A weathered face can help one project wisdom or blend in at Mount Rushmore but is otherwise considered undesirable. Stand out from monumental mugs with today’s Groupon to South Beach Tans and Spa. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a facial treatment (a $75 total value), which includes:
- A signature facial (a $60 value)
An oxygen mask (a $15 value)
- For $40, you get a peel treatment (a $90 total value), which includes:
- A poly-organic brightening peel (a $65 value)
- An oxygen or enzyme mask (a $15 value)
A moisturizing hand and arm treatment (a $10 value)
- For $99, you get a peel-treatment package (a $225 total value), which includes:
- Three glycolic peels (a $150 value)
- Three add-on oxygen or enzyme masks (a $45 value)
- Three moisturizing hand and arm treatments (a $30 value)
At South Beach Tans and Spa, licensed aestheticians curate complexions with noninvasive skin treatments designed to soften the signs of aging. During the 50-minute signature facial, clients engage in a skin analysis that guides the next steps of the treatment, which include an exfoliation that sweeps away old skin cells, a mask customized to the guest’s skin type, and an upper-body massage complete with hot towels. Aestheticians pilfer dirt from pores with extractions and miniature burglars if the client so requests, and every mug receives a final coat of sunscreen to protect newly nourished skin.
The glycolic peel illuminates skin using glycolic acid, which exfoliates weathered cells to improve tone and eclipse sun damage. Along with either facial, an oxygen mask filled with the breath of a winded pine tree fights free radicals with infusions of vitamin C and antioxidants, and a 10-minute hand and arm treatment coats limbs with a blanket of Rx body-repair cream. Those opting for the poly-organic facial can swap-out the oxygen mask for an enzyme treatment that targets under-eye darkness by installing floodlights in eyebrows.
South Beach Tans and Spa
South Beach Tans and Spa partitions its newly remodeled facility into two separate spaces: a secluded spa area offering skincare and waxing services and a livelier hallway that opens into private UV- and spray-tanning rooms. Clients can purchase single sessions or monthly packages for regular beds as well as VHO beds, which employ 42 lamps to produce a darker tan.
The company’s aestheticians curate complexions in warm, softly lit treatment rooms with noninvasive skin treatments designed to soften the signs of aging. The spa team also specializes in hair-removal using sugaring paste—a compound blended from sugar, lemon juice, and water—that exfoliates skin while yanking follicles out by the root, ensuring less hair breakage than tweezing or blasts from a freeze ray.