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What You'll Get
Without manicures, humans would have no way of thanking fingers for their relentless dedication to scratching backs and impersonating shadow puppets. Lavish love on your do-gooding digits with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get a manicure, margarita pedicure, and hot-stone hand and foot massage at Karma Salon & Spa in Lake Hiawatha (a $60 value).
The nail nurturers at Karma, a full-service salon and spa, utilize natural products and top-notch training to cultivate cuticles and bedazzle digits. The phalange freshening begins with a soothing hot-stone massage, designed to melt away stress, tension, and marshmallow peeps from hands and feet (a $17 value). Dilapidated finger farms are then deep cleaned for spring during a manicure as a pamperist snips, shapes, and shellacs nail beds (an $18 value). The margarita pedicure concludes the extremely relaxing extremity experience, soaking downward digits in an intoxicating lemon- or lime-scented soiree that paves the way for a citrus-salt scrub (a $25 value).
Karma’s interior mimics the majesty of its outbound patrons' prettified digits. Rich hues and accenting natural wood elements add up to a calming environment apt for mollycoddling smitten bodily mitts in preparation for a mitten-free spring.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Karma Salon & Spa
After meeting in beauty school, friends Rachel Nelson and Mara Malzone envisioned their very own studio for transforming hair and pampering clients. Since becoming the co-owners of Karma Salon & Spa, the passionate duo's dream has come to life, like Pinocchio after he met a genie in a bottle. The two women traveled the world to train with such renowned names as Vidal Sassoon and Wella, and they used their newfound know-how to assemble a crack team of stylists, who overhaul coifs with texturizing treatments or an Italian line of ammonia-free color. Staffers also revivify skin with organic facials and relax muscles with massage therapy. Foot treatments, such as the Mind Eraser, soothe lower limbs with a honey-and-sugar scrub and fragrant lavender mask while ousting painful kickball-related memories.