Facials get rid of excess oil so that you can press your face against puppy-store windows without leaving a print. Look good up close with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one 60-minute flower-enzyme or skin-brightening facial (a $100 value)
- $89 for two 60-minute flower-enzyme or skin-brightening facials (a $200 value)
The flower-enzyme facial gently removes dead skin cells with help from fruit and flower enzymes, which also contribute mild organic acids that gently tone and stimulate skin and inundate it with protective antioxidants. Meanwhile, the antioxidant-infused skin-brightening facial brightens skin with natural, gentle ingredients that are safe for all skin types, such as kojic acid, white tea, pink grapefruit, and chamomile, and natural accents of marshmallow and licorice root add a touch of sweetness to the brightening effects. The aesthetician customizes each facial to meet the client’s specific skin needs, and the service includes a deep cleansing, steam, massage, mask, hot towels, and moisturizers, leaving skin glowing and healthy.
Inside an unassuming brick building, Ridgely Retreat takes its name seriously. The multifaceted spa, wellness center, and yoga studio offers mental escapes in the form of hot-stone massages and meditation classes as well as physical relief in the form of acupuncture and chiropractic services. The eclectic yoga offerings range from gentle and Vinyasa classes to yoga dance, wine-and-cheese yoga, children’s yoga, and the newly added aerial yoga. On the spa side, services such as glycolic peels and Fraxel laser resurfacing flaunt a modern edge, though the cherry-blossom facial, detox body wrap, and warm bamboo treatment let clients experience the kind of classic relaxation enjoyed by hedonistic pandas the world over.