A face can both hide and reveal a person's age, just as a hand can both hide and reveal a child's nose after an uncle has mysteriously removed it. Preserve the mystery with today's Groupon: for $99, you get three glycolic-peel spa packages, each consisting of one glycolic peel (a $50 value), one custom mask (a $15 value), and one hand and arm treatment (a $10 value), at South Beach Tans & Spa (a $225 total value).
South Beach Tans & Spa's 30-minute peel package improves clients' appearances and boosts their spirits. A glycolic peel refines the facial epidermis, aiming to promote a sprightlier appearance so clients won't be mistaken for mannequins and disassembled at the end of the season. Clients then choose an oxygen mask, a firming mask, or an enzyme mask to suit their beautifying fancy. The Fluid02 technology behind the five-minute oxygen mask infuses suffocating skin with vitamin C and oxygen molecules in an effort to lighten up a dull visage until it approaches beautiful bioluminescence. Slacker skin can firm up and fly right following a stern lecture from the firming mask, and the antioxidant-rich enzyme mask can tighten up under-eye bags. During the 10-minute hand and arm treatment, an aesthetician massages the torso limbs with RX body repair cream, aiming to soothe muscles and add greater appeal to love letters spelled out in semaphore.
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.