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 $60, you get a one-hour massage (up to a $120 value) at Perfect Spa on the Upper East Side. Choose from the Swedish, reflexology, deep tissue, or aromatherapy treatment.
The skilled therapists at Perfect Spa are adept at relieving weary soul sacks with a variety of massage modalities. In the privacy of one of nine elegantly appointed massage rooms, they'll lay out four disciplines of muscle manipulation and help you choose the best method for squeezing tension from swollen sinew. Swedish massages loosen knots with smooth, gliding strokes of varying pressure. A deep tissue treatment pulverizes stubborn stress deposits in mole-muscles buried deep beneath your dermal mantle. A Chinese reflexology session works the pressure points in your feet, hands, and ears to streamline energy flow, stimulating healthy organs and occasionally granting the ability to understand Cantonese. And by adding soothing oils and scents that make even non-cartoon characters levitate, an aromatherapy treatment corrals herds of anxiety out of the body via two of the body's eight senses.
- Their style is unique and its atmosphere peaceful. Every time i've gone, they were prepared to give me what i asked for. – mrsquinn, Citysearch
- i started with the massage first, and they took me to the facial room. the environment was really luxury, and they treated me as like as queen. – luckyyuu, Citysearch
Perfect Spa Inc.
To become the perfect spa, one has to think like Perfect Spa. Or at least like its experienced staff, who have caught the attention of CBS News with their vast repertoire of massage, skincare, and alternative-wellness services. The staff tackle an expansive range of treatments, which include ear candling, during which an aesthetician places a waxed cloth in ears and safely lights the end. The flame's negative pressure works to remove years of buildup from ears, leaving them healthier and cleaner.
Organic Ilike, Yonka, and science-based G.M. Collins skincare products are used in the spa's staggering 10 different kinds of facials. The low-fat facial is designed to slim down faces using lymphatic drainage techniques, while the 24-karat gold facial brightens complexions using real gold sheets raided from Cleopatra’s personal stash. In the spa's a hotel-style lounge area, nail technicians beautify digits using CND, OPI, and Essie polishes as well as botanically infused products such as an avocado cuticle conditioner and green-tea mask.