Faces act as gatekeepers for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon: for $50, you get a microcurrent facial lift and LED photolight rejuvenation at Liz Lanza’s The Salon & Day Spa (a $100 value).
Liz Lanza's The Salon & Day Spa employs high-tech, nonsurgical techniques to clear and smooth the face with no downtime. The microcurrent facial treatment sends low-level electricity skipping through skin’s estranged cells, mending broken bridges to reconnect long-lost nuclear families and improve skin’s elasticity. A gentle stimulating sensation signals that the firming and toning process has commenced, and the process lasts 30 to 60 minutes. Next, the 30-minute photolight rejuvenation employs infrared rays to augment reserves of collagen and boost its production. Meanwhile, age spots, large pores, and dilated capillaries incur harsh light’s diminishing wrath. Multiple treatments may be required for more visible and lasting results.
Clients encounter a modern, industrial theme inside Liz Lanza’s The Salon & Day Spa, with exposed ceilings and bare metal accents. Treatment takes place in a cozy, private room so minds can loosen up while skin tightens up.
Liz Lanza’s The Salon & Day Spa
Floor-to-ceiling windows spill sunlight across Liz Lanza’s contemporary salon, splashing golden rays over high-vaulted ceilings and the sleek track lighting that takes its place once the sun goes down. The day-spa area provides a tranquil retreat where clients can disappear for a focused energy treatment such as the Amethyst quartz-covered Biomat surface, which emits healing far-infrared rays and negative ions that scare ailments away with pessimistic comments on life. Spa-goers can also slide beneath the white linens of a treatment bed as an aesthetician coaxes radiant skin to the surface with traditional European facials and technologically enhanced treatments including Bio-Ultimate Facelift, a combination of microcurrent’s low level energy and the collagen-stimulating infrared rays of an LED photofacial rejuvenation treatment.