Taking care of your skin can make you look like a movie star, much like standing in front of a green wall and screaming in terror at an alien that no one can see. Get ready for your close-up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one microdermabrasion treatment (a $90 value)
- $99 for three microdermabrasion treatments (a $270 value)
- $159 for five microdermabrasion treatments (a $450 value)<p>
A microdermabrasion system couples mechanical exfoliation with an adjustable suctioning effect to painlessly whisk away dead skin cells, helping to minimize sunspots, acne scars, and fine lines to leave visages with a glowing complexion that can more easily absorb skincare products and compliments from strangers. Up Close Beauty Max recommends that clients who purchase multiple treatments schedule their appointments every two to three weeks.<p>
Up Close Beauty Max
In 2010, Up Close Beauty tacked “Max” onto the end of its name to reflect the continued dedication and drive to dole out exceptional beauty services from each stylist, aesthetician, nail technician, and therapist. Owner Michelle Mai—an experienced hair colorist, extension artist, and aesthetician—guides the staff as they beautify exteriors with the latest brands, including Paul Mitchell haircare, Cellex-C skincare, and OPI nail polishes.
As clients relax on two massage tables in Up Close's spa room, aestheticians revive lackluster visages in a room of their own, performing facials, microdermabrasions, and chemical peels. Out on the salon floor, stylists beautify manes with snap-on and glue-in hair extensions and hair-straightening services such as the De Fabulous Kerafusion, which irons out strands for up to six months with a protein complex infused with mineral oils, shea butter, and cocoa butter, without including harsh fumes or smoke. Clients can also indulge in a traditional or gel mani-pedi, more than 10 massages, or radial-endodermo-therapy sessions designed to clean out the lymphatic system and help banish cellulite to the body's black hole, located directly behind the spleen.