You can learn a lot about people by looking at their faces, such as how they feel about your jokes or whether they have a face, too. Refresh your visage with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for a deep-cleansing Behind Closed Pores facial (a $70 value)
- $59 for an It’s Crystal Clear to Me microdermabrasion with an organic peel add-on (a $145 value)
- $108 for an It’s Crystal Clear to Me microdermabrasion with an organic peel add-on and two follow-up facials (a $285 value)
The Behind Closed Pores treatment refreshes clogged complexions with exfoliation, extractions, and a mask customized to the client's skin type using Eminence Organics Skin Care products. The It’s Crystal Clear to Me microdermabrasion exfoliates the upper layer of dull skin cells to leave skin soft and smooth, and an organic facial peel add-on enhances the rejuvenating effects.
The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center
The massage therapists at The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center listen closely to patients' descriptions of aches and pains and use these reports to build personalized treatments. During bodywork sessions, therapists begin by adjusting environmental factors—music, lighting, and trade winds—to create a space that's completely free of stress factors. They go on to customize the style and pressure of each touch, rooting out pain as clients sprawl on heated tables with scentless linens. The lead therapist specializes in sports therapy, which helps athletes optimize their performance, and works alongside other therapists who practice deep-tissue, Swedish, pregnancy, myofascial trigger-point therapy, and other modalities. The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center also offers cosmetic services and treatments including skin care, facials, waxing, and microdermabrasion.
97% of 451 customers recommend
“I had Rebecca as my massage therapist, and she is great! She applied the right amount of pressure and gave more attention to my problem areas, which I appreciated.”
“Everything was great!”
“Jennifer was awesome and I really enjoyed my massage.”