Airport in Cheektowaga (a $335 value).
With more than 20 years of pore-pleasing knowledge tucked into her experience belt, owner Veronika Moran created EuroSpa by Veronika as a relaxing retreat to pamper stressed skin with a spread of services. To begin their four-step spa package, clients choose either a 60-minute hydrating facial to moisturize parched pores (a $75 value) or a limb-loosening 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage (a $75 value). Both options include a 45-minute shellac manicure that swaddles nails in a chip-free, hypoallergenic polish for up to two weeks, much as infant producers are swaddled in back issues of Variety (a $30 value). The 45-minute basic pedicure revitalizes toes and removes clinging crustaceans from the rocky tips of soon-softened feet (a $40 value). Each journey of relaxation also offers five 30-minute, far-infrared sauna sessions to help reduce cellulite, decrease joint stiffness, and steam off any old postage still clinging to your skin (a $200 value). Patrons also get two $10 discounts good toward their next two shellac manicures.
Nestle into the tranquil oasis of wooden accents and maroon bed coverings, glancing into decoratively lit mirrors as you practice your complimentary-beverage-sipping demeanor and time your swiftest eyebrow raises. EuroSpa's brigade of beautifiers is regularly trained in the latest techniques and products to ensure all services reach their maximum pampering potential instead of fritzing out at a level of minor relaxation.
EuroSpa by Veronika
At EuroSpa, founder Veronika Moran, who was trained at both an aesthetics school and dermatology school in Hungary, draws upon 20 years of experience to beautify patrons with spa services that find her sprinkling clients with Éminence Organic products. The all-natural ingredients in this skincare line from Hungary are handpicked and mixed in small batches and combined with thermal hot-spring water. Veronika chose this line in order to give her clients a more upscale spa experience without requiring the staff to wear tuxedos.
This devotion to luxury is seen the spa's facials, which lavish skin with Hungarian moor mud and blueberry peels, body wraps, which cocoon guests in mint or chocolate, and makeup applications, which transform faces with Youngblood mineral cosmetics. It's also evident in the high-tech far-infrared sauna and the private rooms for mani-pedis.