What You'll Get
In addition to relieving physical stress, body massages break down emotional and mental blockades so that love, trivia, and daydreams of Ted Danson swimming laps in a chocolate fountain can flow freely. Soothe your muscles and mind with today's Groupon to Plastikos MedSpa on Georgetown Square. For $35, you can choose between a one-hour Swedish massage (a $75 value) or two detoxifying foot baths (a $70 value).
Plastikos takes a holistic approach to wellness and boasts a caring, professional staff. The popularly restful one-hour Swedish massage utilizes stress-reducing kneading, circular pressure, and long, percussive strokes to loosen uptight torsos, boost circulation, and relieve pesky knots caused by carrying ballpoint pens between your shoulder blades. Alternately, the detoxifying foot bath procedure aims to whisk away toxins from your lower paws and improve your overall energy levels.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Plastikos Medical Spa
Plastikos originated as a cosmetic- and reconstructive surgery center, but board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. Susan E. Kolb and Dr. Julian Gordon wanted to make a place for their clients to just relax. So they decided to expand their clinic with the Plastikos Medical Spa, a tranquil studio that serves up a range of spa treatments. To combat signs of aging, the TCA-based Obagi Blue chemical peel lifts away dull layers of skin and revitalizes cellular regeneration. Antioxidant-rich variants might include botanical ingredients sourced from blueberry, pomegranate, or pumpkin.
Meanwhile, expert massage therapists might use deep-tissue or reflexology techniques to excavate tension and undo stubborn knots. Alternatively, an Endermologie lipo-massage aims to disperse fatty tissue with focused kneads and rolls. The med-spa also uses advanced know-how to beautify clients with noninvasive medical treatments. The Ion Magnum, for instance, uses analog waveforms to trigger neurons that mimic physical activity, thereby building muscle and joint strength. The beauty haven also offers cold-laser LiLa body-contouring and Latisse eyelash-lengthening treatments to ready bodies for swimsuit season or a winking competition.