What You'll Get
Backs earn spa days by spending weeks supporting heavy heads and carrying loads of cargo up the Grand Canyon. Relish a well-deserved respite with today’s Groupon: for $170, you get a spa day for two at Shear Bliss Salon and Day Spa in Lake Mary (a $350 total value). The spa day includes the following services for two people:
- A 60-minute therapeutic Swedish massage (an $80 value each).
- A Shellac manicure (a $35 value each).
- A toenail polish change (a $10 value each).
- A brow wax (a $15 value each).
- A shampoo and blow-dry (a $35 value each).
At Shear Bliss, an expansive, vaulted-ceilinged relaxation haven, expert beautifiers team up to overhaul patrons from head to toe. In a private room, the nimble fingers of licensed massage therapists knead two tense bodies during 60-minute Swedish massages, employing long, flowing strokes to flush out aches, knots, and car keys trapped in clenched fists. De-stressed patrons, clad in plush robes and cushy slippers, emerge from the session with increased circulation and loose limbs. Nail technicians steel fingers against the elements and sandpaper-insulated mittens with Shellac manicures, then give toenails a fresh layer of polish. Brow-designers shape eye frames into entrancing archways before handing over visitors to hairstylists, who lather up locks and blow-dry them into chic styles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Shear Bliss Salon and Day Spa
In Shear Bliss's 7,200-square-foot relaxation haven, 23 hairstylists, five nail technicians, and three makeup artists beautify guests' exterior images, and four massage therapists, a physician, and a nutritionist help bolster their health. Nail specialists steel fingers against the elements and mittens insulated with sandpaper by performing standard manicures, which pepper polish with UV light to lend it greater durability. In a private room adorned with framed certificates declaring their well-rounded training, technicians clear skin imperfections with medical treatments such as sclerotherapy.