The expression on your face is a strong indicator of your emotional state, as is the tone of your voice or the dented sides of your office’s malfunctioning vending machine. Maintain your emotion advertiser with this Groupon: for $65, you get a Face Savor facial package at Saving Faces Skin Care Salon in Marina Del Rey (a $145 total value). The package includes:
- Moisturizing facial
- Microcurrent treatment
- Chakra-balancing gemstone therapy
- Glass of Prosecco<p>
Aestheticians at Saving Faces Skin Care Salon combine Dermalogica products and Eastern healing traditions to form custom facial treatments. During the facial, they cleanse skin of impurities, oil, and clingy ivy vines before bathing faces in just the right amount of hydration for each client’s skin type. The calibrated pulses of energy from the microcurrent treatment help to firm and tone facial muscles, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Chakra-balancing gemstone therapy draws from ancient healing arts to restore even-keeled energy to the body, resulting in a greater sense of inner peace and fewer stress balls being crushed until they implode and form black holes. A glass of Prosecco tickles taste buds with bubbles as rejuvenated patrons take golden sips.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Saving Faces Skin Care Salon a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.
Saving Faces Skin Care Salon
Saving Faces Skin Care Salon, a day spa tucked away in Marina Del Rey, is an eclectic space, complete with futuristic floor lamps, white furnishings, and chic wallpaper.
To combat signs of aging, the on-staff aestheticians arm themselves with high-end products, working to balance moisture levels and reduce irritation. Add-on treatments, such as a pumpkin enzyme peel that stimulates blood flow, can further bring a healthy glow to the face. In addition to performing skin-based services, staffers can be found pampering clients with organic spray tans and lash extensions. They can also wax unwanted body hair, adhering to a strict “no double-dipping sticks” policy.