Though a clear complexion is a good indicator of health, it is the worst indicator when selecting pie-eating-contest teammates. Keep your skin free of cherries with today's Groupon: for $79, you get six LED acne treatments at Tonic Body Spa on 124 Street (up to a $315 value, including GST).
Tonic Body Spa's skilled staff helps rejuvenate skin with a range of medical and aesthetic services. Acne flails its arms and runs scared as blue LED light pulsates over skin, helping to clear breakouts. Meanwhile, a triple team of red, amber, and infrared light smoothes away skin discoloration, lessens skin redness, and tightens loose skin. Patients can kick back and hum old-timey sailors' tunes during each of the 20- to 30-minute procedures. Though not included in today's deal, customers can also purchase skincare products to maintain skin between each treatment.
Clusters of potted plants sprinkle Tonic Body Spa's hardwood floors, and green painted walls and hanging black-and-white photos create a relaxing ambience. Tonic Body Spa is committed to reaching out to the community with large, well-manicured hands and is involved with many Edmonton charities.
Tonic Body Spa
Utilizing med-spa expertise in a tranquil setting, the aesthetic experts at Tonic Body Spa refurbish clients with treatments ranging from manicures and teeth whitening to massage and VelaShape cellulite-reduction treatments. IPL skin rejuvenation revitalizes facades with flashing intense pulsed light that targets red and brown pigmentation triggered by sun damage, aging, or hormones. Aestheticians can also cleanse visages during the signature facial, using glycolic-acid-based products before further mollycoddling mugs with European additions such as hot towels, aromatic oils, and a game of peekaboo.
To help to enhance results beyond treatments, staff can recommend aftercare products from lines such as Institut' DerMed and Comfort Zone. Guests can peruse these cleansers and moisturizers as the spa's decor plunges them into relaxation through a scheme of green walls, dark-wood furnishings, and plentiful plant life illuminated by subdued lighting and recitation of the Lake Poets’ works.