Though best known for expanding the limits of human thought, the great philosophers were also ardent proponents of skin treatments—rarely furrowing their brows without first applying a de-furrowing cucumber mask. Wipe out your own philosophical furrows with this Groupon.
$39 for Microdermabrasion and a Custom Facial (Up to $100 Value)
The approximately 60-minute facial treatment begins with a microdermabrasion treatment that buffs away dead skin and reveals fresh complexions underneath. Next, clients can choose any facial valued at $65 or less, including the vitamin-C anti-aging facial that uses vitamin C from oranges and dill to stimulate collagen and help minimize fine lines. The rebalance facial remedies oily, troublesome skin with deep cleansing and vegetal charcoal that absorbs impurities and fat that cause blemishes.
Spa By Di Vine and Wellness Institute
After running her own spa in South Africa, Elize van Beljon ferried over to the States to open Spa By Di Vine’s stately stone-flanked doors in 2008. Trained throughout the globe in skincare, massage therapy, and makeup artistry, Elize boasts more than 28 years of professional experience and an extensive list of spa-centered certifications to help clients to refine skin and soothe tense bodies. Each visit begins with a personalized consultation to determine skin type, treatment options, and product preferences before delving into the tension-melting session. The spa’s selection of services consists solely of pharmaceutical-grade, clinically proven, and FDA–approved regimens that ensure a pampering experience as science-centered as sipping champagne from an Erlenmeyer flask.
98% of 534 customers recommend
“Elize provided a very individualized and thorough assessment She took the time to really explain what she was doing as well as made recommendations for healthier skin”
“Awesome relaxing experience Very friendly staff Holly did my microdermabrasion/facial My skin feels wonderful”
“Love it they are really nice and they have great specials the staff is just amazing”