Becoming an adult means developing a few wrinkles, much like becoming a teenager means driving across the country to meet the scientists that grew you. Escape the inevitable with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one chemical peel (a $100 value)
- $69 for two chemical peels (a $200 value)
- $99 for three chemical peels (a $300 value)<p>
An aesthetician helps choose from a variety of superficial PCA Skin peels, which can address conditions including dryness, acne, and hyperpigmentation. The peel formulations use a mild acid to slough off the outer layer of the epidermis, producing a tighter, dewier appearance in about 30 minutes, with no need for downtime.<p>
Glow Medical Spa and Salon
When thinning out her eyebrows as a young woman, Saima Bukhari discovered something surprising: she was pretty good at this whole beauty thing. Soon, she was helping her friends improve their looks, a passion that would lead her to stints as a Lancôme makeup artist and student at Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy. She opened Glow Medical Spa and Salon with her husband, using her University of Cincinnati education to help share her talents with the public. Together with her staff, she manages wily heads with custom haircuts and styling, including coloring and full and partial highlights for men and women. When not busy culling body hair with waxing and laser hair removal, staffers expand their relaxation services to the whole body during mani-pedis, facials, and five different massage modalities. They also administer dermal fillers and injections to reverse the signs of aging, and tighten skin with the FDA-approved SmartLipo system.
Inside Glow, crystal chandeliers droop down to illuminate rich wooden floors, blending with natural sunlight, a welcoming fireplace, and flickering candles to bathe visitors in soothing rays. A comfy waiting room replete with tea cookies and pastries showcases the salon's products from brands such as Éminence Organic Skin Care and Bumble and bumble. Inspirational messages pepper the decor, with decorative signs reminding visitors to "glow," "dream," and "don't store extra bubblegum in hair."