Moisturizing the skin, like smuggling potpourri into prison, ensures that cells stay fresh. Keep beauty on lockdown with today’s Groupon for spa services at Helle. Choose from the following options:
- For $65, you get two Brazilian waxes (a $130 value).
- For $75, you get one 60-minute Angel Face facial and one Brazilian wax (a $150 value).
- For $85, you get two 60-minute Angel Face facials (a $170 value).
Helmed by an [aesthetician](http://www.helleseattle.com/angels.php) versed in Chinese, ayurvedic, and Western beauty rituals, Helle boasts a service [menu](http://www.helleseattle.com/menu.php) that spoils skin with indulgent face-and-waxing treatments. Absolve sinful complexions with an Angel Face facial, which anoints skin with a custom selection of Dermalogica products throughout a 60-minute epidermal exorcism. A warm cloak of steam and a correctly entered CAPTCHA opens pores for exfoliation and extraction before frontispieces mellow out under a creamy mask, lymphatic drainage, and a pressure-point scalp massage. Skin surveyors can also explore more private acreage, pruning hip hedges with a precision Brazilian waxing that will increase the curb appeal of thigh-side homes.
A spread of custom spa and salon services foster aesthetic peace in a relaxed, homey setting. Skincare treatments are tailored with Dermalogica's brand of highly customizable products and special salves made in-house to prevent curfew violations. Drawing on Chinese, Ayurvedic, and Western medicine systems, the beauty therapists diagnose conditions such as poor circulation and dehydration, which can inform single treatments or a six-week regime to reset skin function. Paul Mitchell and Awapuhi Ginger products help stylists wrangle unruly halos in an intimate salon room with baroque gold mirrors and pink-on-pink stripes. Each treatment is given a heavenly name to emphasize Helle's good and evil theme, which is echoed in the spa's crimson paint job and matching velvet tufted couch.