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What You'll Get
Hollywood is obsessed with youth and beauty, which is why Whistler's Mother never wins Best Picture. Cultivate an Oscar-worthy exterior with today’s Groupon: for $39, you get a pumpkin back scrub and hand-exfoliation treatment at Locks and Lashes in Clermont (an $80 value).
Inside Locks and Lashes' cozy, well-lit studio, seasoned specialists administer a variety of tension-taming treatments including back and hand scrubs. During 30-minute hand regimens, aestheticians emancipate wrist mitts from excess layers and dust-mite cigar butts with a gentle exfoliation scrub. Next, hands are enveloped in a cleansing mask and treated to a relaxing rubdown that aims to unravel tense joints. Then specialists buff spine frames with a 45-minute pumpkin-sugar scrub replete with hot towels and moisturizing treatments. A final round of aromatherapy teams up with several hot stones to chase burrowing stresses from subcutaneous foxholes more effectively than microscopic dachshunds.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lash Envy & Day Spa
During more than 15 years in the beauty industry, Tracy Belknap experienced firsthand the positive effects beauty treatments can have on a woman's self-esteem. She helps bolster her clients' confidence with simple beauty solutions and has even seen women cry with joy after a single treatment, a reaction that only strengthened her resolve to found Lash Envy & Day Spa. Though she offers facials and other spa treatments, Tracy has a particular affinity for luxurious eyelash extensions, which she has been applying for the last seven years. The licensed eyelash specialist and her four other lash artists all rely on a steady hand and medical-grade glue to affix the single-strand lashes to 70% or 100% of natural lashes or to the full forehead.