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What You'll Get
Without spas, terrycloth bathrobes would have to make ends meet by taking part-time jobs as car-wash rags and Muppets. Help keep bathwear gainfully employed with today's Groupon: for $58, you get a spa package at Marluc Skin Enhancement Center in St. Petersburg (a $190 total value). This package includes:
- One professional skin analysis (a $15 value).
- One deep-cleansing facial (an $80 value).
- One thermo-corrective stimulating eye treatment (a $40 value).
- One luxuriant hand treatment (a $35 value).
- One aqua-therma massage (a $20 value).
The warm, beige-hued confines of Marluc Skin Enhancement Center welcome visitors with a promise of serenity, an oath further bolstered by a bevy of relaxing spa services. Commence personal pampering with a skin analysis, which wields the specialty UV lights of woods lamps to examine the epidermis for impurities such as dehydration, hyper pigmentation, sun damage, and age spots. The deep cleansing facial rejuvenates mugs with both a thorough scrub-down and pore extractions. For peepers plagued by crow’s feet, drooping eyelids, or visions of Teddy Roosevelt addressing the press in his long johns, the thermo-corrective eye treatment clears surrounding skin and leaches toxins with a paraffin mask. An opulent hand glaze garnishes gloves to round out the skin-enrichment, as almond oil, jojoba, and vitamin E smooth the duo of prehensile extremities. For a final bout of relaxation, a 15-minute aqua-therma massage pulsates water through strong jets to soothe muscles more effectively than napping on top of a grammar-school water fountain.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per package. By appointment only. Valid only for specific services. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.