Though pursued throughout history, the Fountain of Youth lost its appeal when explorers who hopped into its waters were immediately kicked out for adult swim. Turn back just enough time with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get a holiday spa package (a $150 value) at LunchBox (A Waxing Salon). The package includes the following:
- Pumpkin wine facial (a $95 value)
- Pomegranate and cranberry sugar hand and foot treatment (a $55 value) <p>
The seasoned skin caretakers at LunchBox scrub rinds with aromatic, flavorful ingredients during treatments for faces, hands, and feet. Nutrient-packed pumpkin extracts impel a mass cellular exodus, forcing out old, dulling epidermis to make room for an onslaught of firmer, more radiant skin cells and their valises. The expert aesthetician then powerwashes pelts with an exfoliating pumpkin treatment before relaxing faces during a frontage rubdown and quenching dermal thirst with a tinted moisturizing SPF and a hydrating pumpkin wine mask. Limbs luxuriate during the cranberry and pomegranate sugar hand and foot treatment as specialists enlist the sugary ingredients normally reserved for holidays pies to slough off calluses and dry skin from appendages. After rinsing away the scrumptiously saccharine amalgam of cranberry seeds, pomegranate, and natural sugar crystals, aestheticians apply a custom blended cranberry champagne body butter and then tenderly truss arm and foot tops in toasty mittens and booties. A relaxing, stress-pummeling appendage massage leaves skin as smooth and soft as a cherub’s high-five.
LunchBox (A Waxing Salon)
An episode of Seinfeld once poked fun at the concept of “double-dipping” a chip, adamantly comparing the unforgiveable act to “putting your whole mouth right in the dip!” Though LunchBox (A Waxing Salon) doesn’t serve party snacks, when it comes to waxing, the spa’s waxologists steadfastly adhere to the “no double-dipping” rule. After all, it is their mission to provide a comfortable, safe, and hygienic experience, and double-dipping tools into a clean vat of wax only spreads germs.
Their commitment to hygiene also includes the use of disposable table and body covers, and when it comes to keeping clients comfortable, the staff has a few more tricks up their sleeves. First, they employ speed waxing, a method that cuts time on the table nearly in half. Second, they use wax infused with azulene—an agent of chamomile—that has anti-inflammatory properties that make it possible for even those with sensitive skin to undergo facial or body waxing with minimal irritation. The staff can also add a little frill to freshly smoothed and sculpted areas with glitzy add-ons such as glitter tattoos and eyebrow tinting.
104 S Capitol Blvd.
Boise, Idaho 83702