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What You'll Get
The age-defying properties of berries come from their ability to remind the skin of its jam-smeared youth. Give time the raspberries with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a cranberry-apple-soufflé facial at Jennifer's Spa in The Bob Shop (a $120 value).
Jennifer's Spa revitalizes skin with a smorgasbord of fruit-fortified services. The 90-minute facial begins by sloughing away ashen acreage with an apple scrub, revealing fresh, radiant layers of skin. Next, a self-heating cranberry mask stimulates healthy blood flow for a pinch-free pink. Heated hand and foot treatments restore moisture to marginalized extremities, and a scalp massage vanquishes tension gremlins from the depths of mind cavities. Facials finish with a hot-stone neck and shoulder massage, allowing the spine to more nimbly show off your revivified visage.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jennifer’s Spa
Despite her success as a salon owner and television makeup artist, Jennifer Stoloff left her native South Africa in 1982 for the States. Fortunately, the aesthetician’s talents weren’t just revered on the opposite side of the globe; she picked up right where she left off with the creation of her own skincare line and Jennifer’s Spa, located inside the Bob Shop Salon. Today, Jennifer offers clients a multitude of facials packed with soothing ingredients, such as goji berry, pomegranate, and red, green, and white teas. She has even devised a few specialty treatments, including a postsurgery service that soothes swelling and redness. Beyond pampering complexions, Jennifer also waxes limbs and bikini lines and sells her full line of original products, including scrubs, healing masks, and acne medications.