Today’s modern world, with its plethora of countries, panoply of waterways, and constantly changing laws about what is and what isn’t mail fraud, is as confusing as it is stressful. Get a clear definition of relaxation with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a 75-minute hot stone massage package with warm aromatherapy oil, reflexology treatment, and express facial (a $130 value)
- $59 for a 60-minute skinny girl package with a toning tummy and neck wrap; a neck, shoulder, and hand massage with warm aromatherapy oil; and a wellness sampling and consultation (a $145 value)<p>
The hot stone massage works to melt away tension with the liquid heat of warm, smooth stones. Fragrant aromatherapy complements a refreshing facial, and a reflexology treatment pampers clients’ soles. Alternatively, during the toning wrap, staffers place botanically infused cream cloths on the tummy and neck to help tighten up slack skin. The non-messy treatment does not merely reduce water weight—clients usually see results within 45 minutes, with progress continuing over the next three days. After an aromatherapy massage eases tension in the neck, shoulders, and hands, a wellness consultation helps extend the benefits of the refreshing treatments beyond their appointment date.
If you decide to purchase any additional treatments, you have the legal right to change your mind within three days and receive a refund. No refunds will be offered for the advertised treatment or any treatment performed 72 hours after the advertised treatment.
Skinsations Health & Wellness Spa
Skinsations Health & Wellness Spa owner and licensed aesthetician Michelle Merrix-Gowens has assembled a team of experts to provide advanced anti-aging and wellness services. She performs organic microdermabrasions and seven types of facials with a botanical skincare line whose ingredients nourish skin and enhance the face's ability to yodel. Physicians administer wrinkle-diminishing Botox injections, a massage therapist performs hot-stone treatments or reflexology sessions, and certified thermographer and two-time breast-cancer survivor Jeanne Wilson aims to detect early signs of disease with a digital infrared thermal imaging technique.