Going to an organic spa is an easier way to show concern for the environment than chaining yourself to a tree or pouring out nonorganic nail polish in the nearest storm drain. Illustrate eco-friendly instincts with today’s Groupon to Organic Spatopia. Choose between the following options:
For $25, you get an organic Spatopia manicure (an $18 value) and organic Spatopia pedicure (a $37 value; a $55 total value).<p>
For $39, you get a CND Shellac manicure (a $40 value) and an organic Spatopia pedicure (a $37 value; a $77 total value).<p>
In Organic Spatopia’s freshly unveiled beauty oasis, trained staff whisk away workday worries with a slew of nail services. During the 20-minute organic Spatopia manicure, techs shape and file nails, de-clutter overcrowded cuticles, and knead tense hands before brushing on a coat of polish or buffing nails to a natural gleam. Alternatively, the 40-minute Shellac manicure resists chipping for up to two weeks, steeling phalanges against the ravages of constant typing or calling meetings to order by dragging nails across chalkboards. Beautifiers follow-up either manicure with the 30-minute organic Spatopia pedicure. After gently scouring insteps with a sea-salt scrub, staffers unwind arches from warm wraps steeped in organic oils to buff toenails or adorn them with polish portraits of Teddy Roosevelt.
Scarlet tiles stretch across Organic Spatopia’s serene beautification haven, interspersed with gauzy curtains. After their session, pamperers package-up nail files and buffers for patrons to take home or throw at inconvenient roadblocks, and meticulously sterilize other instruments for future use.
Bottles and jars of organic ingredients line the shelves of Organic Spatopia. The delicacies aren't for eating, but instead are for rejuvenating the skin with their rich antioxidant, mineral, and vitamin content. The menu of nine specialty manicures and 14 pedicures features such ingredients as papaya and coconut, and each treatment can be finished with a coat of Essie or Zoya polish. Custom massages relieve tension with the client's choice of pressure and modality, and aestheticians armed with Source Vitál, Dr. Med Christine Schrammek, and Biodroga products reinvigorate skin during any of the spa's eight facials, each of which includes a cleansing and serum and anti-aging-cream application. The salon ensures health and safety by sterilizing all instruments, cleaning pedicure sinks with FDA-approved disinfectant, and placing files and buffers into doggy bags for customers to take home, where they can enlist roommates to perform shot-for-shot reenactments of their blissful mani-pedi experiences.
3425 S Shepherd Dr.
Houston, Texas 77098