Nothing makes faces happier than being swaddled in a beneficial cream mask, which explains the rising popularity of hands-free pie-eating contests. Win the blue ribbon of beauty with today's Groupon: for $25, you get the 60-minute Time to Relax facial (a $55 value) or the 60-minute European reflexology treatment (a $50 value) at Salon Lux in Cranston.
Salon Lux soothes and rejuvenates weary skin, bringing back bounce through a therapeutic mix of salon services and stress-relieving spa treatments. Thirty-five years of experience gives salon owner Cindy Wilson the magic touch that turns feet into conduits for holistic healing.
After a botanical soak, the reflexologist caresses foot buttons, stimulating all areas of the body to help relieve stress and pain, bolster circulation, and transform digits into loose-change magnets. The relaxation process cruises to a close with a nail trim and file or a polish change. Unlike serpentine sirens, humans need to be coaxed out of old, flaky skin with the rejuvenating effects of a relaxing spa facial. The one-hour facial treatment includes a deep cleanse, exfoliation, and a treatment mask to summon glowing skin without resorting to napping in plutonium deposits.
Salon Lux's owner is Cindy Wilson, a nail technician and reflexologist for more than three decades, who combined her dual passions into a single business where beauty and well-being blend seamlessly. This fusion produced a menu of services where trends such as feather extensions and smooth, speedy blowouts meet relaxing and rejuvenating facials that couple with aromatherapy scrubs and European or lymphatic massage. Stylists—including a graduate of Toni & Guy—also manage manes with color services, cuts, and smoothing keratin treatments, while bodies find their perfect bronze with hand-applied California spray tans that keep them safe from UV rays and winged sharks.
When not in the salon, Cindy can be found teaching classes in reflexology at the Learning Connection or volunteering at the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, where she offers reflexology for those fighting cancer.
995 Pontiac Ave.
Cranston, Rhode Island 02920Get Directions