Like old newspapers, dead skin cells must eventually be discarded, despite their knowing fun facts about the Nixon presidency. Put the past behind you with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one facial (up to a $99 value)
- $99 for three facials (up to a $297 value)
- $149 for five facials (up to a $495 value)
Aesthetician Shellie Barker lets customers choose from basic, deluxe, vitamin C, mud-mask, anti-aging, oxygenation, chemical-peel, or microdermabrasion facials, which utilize custom-blended Bioelements products.
New Leaf Skin Care
New Leaf Skin Care owner and aesthetician Shellie Barker administers customized facials using Bioelements skincare products in an effort to treat each client's individual needs. Shellie takes down a list of clients' skincare concerns before blending a unique mixture of products to address them. Some ingredients seek to reduce redness, which can create a more even skin tone; others aim to hydrate skin, which can stop faces from looking dry and cracked like a sand castle after a stampede of 10-year-olds. All products use no artificial colorants, synthetic fragrances, or animal testing.
New Leaf Skin Care
New Leaf Skin Care owner and aesthetician Shellie Barker and her massage-therapist husband Andy dole out stress relief in many forms. Andy, a licensed massage therapist, calls on the 22 years of medical experience he gained in the military to assuage his clients' chronic tension and nagging pains. Beyond fostering relaxation and stress relief with his soothing massages, he possesses a knack for mending athletic injuries through focused, results-oriented techniques.
Shellie, for her part, administers customized facials using Bioelements skincare products in an effort to treat each client's individual needs. All products use no artificial colorants, synthetic fragrances, or animal testing.