What You'll Get
The human body, like a Renaissance fresco painting, is a fragile masterpiece of design, depth, and dimension, requiring constant maintenance from art historians and frequently hiding codes and treasure maps behind its cracks and crumbles. Prolong the need for extensive restoration on your bio-mural with today's Groupon: for $16, you get $35 worth of luxury bath and body products from Little Shop of Beauty. This Groupon's value is also valid toward shipping costs.
Little Shop of Beauty concocts its collection of more than 80 unique luxury beauty products from the comforting confines of its Vancouver laboratory, promising handmade and healthy charm in each item. Douse dry dermises in the decadent Candy is Dandy body cream ($15.98 for 5 oz.), an orange sugar and cotton-candy-scented moisturizer plumped full of hydrating nutrients, milk proteins, organic honey, and almond oil, or opt for the shea-, cocoa-, and avocado-butter trifecta of the strawberry marshmallow lip balm ($6.98), fully plumping up pouts like a kissable bag of microwave popcorn. Clients can also customize products with their choice from Little Shop of Beauty's more than 100 fragrances—order a jar of the Skin Delicious body cream ($15.98 for 5 oz.) and up the aromatic ante with scents of frozen lemon custard or grass-skirt, or add a hint of cupcake batter to a bottle of the detangling Moist-Tress hair mist ($10.98 for 2.5 oz.), inching you closer to your lifelong fantasy of showering in a bakery.
Owning a soft and well-scented coat of skin will do more than impress visiting dignitaries and neighbourhood dachshunds; it also improves viscosity for underwater getaways from angry postmen and scorned haberdashers. Bask in a bounty of body beautification with the products from Little Shop of Beauty.
Customized products may take longer to ship.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Must use in 1 visit. May be used toward shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.