What You'll Get
Without the loosening effects of massage, shoulders would stiffen into immobility and fall victim to freeloading parrots and the burden of carrying Earth’s heavyset brother, Girth. Pamper your perches with today’s Groupon to Pure Skin and Body. Choose between the following options:
- For $65, you get a spa package (up to a $130 total value) that includes:
- 60-minute deep-tissue massage (a $75 value)
- Mini microdermabrasion (a $40 value)
Choice of lip or eyebrow wax (up to a $15 value)</p>
- For $37, you get a 60-minute deep-tissue massage (a $75 value).</p>
At Pure Skin and Body, licensed massage therapists and experienced technicians cater to bodies from bow to stern with massage, facial, and waxing services. Men and women can relax for one hour as trained hands glide over body canvases, unraveling double-knotted muscles, relieving chronic aches, and teaching feet how to count to 10. Clients can opt to add a 10- to 20-minute mini microdermabrasion facial, which introduces the nose and the area between the brows to gentle microcrystalline abrasives, buffing away dead cells, discoloration, and fine lines. Microdermabrasion also evicts oils and dirt buildup, helping to reduce the chance of future acne, ingrown hair problems, and offshore drilling on the bridge of the nose. A lip or eyebrow waxing bolsters above-the-neck beauty, freeing customers from the responsibility of chaperoning canoodling caterpillars.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skin and Body
Drawing on an arsenal of natural Aveda products and med-spa technology, the staff at Skin and Body tackles tension and skin trouble with a variety of procedures. The salon specializes in a range of laser treatments, in which trained technicians wield focused beams of light to remove sun spots, dissolve multicolor tattoos, and prove to their parents that not only super villains use lasers for a living.
Aestheticians complement laser sessions with depilating waxing or threading treatments, organic or microdermabrasion facials, and permanent-makeup application. They can also help to augment health naturally with vitamin-supplement kits, which customize vitamin intake based on medical analysis to strengthen hair, skin, and nails like a doctor’s birthday wish. Carried on air rich with the scents of aromatherapy, slow sighs drift through the salon, emanating from patrons undergoing hot-stone massages.