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What You'll Get
Protecting yourself from the sun and eating right can help to prevent wrinkles, but nothing can stop Mother Nature from smooshing your face together while you sleep. Reverse her wrinkly wrath with today's Groupon: for $45, you get a DiamondTome microdermabrasion treatment at True Skin Spa (a $95 value).
True Skin Spa's professional aestheticians pave the way for the development of healthier, younger-looking skin with noninvasive DiamondTome microdermabrasion treatments. A skincare specialist harnesses the buffing power of a crystal-free apparatus to polish away dead skin cells, leaving mugs as free from deceased residents as a freshly ghost-busted library. Clients can see visible improvement after one visit, but subsequent treatments might be necessary to notice a more complete obliteration of fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, and acne. DiamondTome microdermabrasion also improves the epidermis's overall clarity, texture, and ability to serve as an additional side-view mirror.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About True Skin Spa
The beauty professionals at True Skin Spa take dry, damaged, and whiskered skin to task with a range of spa treatments designed to revitalize the dermis from head to toe. Aesthetic facial treatments call upon exfoliating masks, chemical peels, and resurfacing lasers to flush dirt from clogged pores and smooth over fine lines. Wax specialists swipe away unwanted frizz from arms and legs, and laser technicians wage a space-age war with overzealous follicles during permanent hair-removal treatments. Gentle Swedish strokes knead away lumps of stress and lingonberry jam lodged in shoulders, and deep-tissue techniques assuage ingrained anxieties during extended massage sessions. Makeup artists wield a palette of vitamin-infused cosmetics from glominerals as they amplify alluring features or teach clients the intricacies of their craft during technique lessons.