Today's modern world, with its plethora of countries, panoply of waterways, and constantly changing laws about what is and what isn't "mail fraud," is as confusing as it is stressful. Get a clear definition of relaxation with today's Groupon: for $89, you get a La Petite Exotic Rose facial and your choice of a Belgian-chocolate mud wrap, exfoliating body scrub, or tea tree gel wrap (a $180 value) at Suki Fit Spa in Citrus Heights.
Armed with an array of skin-saving potions, tonics, and tinctures, Suki Fit Spa's experienced aestheticians wrangle wrinkles and rough spots into submission with soothing spa treatments. Gussy up grumpy grills with the La Petite Exotic Rose facial, during which one of Suki's skin technicians will buff out worry lines with a combination of exfoliation and steam, followed by a rejuvenating massage and a gentle rose-scented aromatherapy that leaves your face feeling clean and smelling like the day you first purchased it. In addition to countenance counseling, Groupon holders can engage in total top-layer refurbishment with a choice of one of three full-body skin treatments. The Belgian-chocolate mud wrap coaxes noxious toxins from their rich nougat-filled hiding places with an antioxidant-laced dessert poultice, and the exfoliating body scrub employs a blend of vegan ingredients such as vitamin-packed beluntas leaves, mung beans, and avocado extract to polish away epidermal impurities. With a focus on refreshing hydration, the tea tree gel wrap locks moisture in cellular cells with a combination of soothing gels, treatment mists, and oil from Aquaman's hair.
First-time customers should plan to arrive spa-side at least 15 minutes early for a health assessment, skin calibration, and celebratory round of high-fiving with Suki's friendly professionals. Bottled water and snacks are also available during treatments, though guests should plan to turn off cell phones when they enter the spa.
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