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What You'll Get
Treating your body well often unlocks hidden physical potential, such as newfound energy and laser-pointer vision. Uncover unknown talents with today's Groupon: for $65, you get a full-body exfoliation (a $15 value), scalp and neck massage (a $20 value), and your choice of a seaweed body wrap or Dead Sea mud mask (a $110 value each) at Serendipity Massage in Fort Mill (a $145 total value).
Serendipity Massage's frame-befriending massage therapists banish stress and shape forms with a suite of body-beautifying services. Full-body exfoliations oust deadbeat skin cells hitchhiking atop fresh epidermal layers. Afterward, a 20-minute scalp and neck massage completes total body bliss, assuring hair gardens and head connectors of their importance. Visitors can complete their beautifying treatment with their choice of a relaxing treatment. A 55-minute seaweed body wrap hugs frames with a potion including sea algae, clay, sea salt, and brewer's yeast, which combine to improve cellulite and aid weight-loss programs. Guests with shellfish allergies, iodine aversions, or fond mud-pie memories should instead opt for the toning Dead Sea mud mask, which is slathered on bodies after a warm-heat treatment. After removing the mask and starting a mud-ball war in the back office, the therapist massages hydrating lotion into demucked skin.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. 24hr cancellation notice required. Seaweed wrap not suitable for clients with allergies to shellfish or iodine. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Serendipity Massage
After years of working at a high-pressure job, which often left her physically and emotionally drained, Fawn Cook knew she needed to get out. She wanted to keep her stress levels under control and help others do the same, so she decided to leave the corporate world to pursue massage therapy—a decision that eventually led her to open Serendipity Massage in 2010. Alongside her team of massage therapists, Fawn works to rejuvenate her clients through custom massages, reflexology, and detoxifying body treatments that employ mud, algae, and promises of treats to draw out impurities. The menu of add-ons enhances the already-decadent treatments with aromatherapy, a scalp and neck massage, or citrus body polish.