Like fine marble statues, human bodies must be touched up on a regular basis lest their surfaces dull, their north sides moss, and their forearms fall off. Lavish your life vehicle with today's Groupon to Guy and Company in Hot Springs. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a bikini wax (a $40 value).
- For $49, you get a full facial with a chemical peel and microdermabrasion (a $145 value).
Guy and Company's team buffs, beautifies, and polishes patrons from crown to phalanges using high-end products from Aveda and Dermalogica. The bikini wax smoothes and streamlines beach bathers, who also have the option to upgrade to a fuzz-free Brazilian for $20 more. Alternatively, the one-hour facial begins with a tension-transforming massage through the chest and shoulders and a careful analysis of endemic skin issues, such as repressed memories of childhood chicken pox. After cleansing, masking, toning, and moisturizing, a chemical peel permeates pores and sloughs away surface-level cells. Finally, the glass wand of the microdermabrasion machine traces visages inch by inch, peppering pelts with microcrystals and siphoning away dead skin, pore-cloggers, and evidence of aging, such as imprints from 19th-century monocles.
Guy and Company's earth-toned walls, golden wooden armoires, glittering track lighting, and oversized gilt-edged mirrors envelop beauty-boosters in luxury. Similarly, appointment rooms showcase colorful linens, candles, and quiet music to liberate minds and facilitate quiet contemplation about the mysteries of the whale's song and the porpoise's slam poetry.
Hydei Childs at Guy & Co Salon & Skincare Center
Guy & Co's team of beauticians overhauls outmoded outer appearances with an aesthetically driven menu of services for hair and skin. Hydei Childs, the salon's skincare expert, wields Dermalogica products in a private treatment room during classic and luxe facials such as the caviar collagen mask. Out in the salon, scissors-wielding stylists reimagine manes with haircuts, coloring treatments, and upright cowlick extensions, or aestheticians soften epidermal expanses with facials and waxing sessions. Botanical products from Moroccanoil and Aveda help staffers accomplish beauty-boosting feats and are also available for purchase à la carte. Sandy hues wash over the salon's tranquil interior, where walls of ornately wrought mirrors allow patrons to view their freshly shorn hairdos.
4328 Central Ave.
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913Get Directions