Facials go beyond the spa’s signature service to cleanse, tone, and firm skin; peels resurface and repair complexions with gentle acids
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A facial rehydrates skin that’s been dried out by years of hanging out in the sun or being trapped inside a large, airtight plastic bag. Break out without breaking out with this Groupon.
$44 for a seasonal elite facial with a lactic- or glycolic-acid peel (an $88 value)<p>
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.
The experience was very relaxing and enjoyable. The woman that gave me the facial was super nice and did a great job. She was very open to the fact that I have sensitive skin and was prone to eczema flair ups if scented and/or non-hypoallergenic items were used on me. Unfortunately, I did react to something she used, so although the actual facial felt nice, my face now feels like leather, is very red and burns constantly. I'm afraid I won't be going back.