What You'll Get
Like fine marble statues, human bodies must be touched up on a regular basis lest their surfaces dull, their north sides moss, and their forearms fall off. Lavish your life vehicle with today’s Groupon to Solace Hair Esthetics in Thorold. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get a 60-minute massage with an essential-oil treatment (a $60 value)
- For $49, you get a hot-stone massage (a $115 value)
- For $59 you get an almond facial and full-body massage (a $140 value)
The trained spa technicians at Solace Hair Esthetics soothe weary bodies by swathing them in eco-friendly and ammonia-free serums. During the Weleda almond soothing facial, sensitive faces can bask beneath organic sweet almond oil, which deploys vitamin E and fatty acids to soothe red and irritated skin. After the hypoallergenic and fragrance-free treatment restores visages, a full-body massage rewards muscles for bearing the force of gravity and weight of human pyramids.
Smooth, gently heated stones trace spines during the 90-minute hot-stone massage. As heat and pressure pulsate into beleaguered muscles, minds relax and release worrisome thoughts into the accepting atmosphere. Alternatively, fragrant essential oils swathe skin during the 60-minute massage, causing noses to temporarily forget their longing for fresh-baked cookies.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Solace Hair Esthetics
Solace Hair Esthetics' owner Sarah Barrett aims to reinvigorate bodies wearied from what she refers to as modern life's "daily bombardment of chemicals and noise." To this end, she arms her hairstyling staff with sulfate-free and low-ammonia colour products, and charges them to create a quiet and soothing spa environment. In addition to hair services, aestheticians rejuvenate faces with six types of organic facials, and massage therapists wield fragrant essential oils during aromatherapy massages, causing noses to temporarily forget their longing for fresh-baked cookies.