Studies show that your face is the part of your body least likely to wear clothing and most likely to consume Funyons. Reward your face for all of its hard work with today’s Groupon: $30 for an express facial (normally $35) and glycolic peel (normally $45) at Maison Pour La Peau (an $80 total value). Of course you can use your Groupon any time during regular hours, but the efficient nature of the service makes it ideal for a lunch-break tune-up or midday refacing between dirt-bike competitions. The facial lasts 30 minutes and the peel takes much less time, just like watching a quick episode of Sesame Street followed by the Juicy Juice ad.
The quick but effective facial utilizes a custom treatment mask and Loa invocations to deep cleanse your visage. Your complexion will regain a healthy glow, pleasantly resembling the pale moonlight from the third moon of future Earth. All facials feature myriad of steps leading to the pinnacle of refreshment, including (where applicable) a consultation, cleansing, steam, extractions, exfoliation, customized treatment mask, relaxation massage techniques, moisturizer, and sunscreen/night cream. When all is said and done, you will exude radiance that has gone unmatched since the Little Mermaid lured unsuspecting sailors to underwater tea parties.
A glycolic peel is a light chemical peel that gently strips away the top-most layer of skin, clearing the way for a new you while lightening fine lines and improving the overall consistency of your skin tone. Your treatment will be in the skilled hands of Michelle Pirolo, a licensed aesthetician and skin-care specialist with involvement in the beauty industry for 18 years and counting; either she’s been practicing since age four, or she applies her techniques and knowledge to her own youthful facade.
Anyone can benefit from this two-pronged revivification, including men, women, and everyone in between. Each treatment is designed and applied on a case-by-case basis, matching skin type and condition for optimal results. Maison Pour La Peau accommodates and adjusts for everyone.
One reviewer on Google gives Maison Pour La Peau five stars:
- I have been to Maison Pour La Peau for many services. The owner really listens to your needs and customizes services just for you. I have noticed that my skin is much clearer and my make up goes on easier (and stays on) since I have been getting facials from her. The environment is so relaxing I usually fall asleep during my treatments! – Amanda, Google
Face/Off: The Animated Adventures
Many facial fans got their first taste of face-customization from John Woo’s 1997 blockbuster hit Face/Off, but this fall the face-swapping adventure continues when Agent Sean Archer and Castor Troy are re-imagined as rival high schoolers in Face/Off: The Animated Adventures. Here are some episode synopses from the press kit:
Face The Music (Season 01, Ep. 02): When John Woo High holds a battle of the bands, could it mean Agent Sean Archer’s big break? Not if Castor Troy can use his dad’s credit card to hire professional studio musicians! American Idol’s Adam Lambert guest stars.
Saving Face (Season 01, Ep. 08): When an anonymous chat blog starts posting vicious gossip about Castor Troy’s fake designer jackets, Agent Sean Archer has to decide whether to stand up for his rival, knowing he may be the blog’s next target. In this very special episode about cyber-bullying, First Lady Michelle Obama guest stars.
The Face That Launched a Thousand Quips (Season 01, Ep. 19): Agent Sean Archer must cope with Castor Troy’s sudden popularity after winning John Woo High School’s comedy competition. But when Castor can’t keep his insult comedy on the stage, will it cost him his newfound following? Rated TV-M for 38-minute gun battle, Miranda Cosgrove guest stars.
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