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What You'll Get
Spending a day at a spa is a tranquil experience surpassed only by swimming in a pool filled with mashed potatoes or having a hand model slap you to sleep. Find a more practical path to relaxation with today’s Groupon to La Pure Day Spa in Marietta. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get any 60-minute massage (up to a $110 value).
- For $59, you get any two 60-minute massages (up to a $220 value).
- For $79, you get any three 60-minute massages (up to a $330 value).
The licensed therapists at La Pure Day Spa soothe stressed tissues with their expert fingers, targeting bodily idiosyncrasies with four massage modalities. During a Swedish-style knead, the relaxing massage room—cordoned off with a fall of silky purple drapes—puts the client's mind and eyes at ease as a professional mollycoddles their muscles with long, smooth, circulation-boosting strokes. Deft hands carefully detangle below-the-skin fibers during deep-tissue sessions, which aim to heal the sore spots hiding beneath surface muscles and Garfield costumes. Chilly backs can soak in the warmth from smooth, hot stones, which soothe fatigued frames when strategically placed atop muscles, and those who are already baking can opt for gentle, ache-alleviating prenatal massages.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About La Pure Day Spa - DO NOT RUN
The technicians at La Pure Day Spa grant clients' beauty and relaxation behests by performing everything from therapeutic massages to medical-grade skincare treatments. Inside the skincare clinic, aestheticians nourish complexions with facials harvested from Éminence Organic Skin Care products. Glycolic, salicylic, and lactic acids power seven 30-minute chemical peels, which, like linemen in a hall of mirrors, each try to tackle something different, including acne, dryness, and hyperpigmentation. Massage therapy chases tension from tendons with the popular gliding strokes of the Swedish technique or the intense, clinical manipulations of the deep-tissue modality. A licensed physician fills gravity-stricken skin with Botox, Juvéderm, or Restylane injections, and makeup artists decorate faces with Jane Iredale mineral makeup so that clients don’t have to accentuate their best features by circling them with crayons.