Body wraps were invented by the Egyptians, who somehow knew mankind would one day need mummies to play the saxophone solos in Halloween party songs. Do the mash with today’s Groupon to Face to Face Los Angeles in Studio City. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a 50-minute session in a Formostar Encore infrared body wrap (a $90 value).
- For $99, you get three 50-minute sessions in a Formostar Encore infrared body wrap (a $270 value).
Face to Face Los Angeles sprung from the fertile, well-moisturized minds of intercontinental duo Robert van den Hurk and aesthetician Marianne Kehoe, who wanted to make the latest advances in beauty technology available in a fashionable day spa. The Formostar Encore wrap applies targeted infrared heat to the body with the goal of breaking up subdermal cellulite deposits and improving circulation by giving blood cells the old hotfoot treatment. Wrapees may read, listen to music, or play rochambeau with themselves as the Formostar works at liquidating fat cells over the course of an hour. The noninvasive treatment is said to help with pain relief and arthritis as well.
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.