During skin's midlife crisis, it begins to develop deep worry lines as it considers running off with a younger body or buying a flashy red sports car. Keep your pelt content with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a customized clinical facial at Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique, located in Lincoln Park.
Leah Chavie and her staff enlist the help of pharmaceutical-grade products in their quest to provide bodies and their owners with a panoply of relaxing services. Customized to treat each client’s facial fabric fibers, the clinical facial indulges epidermises with one hour of pampering and purifying, beginning with a thorough skin sudsing from the circulation-encouraging bristles of a Clarisonic brush to purge pores of mayonnaise-mask memories from high school. Expression makers continue to be cured with a prep for extractions, a balancing enzyme or mask, a facial-muscle-melting massage, and delicate kisses from a finishing mask. To complete the skin-smoothing process, victorious visages are swaddled in such products as protective sunscreen, to combat the damaging effects of the sun, or a specialty cream that evokes glowing complexions and enables face fronts to perfectly recreate each of Charlie Chaplin's signature facial expressions.
Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique
Armed with more than two decades of beautifying experience, skin guru Leah Chavie leads a team of aestheticians to enhance appearances in a feng shui studio that Examiner.com writer Kathryn Garcia Schuster noted, "can take your skin from so-so to ooh-la-la after just one trip." The spa and its non-invasive clinical treatments have earned attention from the likes of Time Out Chicago, NBC, and Pop Sugar for using cutting-edge skincare technology ranging from bioelectrotherapy facial remodeling to lash and brow tinting.
Aestheticians help patrons to embark on a mug-refining path that can mix and match any of the salon’s clinical and relaxing facials with laser hair-removal sessions, sunless tanning, and mineral cosmetics that polish façades until they’re radiant enough to qualify for alternative-energy tax credits.