Removing the top layer of skin from a face is good for more than just solving every single Scooby-Doo mystery; it can also result in a smoother, healthier face. Expose unknown beauty with today's Groupon to Honeydew Beauty Lounge. Choose from the following options:
- For $45, you get one facial (up to a $100 value).
- For $85, you get two facials (up to a $200 value).
- For $115, you get three facials (up to a $300 value).
- Available facials include:
- Collagen facial (a $95 value)
- Vitamin C facial (a $95 value)
- Organic phyto-pumpkin enzyme facial (a $95 value)
- Oxygen facial (a $100 value)
The experienced aestheticians at Honeydew Beauty Lounge rejuvenate clients' visages with luxurious, custom 75-minute facials. Patrons can diminish wrinkles and soothe redness and splotches with the hydrating effects of collagen facials, which plump up frazzled skin for a smooth, youthful appearance. The vitamin C facial brightens, tones, and firms the skin with an antioxidant punch that leaves skin as radiant as a head butt from an orange. Sun-soaked beauty seekers can reverse the rays' aging effects with the organic phyto-pumpkin enzyme facial brimming with anti-aging vitamins and minerals that help skin heal and protect itself. The oxygen facial helps rejuvenate the dermis with a stream of airbrush-delivered hyperbaric or pure oxygen, plus anti-aging serum.
Selah the Art of Beauty
The first thing many people notice about Sheilah Collins is her chatty demeanor, but the owner of Selah the Art of Beauty has more to offer than a friendly conversation. In her nearly 20 years of industry experience, she has also come to appreciate the importance of quiet relaxation. She and her team of technicians do everything in their power to promote a stress-free and rewarding spa experience, using organic and vitamin-based products during their calming facial treatments and painting nails with specialty Shellac polishes that resist chipping. The spa’s massage therapists strive to meet the high bar set by their counterparts, unwinding tension and repairing shoulders’ antiquated, steam-powered gears with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone techniques.
Center City West
2116 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103