What You'll Get
Though best known for expanding the limits of human thought, the great philosophers were also ardent proponents of skin treatments—rarely furrowing their brows without first applying a de-furrowing cucumber mask and massage. Today’s Groupon will wipe out your own philosophical furrows: for $69, you get either a facial with glycolic or lactic peel (up to a $150 value) or a massage with a reflexology foot treatment (up to a $170 value) from U. Boutique & Med Spa in Plano. For facials, clients can choose between acne, green tea, pumpkin clarifying, and firming treatments, while massages come in the form of Swedish, deep tissue, or hot stone. You can purchase two Groupons to get one of each package.
U.'s facials will transport your face back in time to when it wasn't troubled by gravity, zits, or the harsh rays of our yellow sun. Choose a firming facial to hydrate your skin and re-firm your face to the point that pennies once again bounce off of it or an acne facial to treat skin prone to breakouts. A pumpkin or green-tea facial will relax and pamper you while simultaneously blanketing you in fragrant kitchen aromas. The facial is coupled with a glycolic or lactic peel to diminish the results of sun damage and aging. Afterward, your skin will shine under the light of a new day, freed from the burden of a snowy winter mask of dead skin to reveal your young and radiant summertime mug.
If you opt for the more hands-on package, you'll get 50 minutes of bliss under the care of U.'s experienced massage therapists. Flowy Swedish massage regrooves your grooves, deep-tissue massage unties even the most tangled sailor's muscle knots, and hot-stone massage warms the body and improves circulation. Chase the full-body treatment with a cleansing and a tingly reflexology foot treatment to connect the dots from your toes to your spleen for holistic health.
The aesthetic cousin of the USS Enterprise, U. is sleek, modern, and fully equipped to warp you forward into new frontiers of beauty where no person has gone before. U.'s experienced aestheticians know that while there's more to a book than just its cover, writing "James Patterson" on your forehead can boost confidence and sales.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. No cash value. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.