What You'll Get
Humans are obsessed with their own faces, which is why four different presidents carved themselves into a mountain. Flaunt your façade with this Groupon to I Spa in Queens. Choose from the following options:
For $49, you get one microdermabrasion (a $135 value) or one hydroxy acid peel (a $95 value).
- For $129, you get a skincare package (up to a $615 total value), which includes:
- One IPL photofacial treatment (a $480 value)
One microdermabrasion (a $135 value) or one hydroxy acid peel (a $95 value)
- For $229, you get a skincare package (up to a $1,230 total value), which includes:
- Two IPL photofacial treatments (a $480 value each)
- Two microdermabrasions (a $135 value each) or two hydroxy acid peels (a $95 value each)<p>
Crisp black and white furnishings provide an elegant backdrop to flourishing plants and twinkling tea lights, by which I Spa’s staff pampers clients with custom services. During each microdermabrasion, a technician spends 30–40 minutes scouring skin with a handheld device that releases small crystals to rub away dead skin cells, diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and smoothing skin. The 30- to 40-minute chemical peel’s hydroxy acid formula works to reduce signs of aging, including wrinkles and hyperpigmentation, without being overly invasive. Each 20–30 minute IPL photofacial treatment uses gentle doses of pulsed light to treat skin blemishes and fine lines caused by sleeping too little or with a tennis racquet as a pillow.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. New clients only. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Crisp black-and-white furnishings provide an elegant backdrop to flourishing plants and twinkling tea lights by which iSpa's staff pampers clients with custom services. Massage therapists apply palms and fists to knotted muscles, practicing Swedish, deep-tissue, and reflexology techniques to work out muscular Rubik's cubes. In dimly lit facial rooms, aestheticians exfoliate skin and then infuse it with vitamin-rich plant extracts and Dermalogica products. A laser room houses high-tech gadgets that remove hair and rejuvenate skin, and a spacious mani-pedi studio plays host to overstuffed pedicure chairs and manicure kiosks.