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What You'll Get
Microdermabrasion takes a gentle approach to softening faces, unlike taking a hair dryer to a smug-looking snowman. Smooth things over with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for two microdermabrasion facials (up to a $220 value)
- $189 for four microdermabrasion facials (up to a $440 value)
Microdermabrasion facials exfoliate the top layer of skin by using a specialized machine to push and conform micro-crystals onto the skin, which aims to eliminate signs of aging such as fine lines, brown spots, age spots, and sun damage. The treatment also encourages the skin to produce more elastin and collagen, making it easier for skincare products to penetrate into deeper layers. Each treatment includes a steam, extract, and mask.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 7, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person; customers may not purchase both options. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pax Massage
Though massage can pamper and relax, Helena Hughes knows it can also heal. The owner and massage therapist at Pax Massage has believed in the power of touch ever since it brought peace to her terminally ill grandmother and her grieving mother. Massage provided her grandmother an hour to herself every week and raised her spirits. For her mother, “it was more of an emotional thing, of someone taking care of her for that hour.” After her grandmother passed way, Hughes returned to her job in PR but couldn’t muster much enthusiasm. “I kept going back to the fact that my grandmother and mother were able to get through this time with the help of a healing touch.” So, with the encouragement of her husband, Hughes decided to switch careers.
While her spa was being built, she took night-school classes in massage therapy and energy work. Now, she specializes in helping clients “who are going through a significant loss,” just as another therapist once helped her own family. Hughes observes that when people go through loss, they accrue tension in their neck and shoulders, which can lead to injuries and discomfort. “What I preach to all my clients is that it’s a choice to be in good health and to feel well, and I think that massage is very powerful in doing that for them,” she says. Hughes joins a team of massage therapists and an aesthetician to offer healing massages and skincare services. Clients can request male or female massage therapists.