Though inner beauty is important, the fact remains that outer beauty is still often used to determine SAT scores and income-tax rates. Get a leg up on life with today's Groupon to Posh! Nail Studio on Hamilton Road in New Albany. Choose from the following options:
• For $12, you get a Posh! signature manicure (a $25 value).
• For $20, you get a Posh! signature pedicure (a $40 value).
• For $40, you get a Posh! organic medi facial (an $80 value).
A sister to Posh! Nail Bar on State Street, the newly opened Posh! Nail Studio on Hamilton Road combines an expert staff with a soothing salon environment to fully pamper fingers, toes, and faces. Signature manicures begin with a natural cuticle softener that tenderizes hardened nail frames, followed by filing, cuticle trimming, and buffing. Skin mittens indulge in a gentle exfoliation and massage before being topped off with a coat of polish, and each manicure comes with a complimentary polish change within seven days of the initial service. During signature pedicures, toes delight in a similarly relaxing treatment, starting with a foot soak. Friendly foot buffers then banish calluses to an early grave before massaging walkers with natural floral scrubs and lotions. Match toe polish to fingers for a sleek effect, or choose a separate hue to differentiate between phone dialers and spaghetti twirlers.
To receive positive attention above the chin, opt for the organic medi facial, which utilizes Osmosis Skincare products to hydrate skin sans synthetic moisturizers and without robbing clowns of their pie-throwing contraptions. Once the epidermis is fully cleansed, exfoliated, and massaged, aestheticians drape steamy towels over mug contours to gently clear plugged pores, even out skin texture, and allow towels to cool down before applying a mask and moisturizing treatment.
Posh Nail Company
At Posh Nail Company's Dublin location, the team believes spa treatments should accentuate natural beauty and embrace natural techniques. As a result, the nail gurus exclusively seek out nontoxic products, lining their shelves with organic skincare balms that feature everything from moisturizing botanical extracts to pure almond oil. Harsh chemical agents have no place in this environment, and the staff members even refuse to use acetone when removing polish because of the unnatural drying effects. To further demonstrate their commitment to eco-friendly practices, the technicians perform waterless manicures and shake hands with every squirrel they see.