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What You'll Get
A weathered face can help one project wisdom or blend in at Mount Rushmore but is otherwise considered undesirable. Stand out from monumental mugs with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get a facial and body-polish package at Salon Escape in Chesterfield (a $145 total value). The package includes the following:
- Signature custom facial (an $80 value)
- Dermalogica thermal-body-polish treatment (a $65 value)<p>
The skin savants at Salon Escape rejuvenate epidermal layers with facial treatments calibrated to individual skincare needs with a personal face-mapping analysis and exfoliating thermal body wraps. The signature custom facial kicks off with a double cleansing and exfoliation, ridding faces of dead skin and debris. Extractions, when necessary, and galvanic or high-frequency electro currents excavate deeply embedded impurities. A mask, moisturizer, and solar defense erect a force field around façades more comfortably than donning a Kevlar ski mask, and a shoulder-to-hand massage keeps jealous digits from deviously tickling the dog.
Thermal body wraps simultaneously soothe, warm, and polish the skin with a nutrient-rich cosseting of oatmeal, wasabi, ginger root, and anti-aging white tea. Dermalogica brand’s heat-activation system keeps thermal embraces as toasty as a mitten full of roasted marshmallows.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Services are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SkinSpa at Salon Escape
To foster healthy, radiant skin, the aestheticians at SkinSpa at Salon Escape rely on the Dermalogica face-mapping system––a unique form of skin analysis that is only available at Dermalogica-authorized facilities. During the 5- to 10-minute procedure, a skin expert examines each of the face's 14 zones inch by inch using both sight and touch, noting each zone's unique characteristics and average rainfall on a prescription sheet. This sheet then serves as a visual guide for both client and staff as they decide on a suitable treatment plan, whether it be an ultracalming facial for irritated or inflamed skin or a photofacial for reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Though they spend much of their time focusing on the face, the aestheticians also tend to skin below the neck with custom massages and exfoliating body polishes and can wax away unwanted hair wherever it sprouts.