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What You'll Get
From infancy, skin is tasked with protecting the body against summer’s heat, winter’s cold, and Grandmother’s pinch. Keep your outer layer looking awesome with today's Groupon: for $22, you get an exfoliating or hydrating facial at Sarah Lee Thomas Body Spa in Conway (a $45 value).
Armed with Mary Kay skincare products, spa owner Sarah Lee kindles clients' mugs to a healthy glow with a detailed 35-minute facial. A round brush gently scrubs away dead skin cells and returns runaway eyebrows to their perches before a hot towel soothes pores, steaming out clogs left over from clog-sponsored kickboxing matches. Visages then relax under cleansing masks for 20 minutes while Sarah Lee massages tension from hands. Freshener formula and a second hot towel wipe countenances clean, and moisturizer hydrates thirsty features, staving off cracking and peeling. Under-eye cream banishes bags and shadows, and a helping of lip balm lends moisture and supersonic whistling powers. The amicable aesthetician customizes each 35-minute facial to emphasize exfoliation or hydration.
Prepampered patrons can lounge on cozy red-and-black wicker furniture, taking in the reception area's soothing brown hues or gazing into a quaint fish tank, whose submarine stone dragon imparts tips for holding tough yoga poses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sarah Lee Thomas Body Spa
The tranquil atmosphere of Sarah Lee Thomas’ eponymous spa begins in the waiting area, where practically silent black-and-red wicker furniture cozies up to a burbling fish tank whose denizens execute rounds of synchronized relaxing. Dim lights soothe clients as they enter private treatment rooms to undergo tension suspension in the form of massages and facial treatments. For massage, Sarah Lee corrals oils, polished basalt lava stones, and bodily scrubs, all of which aid and abet her myriad body-manipulation techniques. Spa sessions can also include one of her signature facials, which revamp complexions in need of hydration, anti-acne ointments, or written permission to bob for apples in the fountain of youth.