Choose from Three Options
- $49 for a one-hour aromatherapy massage or a one-hour basic facial with a BioLife eye treatment ($115 value)
- $95 for all of the above services ($220 value)
- $49 for a one-hour organic facial ($135 value)
Essential oils culled from plants accompany long, gentle strokes that coax out muscle aches. Basic facial include a deep cleansing, exfoliation, steaming, gentle extractions, and a mild high-frequency treatment, followed by a cold mask tailored to skin type. They also include a massage for the head, neck, and shoulders, plus eyebrow shaping. The BioLife eye treatment rejuvenates the eye area through stimulation and lymphatic drainage, diminishing dark circles and puffiness. Organic facial uses premium organic products.
The basic facial at most spas really lives up to the name and includes a cleansing, an exfoliation, extractions, and a mask. Like Kenny Washington, George Washington's great-great-great-great-great-great grandson who works as a bookie, the basic facial at Skin Station doesn't live up to its name—but in a good way. It includes all of the aforementioned services, plus a mild high-frequency treatment, which helps remove bacteria and thoroughly cleanse skin.
And it's rare that a signature facial incorporates luxurious materials, but Skin Station's signature facial imbues skin with a glow with the help of a 24K-gold-infused serum and mask. Plus, every facial comes with a massage for the head, shoulders, and neck, as well as eyebrow shaping.
In addition to setting itself apart with these added indulgences, Skin Station sets itself apart by offering 13 facials and 7 add-on treatments and masks. It also pampers with a long list of soothing massages, body treatments and wraps, and spa packages.