Visiting a spa is a tranquil experience surpassed only by swimming in a pool filled with mashed potatoes or having a hand model slap you to sleep. Feel the softer side with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for one microdermabrasion treatment or clinical organic facial (up to a $120 value)
- $149 for three microdermabrasion treatments or clinical organic facials (up to a $360 value)
During the microdermabrasion treatment, an aesthetician gently removes the upper layer of dead skin cells to improve skin's tone, texture, and clarity. A vacuum draws away the exfoliated cells, giving the complexion a fresher appearance and diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Alternatively, during the clinical organic facial, a skincare specialist uses organic products to cleanse, tone, exfoliate, and hydrate the skin. The treatment includes acne extraction and a manual lymphatic face massage.
SpringRain Face & Body Spa
SpringRain Face & Body Spa combines Ayurveda, traditional European techniques, and modern American skincare solutions. Within a soothing, low-lit spa, staffers administer massage therapies of every kind—deep-tissue, Swedish, shiatsu, reiki—age-defying body wraps, and mani-pedis that help hands and feet recover after their daily dose of punching through walls and kicking down doors. Most treatments infuse bodies with organic herbs and essential oils, which in turn infuse the mind with a sense of well-being and relaxation.
42% of 12 customers recommend
“Do not expect to walk into a spa that is located on Newbury Street in Boston. Spring Rain offers services at a reasonable price and Natalya, one of the owners, is...”
“Do not expect to walk into a spa that is located on Newbury Street in Boston. Spring Rain offers services at a reasonable price and Natalya, one of the owners, is excellent at what she does. She is thorough and cares about her customers. I highly recommend Spring Rain to people who do not need the fluff that is often provided at many spas so that they can charge outrageous prices.”