From infancy, skin is tasked with protecting the body against summer’s heat, winter’s cold, and Grandmother’s pinch. Keep your outer layer looking awesome with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$89 for a 60-minute spa package (a $205 total value)
- A deluxe facial (a $95 value)
- A mask (a $25 value)
- A full body scrub (an $85 value)<p>
$109 for the 60-minute spa package, plus a 60-minute deep-tissue massage (an $80 value; a $285 total value)<p>
The 60-minute package begins with a deluxe facial. Aestheticians deep cleanse pores with the help of a Farmhouse Fresh mud mask and customized tonics that smooth and hydrate your complexion. Next, limbs are polished with an organic sugar scrub and shea butter is applied to leave the whole body dewy and soft. The massage option follows 60 minutes of skin conditioning with an hour of deep-tissue bodywork that uses firm pressure to relieve chronic pain.<p>
Feather Skin & Body Studio
In a sunny room above Sleepy Dog Coffee, Wendy Wiltfong pulls back the curtains on the windows to the soul. The owner and dexterous aesthetician at Feather Skin & Body Studio specializes in enhancing peepers, particularly eyelashes. She is so keen on them that she became certified in the application of Xtreme Lashes extensions and also learned how to dye eyelashes with LashDip after watching clients inscribe their eyelids with teenage poetry to make them appear darker and their gazes more intense. Also an avid student of skincare, Wendy earned a certification from PCA Skin to vivify and cleanse complexions. Wendy uses tonics from the paraben- and sulfate-free Farmhouse Fresh line to refresh skin all over the body, and her knowledge of the Alexandria sugaring technique eases the pain of whisking hair from tender areas.
Downtown Eagle River
11517 Old Glenn Hwy.
Eagle River, Alaska 99577