A day at the spa is as relaxing as the first eight weeks living alone on a submarine. Succumb to the silence with this Groupon.
Custom facials nourish skin with organic products and treat a variety of skin woes, including acne and dryness. Sweet Therapy sports massages release built-up lactic acid and boost circulation with the help of homeopathic gels and enzymatic balms. Bikini sugaring treatments remove unwanted hair with a sugar paste that's gentle on skin.
Sweet 185’s dedication to natural ingredients is apparent in its organic facials, which rely on plant essences, and its holistic massages, which use herbal oils. The same can be said about its hair removal treatments—rather than rely on chemical-laden waxes, Sweet 185’s experts hark back to the ancient Egyptian technique of sugaring, using an un-heated paste made simply of sugar, water, and lemon to remove hair. Because of this excellence, they have been included in USA Today's Top 10 Spas in Charleston.
Meanwhile, the spa's oxygen therapy treatments have caught the attention of both the Charleston Mercury and the Moultrie News. Inhaling four to five times the normal amount of oxygen in the air while reclining in the spa's leather zero-gravity chairs is said to promote healing and heighten memory, and is far easier than doing aerobics in space.
After their treatment, guests can peruse Sweet 185 boutique, where staff have handpicked gifts and goods ranging from natural chocolates to jewelry to organic sunscreen. There, visitors will also find Angel Rox clothing made with organic cotton and low-impact dyes, Jurlique creams and lotions that are never tested on animals, and Nadina bath towels, made with sustainably grown bamboo rayon.
What some people are buzzing about:
93% of 230 customers recommend
“Its a good deal!”
“Love this place! It was my first time getting a bikini wax so I was bit nervous, but I will definitely be back! The place was very clean and the people were so nice.”
“I had a wonderful massage and facial and am looking forward to a return visit.”