Removing the top layer of skin from a face is good for more than just solving every single Scooby-Doo mystery; it can also result in a smoother, healthier face. Restore faces to a less mysterious texture with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$45 for one of three 60-minute facials (a $90 value)
- Vitamin C facial
- Rescue facial
- Yummy Tummy prenatal facial<p>
$85 for a mix-and-match package of two of the above 60-minute facials (a $180 value)
$125 for a mix-and-match package of three of the above 60-minute facials (a $270 value)
The Vitamin C facial restocks dwindling stores of vitamins B, C, and E, firming up skin and diminishing wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and rough texture. The Rescue facial enlists retinoids and glycolic acid to erase lines, acne, and photo damage on faces, and the Yummy Tummy facial caters to growing bellies with omegas that make skin stretchy and strong while staffers massage necks. Patrons can add on a mineral light foot massage to any facial for an additional $20.<p>
Pampered Expectations Medical Spa
An offshoot of Dr. Jeanne Smith's obstetric and gynecological practice, Pampered Expectations Medical Spa tends to beauty both inside and out. The spa’s experienced staff members sic anti-aging facials on laugh lines and weight-loss programs on extra pounds. In Dr. Smith's sister practice, she compassionately shepherds patients toward motherhood with obstetric services, particularly doting on those affected by risky conditions such as gestational diabetes and preterm labor. She also helps new broods to plan and nurture their family trees, performing minimally invasive surgical procedures in her office, at the hospital, or in the backseat of a Dodge Dynasty as needed.
Dr. Smith augments her healing with luxurious amenities, inviting patients to sink into the Spring office's cozy waiting-room seating and glug free coffee, tea, or bottled water. Complimentary WiFi and soothing music ease patrons into treatments atop heated exam tables and sheets warmer and softer than a curious kitten who stumbled into a bowl of soup. During downtime, personal TVs in each room entertain patients with the day’s latest broadcasts.