After a long day of besieging steppe settlements, the Mongol hordes liked to kick back with a vigorous massage, a copy of the Daily Khan, and a nice warm glass of fermented yak's milk. Conquer your own serenity with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get a spa package at Sally Plink Hair and Skin in Seminole (a $150 total value). The spa package includes:
- One-hour facial (an $85 value)
- One-hour massage (a $65 value)
At Sally Plink Hair and Skin, vexed visages and vertebrae are treated to two hours of personalized pampering. Exfoliants and cleansers employed in facials open pore doors to let fresh air circulate throughout stuffy epidermal estates, and moisturizers lubricate skin hinges so they no longer creak. Groupon holders get their choice of any facial valued at $85: the aromatherapy facial replenishes skin and charms olfactory glands with essential and aromatic oils, and the Balancing Combination skin facial hydrates and brightens the human husk, enticing patients' inner health nuts with green apple and vitamins and releasing their inner rabbits with the addition of carrot oil. Aging skin gets a youth-restoring boost from firming serums, tension-relieving massage, and a healthy helping of vitamins and hydroxy acids, and acne-prone complexions benefit from the blackhead-, whitehead-, and lemonhead-purging prowess of the Dermalogica MediBac skincare line, steam, and oil-control lotions.
For backs in need of bliss, trigger-point and Swedish massages loosen muscular bundles and release unwanted toxins that cling to the body's most mindful cells. Geriatric massage targets mature muscle ailments such as arthritis, lost flexibility and poor blood circulation, and prenatal massage helps knead away the back pain that stems from carrying around a person in your body.
Alternative Care Structural Energetic Therapy
Not all the services at Alternative Care Structural Energetic Therapy are purely for healing. In fact, many of them are designed solely for relaxation and beautification. Facials incorporate Dermalogica products, volcanic mud masks, or shea butter, and body treatments nourish the dermal layers with Dead Sea salts and protein-shake powders. The center's stylists gussy up looks by trimming hairdos, and massage therapists use hot stones or warm bamboo shoots to soothe clients' weary muscles or heat up cans of soup during a power outage. However, when clients come in with chronic pain, staff members who have trained for years in structural energetic therapy can help minimize pain from conditions as varied as tendonitis, acid reflux, and arthritis.