Peels make faces look younger, allowing parents to pose as their own children during high-school football tryouts. Put on your game face with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one antioxidant enzyme facial with a glycolic peel (a $100 value)
- $75 for two antioxidant enzyme facials with glycolic peels (a $200 value)
- $110 for three antioxidant enzyme facials with glycolic peels (a $300 value)
During each 60-minute facial, a savvy aesthetician deploys an organic, fruit-based mask that revitalizes the skin and evicts the sources of blackheads and acne breakouts. The glycolic peel added onto each facial lifts away dull layers of skin to reveal fresh, untarnished layers underneath.
Hanan Day Spa
Under the guidance of owner and licensed aesthetician Hanan El-Youssef, Hanan Day Spa's staff of aestheticians analyze and treat skin issues with a full range of skincare products and services. During signature facials, the spa pros swipe away dull skin with antioxidant enzymes and gentle cleansers to combat the signs of aging or fight acne, and microdermabrasion treatments refine pores with exfoliation. Hanan’s specialty in Brazilian waxing is evident as her team of specialists smooth unwanted hair from nether regions and other physical surfaces, such as the housecat’s favorite chair. Alternatively, body wraps packed with French green clay simultaneously leach out toxins and pump in essential fatty acids to improve elasticity.
95% of 135 customers recommend
“Very friendly and experienced.”
“Very intimate environment. Organic products. Special care. I left feeling very pampered and my skin feels great!”
“I found that the Hannon Day Spa was a very warm and friendly place. There's a lot of experience and excellent products used. You can tell that the staff is very warm...”
“I found that the Hannon Day Spa was a very warm and friendly place. There's a lot of experience and excellent products used. You can tell that the staff is very warm and cares about their clients, and wanted to make sure that your needs are being met”