Faces act as gatekeepers for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon: for $60, you get a Caribbean Queen facial at Hibiscus Day Spa (a $120 value), located in Brooklyn's Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood.
Set in a tranquil cocoon of calm, Hibiscus Day Spa pampers frazzled figures with a spread of beautifying services. During the Caribbean Queen facial, welcoming staffers offer guests a complimentary beverage and guide them to peaceful treatment rooms to examine the epidermis with a level of detailed attention normally reserved for splitting the bill at restaurants. The experienced skin soothsayers personalize treatments by choosing particular potions from the June Jacobs or Peter Thomas Roth skincare lines. Unlike the dehydrating effects of peeling dried glue off of skin, the facial slathers epidermises with hydration and powerful boosts of peptides for a firmer, suppler complexion.
Surrounded by the rich cultural heritage of Bedford Stuyvesant, Hibiscus Day Spa proudly supports the neighborhood by gracing the salon and spa walls with vibrant colors and local artists’ works. For those wanting to indulge beyond the value of their Groupon, Hibiscus Day Spa's Health & Wellness Center also offers a bevy of holistic health therapies from Eastern and Western medicines as well as expands human horizons through lectures and seminars.
Hibiscus Day Spa requests that guests arrive 15 minutes prior to their appointments.
Hibiscus Day Spa
Hibiscus Day Spa’s body-treatment menu looks good enough to eat: the pumpkin body soufflé softens skin with enzymes, and the Ultimate Chocolate Indulgence tantalizes the senses with a cocoa scrub and chocolate-butter massage. Though not as epicurean, Hibiscus’s other spa treatments are similarly luxuriant. The dual massage recruits two therapists to work on a client’s muscular tension, and a Caribbean Queen facial slathers skin with an aromatic blend of peptides and hydrators. Specialty treatments for expectant mothers and brides-to-be fill out the selection, as well as teen services; mini facials help instill healthy skincare habits and massages tackle high-school sports injuries and tension from hanging on a flagpole by your underwear.
For maintenance less aesthetic and more energetic, Hibiscus also boasts an onsite health and wellness center. Here, clients can look to traditional Chinese healing therapies such as sliding-scale acupuncture and reiki energy balancing. Custom nutritional counseling helps participants embrace long-term healthful eating habits.