As the largest organ system, skin protects the body from the four elements that make up the natural world and the 12 elements that make up unnatural, form-fitting jumpsuits. Touch-up your visceral shield with today's Groupon to Guy and Company Salon Group in Hot Springs. Choose between the following options:
• For $49, you get a 60-minute facial with a chemical peel and microdermabrasion treatment (a $145 value, including tax).
• For $29, you get a hand and arm skin-resurfacing treatment (a $65 value, including tax).
Guy and Company's team buffs, beautifies, and polishes patrons from crown to phalanges using high-end Aveda and Dermalogica products. The 60-minute mug overhaul begins with a thorough skin analysis, uncovering underlying problems and setting a customized course of action. An aesthetician twice-cleans countenances before hunting down and extracting blackheads and microscopic prairie dogs. A chest and shoulder massage wicks away tension while masks tone and hydrate visages, leaving just enough room for the rejuvenating lip and eye treatments. Chemical peels exorcise dead cells from epidermises, leaving countenances clear and faces unhaunted. Finally, microdermabrasion packs an extra exfoliating punch by enlisting microcrystals to gently expunge superfluous body bark for fresh, blemish-free faces.
During the skin-resurfacing treatment, doters massage palms, forearms, and biceps with a brightening elixir that diminishes sunspots before the chemical peel banishes dingy upper-dermises to uncover gleaming skin. Guy and Company's earth-toned walls, golden-wood armoires, glittering track lighting, and oversized gilt-edged mirrors envelop guests in luxury. Similarly, appointment rooms showcase colorful linens and candles 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.