Humans maintain their bodies for the same reasons they maintain their houses: to keep the neighbors friendly and to disguise the fact that an alien lives inside them. Invest in some corporal upkeep with today’s Groupon to Petra’s Euro Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get an eyebrow-waxing treatment (a $25 value)
- For $33, you get a European facial (an $85 value).
- For $39, you get a Galvanic Spa body treatment (up to a $125 value).<p>
Petra’s Euro Spa runs under the beauty wisdom of Petra Nicoll, a medical aesthetician and former aesthetics director for Paul Mitchell. Spa mavens wick away fuzz that’s gathered along brows during an eyebrow-waxing treatment, which pulls out hair at the root so that, like candidates campaigning for federal dogcatcher, it stays away for weeks at a time. The ancient botanical St. John’s Wort merges with green and white tea formulas to form the one-hour European facial, during which countenance correctors exfoliate visages to reveal the youthful skin cells lurking beneath the face’s surface. The treatment also cleanses, tones, and moisturizes each client’s kisser.
During a Galvanic Spa treatment, daubs of body-shaping gel coat targeted areas before a noninvasive instrument skims over unwanted paunch, promoting fat breakdown with its massaging conductor. Self-adjusting currents iron out the appearance of cellulite and can tighten dimpled areas to render skin smoother than a sweet-talking porpoise. Repechange seaweed body cream and Young Living grapefruit oil then hydrate parched cells with vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants. As with memorizing a Tolstoy novel, multiple sessions may be required to yield the best results.
Though Petra’s Euro Spa sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Petra's Euro Spa
Petra's Euro Spa is an extension of the accumulated beauty wisdom of Petra Nicoll, a medical aesthetician and former aesthetics director for Paul Mitchell. She began her more than 25-year career in outer-beauty bolstering by attending schools in London and Munich to study the aesthetician arts, including permanent-makeup application, biofeedback techniques, and plucking eyebrows into the shape of cuneiform etchings. Her spa’s menu of beautifying services for the face, hands, feet, and body is complemented by offerings that focus on the mind-body connection, such as reiki and intuitive readings.