Becoming an adult means developing a few wrinkles, much like becoming a teenager means driving across the country to meet the scientists that grew you. Escape the inevitable with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for one microdermabrasion session (a $125 value)
- $109 for two microdermabrasion sessions (a $250 value)
A trained clinician, nurse, aesthetician, or physician uses the DiamondTome system to deeply exfoliate skin without the use of crystals, which have a chance of sticking on the skin. A diamond-tipped wand removes dead cells as vacuum suction whisks them away, leaving behind smoother skin and encouraging the body's own healing response for a youthful glow.
Spa NiVa aims to pamper and beautify every part of the body with a full service menu that includes skincare, massage, nails, and waxing. Using medical-grade skincare products, the staff clears pores and banishes impurities with facials, peels, and dermaplaning, a treatment that scrapes away dead skin cells and peach fuzz with a surgical blade. Another skin-clearing tactic is waxing, which smoothens skin by removing hair with warm wax and tiny lumberjack saws. Nail technicians decorate fingers and toes with Shellac polish or soften skin by dipping appendages into paraffin wax. Meanwhile, licensed massage therapists use fluid movements and various degrees of pressure to alleviate stress, stiffness, and discomfort of carrying that freeloading mini human living inside the belly.
92% of 63 customers recommend
“IT WAS A VERY PLEASANT VISIT AND I REALLY LIKED GINGER AND THE REST OF THE STAFF.”
“All the people that worked there were very nice and very helpful in answering questions and explaining products that would work for me.”
“All the staff were very friendly and highly professional. Ginger was extremely knowledgeable,helpful and honest in her evaluation.Her informed suggestions for future...”
“All the staff were very friendly and highly professional. Ginger was extremely knowledgeable,helpful and honest in her evaluation.Her informed suggestions for future treatments were much appreciated”