Human faces experience a lifetime of wear and tear from gravity, driving into the wind, and pineapple-pie-eating contests. Today's Groupon lets you restore your cheeks' original splendor: for $50, you get a 90-minute microdermabrasion treatment (a $150 value) at Skincare Charlie. This Groupon is valid at both locations in Salt Lake City and Sandy.
Skincare Charlie’s 90-minute microdermabrasion treatment uses gentle crystals to abrade faux-pas skin cells, revealing radiant, fashionable ones beneath. The procedure is simple: certified master aesthetician Charlie or one of his akin-to-skin specialists will wave a microdermabrasion device across your countenance, letting it flirt with pores and make friendly banter with fine lines. Skincare Charlie employs a proprietary vitamin-and-mineral renewal serum to infuse the face with moisture, smoothness, and Mickey Rooney trading cards. A steady-hand facial massage completes the treatment by making the face surrender to relaxation like a buttery balloon caught in an embrace.
A teacher overwhelmed with classroom tasks and student responsibilities; a 20-something recovering from the insecurities of teenage acne—Charlie Ward has served them both. Like many who write in his patient testimonials, this pair praises the master aesthetician's professional skill and personal kindness. "Having healthy habits, including good skincare," Charlie writes on his website, "[has] helped me enjoy [life] even more." Charlie pebbles his path to healthier, more vibrant skin with services that range from the technologically advanced photofacial treatment, which uses intense pulsed light to improve sun-damaged skin, to the holistic scrub-and-rub massages, which dose backs and bodies with salt crystals from the Great Salt Lake before hot towels and lotions cleanse and refresh. He also stays up-to-date on his industry's latest trends and technologies, writing on his blog about some of the latent effects of tattoos and new breakthroughs in heat-resistant makeup that prove ideal for soldiers fighting in war zones or chefs cooking in full-body snowsuits.