A pretty face easily sticks in one’s memory, much like a catchy song or a horse with udders. Stand out from the herd with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for one microdermabrasion treatment (a $110 value)
- $132 for three microdermabrasion treatments (a $330 value)
Microdermabrasion treatments brighten features with a specialized wand, exfoliating the face to reduce signs of age, acne, sun damage, and other marks. Appointments typically last around 30 minutes and accommodate all facial skin types.
Margarita's Skin Care Center
Swaddled in plush robes and sipping a cup of herbal tea, the guests at Margarita's Skin Care Center feel pampered before a spa technician even visits their room. The above-and-beyond treatment doesn't stop there—nourishing facials and body treatments often include steam baths, massages, and masks as revitalizing add-ons. The staff caters its skin services to each client's unique exterior and applies European cosmetics to target any blemishes and ailments. After appointments, a full line of retail products and private consultations—which include advice on preventative care—ensure that visitors can maintain their bright visages at home.
Margarita is a certified electrologist as well as a licensed aesthetician. For patrons in pursuit of long-term hair removal, electrolysis zaps follicles to shut down growth, much like how a lightning strike prevents skyscraper antennae from sprouting any higher. The center also offers makeup applications and waxing services.
97% of 63 customers recommend
“I bought for a special friend who had used Margarita's before, so I knew she was great but the cost and ease of making such a gift made it a great bargain for a great...”
“I bought for a special friend who had used Margarita's before, so I knew she was great but the cost and ease of making such a gift made it a great bargain for a great service”
“Nice warm experience, she was so friendly and very nice, I will very coming back”
“Wonderful experience, only one day and my face is so soft and bright will be going back.”