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What You'll Get
Talented sculptors can make a man out of marble, a swan out of ice, and a functioning defibrillator out of cotton candy. Turn your body into a finely chiseled work of art with today’s Groupon: for $80, you get an Organic Summer Rejuvenation package comprising a 50-minute massage (a $65 value), a mini ultimate facial (a $75 value), a cucumber eye treatment (a $25 value), and an eyebrow wax (a $25 value) at Kuuleilani Day Spa (a $190 total value).
Kuuleilani Day Spa's invigorating services present repose at the hands of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians. Launching the Organic Summer Rejuvenation experience, a 50-minute massage of the client's choice melds muscle-melting mantras with a mélange of techniques fitted to every inter-tendon knot, be it fisherman's, Celtic, or garlic. Guests can imagine igneous oases as warm stones bedeck backs to relax muscles and silence inner volcanoes. Mugs in distress may choose from any of Kuuleilani Day Spa's facials, including anti-aging, detox, and a customized gentleman's facial. The package wraps up with a cucumber eye treatment that hydrates and reduces puffiness and an organic beeswax eyebrow wax that shapes forehead fluff into flattering arches. Pamperees leave Kuuleilani Day Spa basking in the glow of released toxins and improved circulation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for listed service. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ku'uleilani Day Spa
Ku'uleilani Day Spa takes its musical name from its owner, an Oahu native who learned the art of Hawaiian lomi-lomi massage from her grandmother at a young age. At her spa, Ku'uleilani takes advantage of the nourishing powers of fruit and plants that grow naturally in Hawaii, as in the Kava body wrap or the green-papaya-enzyme facial. Waxing appointments also emphasize natural ingredients, uprooting hair with organic honey and beeswax. Since Ku’uleilani is also a licensed massage therapist, she can practice lomi-lomi and other massage styles without renting a speedboat and traveling to international waters.