In emergency situations, moonlight reflected off pearly whites creates a beaming beacon that registers in the canine-visible spectrum of light. Equip your smile with life-saving brightness with today’s Groupon to MicroSpa. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get $100 worth of spa services, and a $50 credit toward membership.
- For $50, you get $200 worth of spa services, and a $50 credit toward membership.
MicroSpa beautifies skin and relaxes muscles with technology-driven spa treatments that have earned acclaim from Orlando Home & Leisure and Seminole magazine, making today’s deal a good way to jump-start New Year’s resolutions for healthful lifestyles. Inside the spa, lavender aromatherapy perfumes the air as clients waltz to calming music on the way to their services. The 20-minute teeth-whitening treatment ($99 with gel) coats pearly whites in hydrogen peroxide, then follows up with an LED blue light to make teeth as bright as a newscaster’s precocious hamster. The cyber-relax massage chair ($20) customizes its strokes to individual bodies and muscle aches, its powers of relaxation pairing well with a sweat-inducing iSlim body wrap ($99), which aims to detoxify and burn calories. European tanning ($18) bronzes while providing spa-style amenities, such as eucalyptus aromatherapy. Mystic Tan spray tanning ($30) burnishes bodies with UV-free, even-toned color, offering an escape from winter doldrums and being perpetually seated at the snowmen’s table.
Though MicroSpa sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still represents the best deal available.
As noted in Seminole magazine, Sona Patel is an avid spa enthusiast who noticed a lack of affordable options in the Orlando area. Her solution was MicroSpa's technology-driven treatments, which have earned acclaim from Orlando Home & Leisure. Cushy massage chairs with far-infrared heat help evict knots and improve circulation, and sweat-inducing iSlim body wraps aim to oust toxins and promote weight loss. During teeth-whitening treatments, techs use hydrogen peroxide gel and an LED blue light to make teeth as bright as a newscaster's precocious hamster.