A weathered face can help one project wisdom or blend in at Mount Rushmore but is otherwise considered undesirable. Stand out from monumental mugs with today’s Groupon to Turning Heads Salon & Day Spa in Harlem. Choose between the following options:
For $39, you get a one-hour Swedish massage or a one-hour signature facial (a $100 value).
- For $55, you get a massage and facial package (a $175 total value). The package includes:
- A one-hour Swedish massage (a $100 value)
- A 45-minute Aromatherapy Infused facial (a $75 value)<p>
Turning Heads Salon & Day Spa’s licensed massage therapists and aestheticians pamper clients with Swedish massage and Aveda products. During one-hour Swedish massages, the private treatment room’s calming earth tones and soft candlelight surround patrons as long strokes and light kneading gently reduce stress, melt tension, and leave ligaments loose enough to fold into a clown car.
Signature facials take on four forms to address each client’s specific skincare needs with custom concoctions of plant-based Aveda products. After a complimentary consultation, Outer Peace acne treatments employ naturally derived salicylic acid and targeted extractions to evict stubborn grime from porous apartments. Green Science skin-renewing treatments lift and firm the skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and the personalized Elemental Nature facial rehydrates parched skinscapes. The Enbrightment discoloration treatment combines traditional Asian massage techniques with a brightening serum to make spots vanish like viewership during a David Copperfield TV special. Alternatively, aromatherapy infused facials relax and stimulate the senses while hydrating countenances and protecting them from harsh winter weather.
Turning Heads Salon & Day Spa
Turning Heads Salon & Day Spa has been beautifying the tresses of Harlem inhabitants with naturally derived products for almost two decades. But it wasn't until 2002 that they added on a day spa, where owner Sandy Scarborough oversees exfoliating body treatments, peels, and facials using Aveda products. In 2011, The Village Voice named it New York's best spa, praising the attentive staff and tranquil, unrushed atmosphere. Manicurists and makeup artists add color to faces and fingertips, while massage therapists smooth out muscle knots, preparing clients to end their beautification sessions with a sprint to the nearest mirror.
218 Lenox Ave.
Manhattan, New York 10027