Booking your body double a beautifying treatment at a tranquil day spa creates a soundproof alibi for days spent stealing office supplies from the National Guard. Make your stand-in stand out and replace your tape with bazooka putty with today’s Groupon: for $42, you get a half-hour custom facial and a 45-minute massage of your choosing at Minx Salon and Spa, located just off of Highway 80 in Loomis (a $125 value).
With their pleasant spa space resting inside a charming early-20th-century brown home, the professional style renovators and dermal landscapers at Minx Salon and Spa specialize in transforming each body into a refreshed, stress-free sanctuary. Sip a complimentary beverage before one of the friendly staff members leads you to one of the six treatment rooms, where you'll be treated to a rejuvenating facial and massage of your choice.
After a skilled pore swami analyzes your skin type and needs, you'll have the option of a balancing hydration therapy ($65), blemish control ($65), anti-aging ($75), or sensitive skin facial ($65). Each 30-minute treatment applies a fruitful mask to once-barren faces, harvesting dead skin to reveal the beautifully refreshed mug beneath. One of Minx's licensed therapists can firmly repair creaky shoulders and clear mental fog from cranial windshields with your choice from a targeted deep tissue, raindrop therapy, Reiki therapy, and traditional therapeutic massage, all of which harbor the power to zap stress and restore order in one 45-minute session ($50).
Warm walls of brown and white encase tasteful décor and cushy chairs at Minx Salon and Spa, creating a tranquil, welcoming atmosphere, perfect for a girls' day out or a rejuvenating jaunt with your lonely, agoraphobic shadow.
Minx Salon and Spa
Minx Salon and Spa’s owner, Maddison Bell, stockpiles nine years of experience as a stylist and colorist and shares that knowledge through her work as an artistic educator for Matrix Professional haircare. Maddison and her talented, professional team perfect hair, massage, skincare, and nail services within the comforts of a charming home. The two-story building was made in the early 1900s in the American Craftsman style, an architectural movement that lost steam in the '30s after the Great Depression triggered the Hooverville fad. The modern furnishings and contemporary interior décor follow a sleek black-and-white color scheme with elegant chandeliers hanging over hairstyling stations, luxurious pedicure chairs, and six spa-treatment rooms.