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7094 Lake Drive Suite 180, Lino Lakes

75-Minute Ultimate-Customized Hydrations Facial with Optional Sauna at The Skin You're In (Up to 46% Off)

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Hydrating facial treatments replenish the skin with moisturizing serums with an optional 30-minute sauna session to detoxify the body

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MARCIAtop reviewer
17 ratings8 reviews
November 9, 2017
Linda is awesome, so professional and good at what she does.
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Karentop reviewer
24 ratings17 reviews
August 17, 2017
This groupon was wonderful. The service was relaxing and informative. All I need to do is figure out how to fit this into my budget regularly
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Celeste
3 ratings1 reviews
April 6, 2017
Great experience! Would go back again and again! Best facial I ever had!
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denise
7 ratings2 reviews
November 14, 2016
Wonderful and personalized service every time. *Love the Dermalogica products too.
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Amy
19 ratings4 reviews
October 2, 2015
Great facial & service, will be coming back!
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Amandatop reviewer
22 ratings12 reviews
August 31, 2015
Linda is very knowledgable and did a wonderful job. Helped recommend future options for me also, I definitely will be back!
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Holly
1 ratings1 reviews
February 22, 2015
This is a true skin treatment not just fluff and puff! Enjoyed Linda's knowledge of skin and state of the art equipment. Highly recommend.

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Moisturizer: A Recipe for Supple Skin

A cocktail of different ingredients is needed to soothe dry, scaly skin. Find out how they work in Groupon’s guide to moisturizer.

Oily skin is generally considered a beauty problem—but in fact, oil is a major ingredient in making our skin look its best. A coating of natural oils secreted by the pores typically protects the outermost layer of the skin, a thin sheath of cells called the stratum corneum. But when there’s not enough oil, the cells dry out and shrivel, causing flaking, roughness, and wrinkles. Moisturizers aim to make up for this drought by locking water molecules into the skin.

The simplest moisturizers are occlusive agents such as petroleum jelly, which form a physical barrier to keep water from escaping. Though great for rough elbows and chapped lips, occlusive agents are usually too greasy and heavy to be used on the face. Instead, commercially produced moisturizers often feature emollients such as lanolin, which flow into and fill the spaces between cells to make skin look suppler and smoother. Some emollients are oil-based, and form a protective coating similar to occlusive agents, but for skin that’s already oily, a lighter, water-based emollient can work without leaving behind greasy residue. 

Another common ingredient, humectants, attract moisture from the air and keep it bound against the skin; glycerin is an especially popular option. Humectants are especially important for aging or extremely dry skin that doesn’t produce enough moisture on its own. Besides these skin-softening substances, many moisturizers will also include specialized ingredients, such as a sunscreen that blocks UV rays or vitamins intended to even out skin tone and make up for not bathing in enough vegetable juice. 

An important consideration, especially for oily skin, is whether or not a moisturizer will exacerbate acne. Although some products bear the label “noncomedogenic”—from comedone, a scientific term for blackheads and whiteheads—the truth is that most modern facial moisturizers will not clog your pores. Instead, the most important consideration should simply be how it feels on your face.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Facial, and Sauna Treatment not recommended for use within the same day. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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