Removing the top layer of skin from a face is good for more than just solving every single Scooby-Doo mystery; it can also result in a smoother, healthier face. Restore health to the face and expunge meddling dead skin cells with today's deal: for $25, you get a European facial at Rituals Medi-Spa or Rituals Boutique and Day Spa, with locations in High Point and Thomasville, respectively (a $65 value).
The skilled sheath sherpas at Rituals use their enchanted hands and secret beauty treasure map to restore health, radiance, and richness to the visage. Calmly lay down your cranium for the European facial; the indulgence will commence with a steaming of the skin, cleansing of the pores, gentle manual extractions, and soothing exfoliation. A stately massage of the face, shoulders, hands, and neck will help the muscles make unanimous decisions. The specialist will then apply a specialized toning masque expertly customized to make a shinier, youier you, while a subsequent moisturizing veil will work as a refreshingly benevolent lawyer to protect your holdings. After the pampering, your dermal topography will feel luminous and true, fully primed to dazzle passersby or replace a broken book light.
When performed with care, a periodic facial-software update can go a long way toward maintaining pore fitness and safeguarding your monitor from invasive Dilbert screensavers. The professional, caring staff at Rituals treats face owners in an inviting spa environment, bedecked with elegant décor and soothing treatment rooms. Call ahead to make an appointment.
New clients only.
The High Point Rituals location has not been reviewed much yet, but three Citysearchers give the Thomasville spa location an average of 3.5 stars, and four Yahoo! Locals give it an average of five stars:
One look at Rituals’ menu of spa services tells clients there’s a nurturing or beautifying treatment for most any body part, covering the likes of hair design, mani-pedis, hair removal, and detoxifying footbaths. Facials—such as the Coconut Bliss facial—moisturize and repair skin, and imbue it with nutrients. Aestheticians also wield cosmetic LED lights that rewind the clock on aging by reducing the appearance of wrinkles and making skin think it now lives in a disco. The staff also includes licensed massage therapists who knead Swedish and deep-tissue massages.