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What You'll Get
Like cars, human beings require occasional corrective bodywork, custom finishing, and fresh coats of wax to avoid being towed away and crushed into a cube. Keep your chassis classy with today's Groupon for spa packages at The Sanctuary Day Spa. Choose from the following:
- For $25, you get a Wow Brow spa package (a $59 value), which includes a brow styling session and brow lift treatment.
- For $29, you get a 30-minute hot sea stone massage and foot reflexology package (a $65 value).
- For $39, you get an editorial makeover and make-up lesson package (a $125 value).
The Sanctuary Day Spa's talented team focuses its pampering potential on one guest at a time, clearing the spa for each client's treatment session, ensuring a tranquil environment and plenty of one-on-one attention. During the indulgent Wow Brow package, a trained aesthetician tames overgrown brows, bringing unruly arches into balance with rest of the face, so eyes appear dramatic without looking overwrought. A brow lift treatment further rejuvenates bandit-mask regions with a dose of NuFACE Microcurrent therapy, helping to instantly perk up the eye area and simulate a doctor-recommended 15 hours of sleep. For a finishing touch, brows enjoy a light pencil or mousse application, to keep brows looking fresh-from-the-salon all day.
Alternatively, the cosmetically curious can sit back and relax as Sanctuary’s skilled makeup artistry team creates a fresh new look, from effortless natural beauty to full-blown retro glam. During the meticulous makeover, the artists divulge tips and tricks to help clients achieve photo shoot-worthy eyes, lips, and skin at home, divulging professional secrets learned working film sets, magazine shoots, and clown college graduations.
For ankle to toe relaxation, spa-goers can opt for a 30-minute hot sea stone and foot reflexology package. An organic sugar scrub whisks away dry skin and pent-up stress while mood-lightening oils soften both feet and flinty dispositions. A trained therapist nestles hot sea stones onto pivotal muscle points, using the principles of reflexology to send healing heat deep into the body, helping to soothe chronic pain make walking, driving, and celebratory jig-dancing easier.
Clients can sit and enjoy sippables of The Sanctuary's organic tea while taking in the spa’s serene digs—a luxurious but cozy cottage, whose interior glows with warm lighting, whitewashed walls, and burnished wood floors. Crystal-like chandeliers, light-up sneakers, and soft, stress-melting candlelight light the private treatment room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Services non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Sanctuary Day Spa
Pearls, crystal chandeliers, and white roses grace the country-chic interior of The Sanctuary Day Spa, once a 1950s cottage. But as attention grabbing as these embellishments are, it is the lack of patronage that is more noticeable. To make each guest feel like a VIP member, owner Tracy Duhs and her team only schedule one client at a time. This approach, coupled with cups of hand-blended organic tea, has earned the private spa high praise from local and national press. DiscoveredSD.com, for example, gave high marks to the spa’s ultimate facial, which blends vacuum massage, microdermabrasion, and red-light therapy with fragrant skincare products. Numerous publications have raved about the spa's Synergie vacuum-massage treatment, which can reduce cellulite as it detoxifies the body.
The spa space is also packed with high-end products, from herbal-infused Jadience creams, used during customized massages, to Jane Iredale mineral cosmetics, used to cover imperfections and age spots that relay one’s true birth date in Morse code. Clients are also invited to browse a collection of Arcona, Enessa, Bella Luxx, and Fenton Fallon products, which Tracy handpicks from around the world.