The face is the human body's most expressive part, speaking for us when our tongues are occupied with stamps or busy flirting with our tonsils. Reward your face for its unspoken hard work with today's Groupon: for $35, you get one of three facials at Stephanie's Skin Spa in Somerset (a $70 value). Choose from any of the following facials:
- Ultrasonic facial—employs ultrasonic technology to penetrate the deeper layers of skin with vitamins, to increase skin collagen and elastin, and to aid in exfoliating and smoothing wrinkles.
- Dermaculture facial—uses Iderm deep skin ionization to cleanse, hydrate, and rejuvenate the dermal tissue. Ionization can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles while helping to tone and firm the skin.
- Organic skin rejuvenating facial—a customized treatment that features two cleanses with all-organic skincare products, an organic fruit enzyme scrub, and an organic restorative marine moisturizing massage.
A licensed aesthetician, Stephanie packs over ten years of skincare experience into her nimble fingers. Each facial begins with a consultative skin analysis to determine the client's skin type. Whether the skin is dry, oily, or unkind to forest critters, Stephanie's Skin Spa stocks the finest products to help epidermis see the error of its ways. Unwind with a reflexology massage on either the hands or the feet, while your face is treated to a splendid steaming, allowing for deeper exfoliation and penetration of the herbal toners and moisturizers. The pampering concludes with a full massage of the facial area, neck, shoulders, and scalp that will leave frontispieces more relaxed than an on-duty pillow auditor.
Stephanie's Skin Spa
As a licensed aesthetician since 1999, Stephanie clears and revitalizes skin with exfoliating body scrubs, footbaths, and waxing services. She also delves into massage-oriented techniques, such as reflexology and hot-stone treatments that melt away tension and accidentally swallowed ice cubes. Her facials, however, are what earned her a profile from George Austin of the Spectator. “Do you want to have skin like a celebrity?” Austin asks rhetorically. “Stephanie Roberts may be able to help you with…dermaculture that firms and tightens skin, keeping it looking young.”
777 Whetstone Hill
Somerset, Massachusetts 02726Get Directions