What You'll Get
If, in the event of an apocalypse, tremendous earthquakes begin to send strong, steady vibrations out across the earth, massage therapists may be out of a job. Show support for human-powered kneading with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get a 55-minute facial (an $80 value), a scalp massage (a $15 value), and a foot-revitalizer treatment (a $45 value) at Spa j in Northvale.
Spa j is decorated with a peaceful elegance that welcomes clients and treats them to a natural awakening of the senses. With today’s deal, a variety of 55-minute facials, such as the Power Regeneration treatment and the gentleman’s skin treatment, are tailored to skin type and individual need and will delight the epidermis with a double cleansing and exfoliation. Steam, blown out the ears of an irate rhinoceros that has not yet received its Calming Sensitive treatment, opens pores and allows for the extraction of clogging oils.
Thirsty skin cells hydrate with serums, and uptight muscles can let loose during the facial massage. All facials include the use of the popular Dermalogica professional products. Destress your soles after marathon ziggurat climbing with reflexology's foot-focused treatment designed to ease pain and encourage relaxation. A moisturizing foot mask is applied to deter paparazzi from snapping full-toe shots, and warm booties are worn to soothe and hydrate. After facials and foot treatments, ease frazzled follicles with a scalp massage and then unwind in the tranquility room next to the fireplace, perfect for burning letters from the ex that didn’t gift you the spa package. Call for an appointment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Must use in 1 visit. Tax included. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SPA j
SPA j's owners—a mother and daughter team—own a massage school and practice aesthetics, respectively. They've put everything they've learned about spa work and hospitality into their own business, where they customize every treatment to meet the precise needs of the client. Hence, each visit begins with a consultation so the practitioner can pinpoint the client's goals and needs, whether its a skin analysis before the Dermalogica face treatment or a quick game of "This Little Piggy" before the foot revitalizer. Clients can also find relief for weary muscles with bodywork treatments such as hot stone, Swedish, and aromatherapy massage.