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If you missed your ticket to a Swedish submarine, here's your chance to go barefoot. This Groupon nurtures neglected nails with the tender polishing, clipping, and cuddling most people reserve for hedge mazes or infants. You get a manicure and pedicure for $25 at Touch Salon (a $45 value), an urban-oasis pamper-center in the heart of the Windy City.
Touch's expert technicians use a five-step process to kempt unkempt toes and fingers. First, they bathe your hands and feet in a refreshing and soft bath. Then they soak them in a blend of essential oils and Dead Sea salts; the eucalyptus and tea-tree oils soothe and calm your senses while moisture is restored to your skin. Next, they massage your phalanges with a peppermint scrub with apricot seeds to exfoliate. Finally, they infuse skin with a mineral-enriched clay masque before dishing out a custom selection of manicure gels and hydrating lotions.
The soothing music, minimalist design, and cleanliness of Touch will burst the bubble of busydom that has been hovering over Lake Michigan and will make you feel really good. Friends don't let friends make use of unkempt hands and feet in public spaces, so help the people you love walk and grab shamefree. Get today's deal for your mom, sister, girlfriend, or female wrestling coach: it's the perfect Groupon for sharing.
Yelpers give Touch a solid 3.5 stars:
- I've been a customer to Touch Salons since they opened in the Aon Center. The help is wonderful the atmosphere is relaxing and the prices are perfect. I have to say that it has been the best experience I've ever had in a salon in Chicago. – Carla S.
- The atmosphere/decor in this place really leaves an impression. It's really sleek and yet sort of natural...enjoyed the music they were playing too. I felt really comfortable. – Katie R.
- They have a really unique concept. The girls were really friendly and are good at what they do. – Melissa K.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiples as gifts. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.