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What You'll Get
Without regular care, people often lose confidence in their nails, letting high-fives become waist-level threes and jazz hands turn into manual muzak. Show off proud digits with today's Groupon to Iris Nail & Spa in Lansdale. Choose between the following options:
- For $27, you get an Iris mani-pedi (a $55 value).
- For $49, you get an Elizabeth-Arden Red-Door spa mani-pedi (a $105 value).
Iris Nail & Spa styles savvy appendages with the pampering ministrations of its mani-pedi treatments. Nail technicians lavish attention on tensomes in both the 45-minute Iris and 80-minute Red Door options, cleansing, shaping, and trimming nails until they form the perfect palette for polish or finally concede to refereeing thumb wars. After a cuticle grooming, manicurists give fingers one-on-one massaging attention, and toes rise from their soapy den to undergo the soothing strokes of a hot-stone massage. Staffers accessorize nails in the client's choice of polish, creating decadigits as bright and fashionable as a child prodigy at a debutante ball. The longer Red Door mani-pedi spoils mitts with Elizabeth Arden products, and all patrons sit atop therapeutic pedicure chairs designed to release spinal tension during their relax-a-thons.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at Lansdale location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Iris Nail & Spa
At Iris Nail & Spa, you can keep your exact number of toes a secret—patrons can opt for nail services in private pedicure rooms or the main salon. Nail technicians’ handiwork ranges from traditional manicures and pedicures to treatments that incorporate luxurious extras, such as Elizabeth Arden products, herbal exfoliation, and green tea antioxidants. Their facials, meanwhile, take a preventative approach to skincare more effective and less bulky than wearing a hockey mask; they perform feats that range from non-surgically lifting faces with collagen to minimizing fine lines with anti-aging ingredients. Alternatively, staffers can relieve muscle tension with massages, or wax away unwanted stubble.