Spending a day at a spa is a tranquil experience surpassed only by swimming in a pool filled with mashed potatoes or having a hand model slap you to sleep. Feel the softer side with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for a European Facial (a $95 value)
- $75 for a Specialty Facial of your choice (up to a $165 value)
During the European Facial, extracts of grapefruit, aloe vera, or honey cleanse the skin before oat flour exfoliates pores. Aestheticians then apply custom skincare formulas and pamper complexions with a massage.
Alternatively, clients can choose from three Specialty Facials. A Sothys Hydroptimale hydration treatment moisturizes features with a double-layered mask and massage, whereas the ingredients and massage techniques of the Sothys Life Defense anti-aging facial strive to fade the appearance of fine lines. An Éminence Seven Herbs facial combines dandelion, ground ivy, black elderflower, and other botanical remedies to target dryness, sensitive skin, and blemishes.
Toscana European Day Spa
European-trained owner and biochemist Doina Mandrila and her team of aestheticians perform soothing spa services inspired by international beauty traditions. The Orient Essence Ceremony incorporates smooth Balinese pebbles and exotic oils into a relaxing massage, and the full-body hydration of the Velvet Skin Miracle mimics the thermal springs of the city of Spa in Belgium. The spa’s luxurious facials slather skin in natural ingredients, such as dandelion and moisturizing honey. Staff also specialize in gentlemen's facials and treatments formulated specifically for teenage skin issues, such as acne. Waxing services customize or banish body hair, while massage therapy leaves bodies in a state more relaxed than if Mr. Rogers governed Hawaii.
81% of 610 customers recommend
“Amazing Facial! Loved it.”
“Great service and very friendly staff. I'll definitely go back!”
“Yes! Great extraction! Love it. My only suggestion would be going without a groupon. I think the employees deserve a full price of you can afford it.”