In one of the most miraculous transformations in the natural world, an ugly caterpillar wraps itself in a cocoon and emerges six to eight weeks later as either a beautiful butterfly or a much-uglier caterpillar. Revel in a more predictable and effective beautifying treatment with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a body scrub (a $45 value), a body wrap (a $69 value), and a foot, hand, and neck massage (a $25 value) at Pure Daily Bliss Day Spa in Norco (a $139 total value).
Pure Daily Bliss pampers patrons' surface terrain with soothing and revivifying treatments that have helped make the tranquil haven the Best Day Spa in the Inland Empire according to CityVoter. Enjoy 75 minutes of body-revamping attention that begins with an exfoliating body scrub to slough off dead or dull skin cells and impacted meteors, revealing a fresh sheet of healthy, glowing epidermis underneath. Experienced aestheticians then apply M’lis Contour body-wrap cream before wrapping clients in a cellulite-battling, circulation-stimulating hydrating cocoon. Upon emerging, bodies receive a soothing foot, hand, and neck massage to eradicate any remaining vestiges of tension. Clients may clad their corpus in undergarments or a bathing suit for the treatment, while some opt for costume-free coddling or employ strategically placed bubble wrap.
Pure Daily Bliss Day Spa
A nominee of CityVoter's 2011 award for Best Day Spa, Pure Daily Bliss Day Spa houses a team of skillful aestheticians who assuage clients' skin conditions through a blend of holistic and med-spa treatments. Five massage modalities—including Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, sports, and combination—soothe generally tense or injured muscles, and microdermabrasion and specialized facials treat specific skin conditions and rearrange freckle constellations. Pores receive fruit and floral infusions from back scrubs, as well as from custom facials crafted with blueberry, pumpkin, and pomegranate. Waxing and spray-tanning services smooth and shade epidermises, enabling bodies to discreetly snorkel in penny-filled wishing wells.