Your face is the ultra-logical Vulcan of your body, and not just because it goes mad with lust and tries to kill William Shatner every seven years. For $25, today's deal gets you an appropriately rational customized signature facial at Facelogic Spa, a $59 value. This Groupon is good at three of the spa's locations — Sugar Land, Pearland, and at the Meyerland Plaza Mall, all open Tuesday through Sunday. You may put the value of your Groupon toward upgraded services and pay the difference during your visit.
Facelogic logisticians use scare tactics such as science and numbers to counteract the stress and lack of complexion clarity that can impede your ability to steer vehicles with your face. The friendly aestheticians at Facelogic Spa will gaze upon your visage to analyze your skin type and customize your facial treatment to meet your skin’s individual needs. The Facelogic Signature Facial awakens slumbering skin through 50 minutes of deep cleansing, exfoliation, steaming, optional extractions, and mask therapy, with a bit of therapeutic massage to help your mug relax, bringing a glow to even the most Gollumy skin and undoing years of playing the MMORPG known as Real Life.
Your face is often the first thing about you people notice, unless you've cleverly diverted their attention by refusing to wear pants. Give the front of your head the care it needs with today's Groupon, or gift the personalized package to a friend’s deserving countenance.
This Groupon is valid for new customers only.
Three Yahoo! Locals give the Pearland location four stars:
- I'm very picky about products and ask a lot of questions - the esthetician was very knowledgable [sic] and answered all my questions respectfully and thoroughly. I'll be back next month! – saving $$$
- I love going to Facelogic for my monthly facial. They open the door for me, and greet me with a smile. The customer service is EXCELLENT. – Braelyn
The facials at Facelogic Spa aim to make people feel like they're floating. Not just because of the soothing products used or the aestheticians' massage techniques, but because every client sits in a cloud-like zero-gravity recliner during their service. Unlike a traditional massage table, these chairs elevate legs to take stress off the spine and make the body feel as if it's hovering like a slice of cucumber on an air-hockey table.
While clients are suspended in this stress-free state, aestheticians tend to professional-strength skincare with a roster of masks, peels, and serums. Advanced options include chemical peels to brighten, resurface, and exfoliate faces.