Stop hiding your face behind mailing envelopes, Barry Bonds cards, or empty television boxes. Today’s Groupon clears your complexion with a $59 Iderm Dermaculture Facial Treatment from Face to Face LA, a $125 value. Plus, when you bring in your Groupon, you'll get a 20% discount on Face to Face's private-label products, including anti-aging creams ($54+), antioxidant serums ($36+), cleansers ($27), and moisturizers ($48+).
Face to Face’s Iderm treatment gets your skin beyond beaming by working from the inside out. Instead of only freeing the gunk trapped inside your pores, this extraction method uses a low-intensity galvanic current to release hydrating healthy vitamins, minerals and a low-intensity galvanic current into your skin. The spa's friendly, expert technicians know how to overpower pores, banish acne, and repress age lines with all-natural, clean, and good-smelling steams, serums, and creams.
The sleek, state-of-the-art space features a minimalistic décor of stunning chandeliers, modern wall accents, and rich pantones of green, copper, and cream. Get this Groupon to purify your skin after covering it in face paint for your Halloween costume, or to remove the signs of aging if you’re dressing up as a child beauty-pageant queen or a child beauty-pageant queen dressed as a baby.
The press gives Face to Face’s intensive facials a glowing review, with mentions in Studio City Lifestyle, 944, Daily Candy, and Lucky, among others.
- What sets their facials apart from all others is that they believe on working on the skin from the inside out resulting in the reduction of pore size, elimination of acne and firming and tightening of skin. – 944
- Afterwards, I literally did not recognize the person with undetectable pores and glowing skin staring back at me in the mirror. It was so captivating, in fact, that I must have lost track of time while gazing at my reflection, because Marianne, my genius aesthetician and co-founder of Face to Face, returned to my treatment room to make sure I was okay. – Beauty and the Feast
Are You Looking in a Mirror, or at Yourself?
A writer for the Beauty and the Feast blog says that after her facial she "literally did not recognize the person" she saw in the mirror. This leaves two possibilities: She was either suffering from total amnesia, which is rare, or she was not actually looking in a mirror, but at another person. Here's a handy guide to determine if you're looking in a mirror or at someone else:
Q: Is the figure staring back at you mimicking your movements exactly?
A: If so, whomever you're looking at is skilled at mirroring exercises and is likely an acting student. Be wary of them.
Q: Does the person in the mirror look exactly like you?
A: If so, you are looking at your long-lost twin. If you're already a twin, you're looking at a long-lost triplet. Shocking.
Q: Does the person you're seeing look nothing like you and act completely independently of your movements?
A: If so, you've entered the Mirror Universe, where your screams are silent and your dreams become terrifying reality. Unable to trust those around you, for they are mere figments of your subconscious, your only hope to escape is to face down your ultimate fear personified by a talking spider with a goat's face. Good luck.
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Face to Face Los Angeles
Face to Face Los Angeles sprang from the fertile, well-moisturized mind of Robert van den Hurk, who wanted to make the latest advances in beauty technology available in a fashionable day spa. Aestheticians perform anti-aging skincare services with a proprietary line of products mentioned on Examiner.com. Body wraps help to funnel infrared heat deep down to help to break up cellulite deposits, and clinical facials clear out pores with the power of galvanic currents and shouting "fire!" near patches of congested skin.
“They were amazing!!!!”
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