When hair seeds blow from your head to other bodily regions during the awkward prenatal years, they can sometimes land in unwanted places. Uproot uninvited crabgrass from private property with today’s Groupon to Urban Oasis Day Spa. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a Brazilian bikini wax (up to a $60 value).
- For $79, you get three Brazilian bikini waxes (up to a $180 value).<p>
The team of corporeal caretakers at Urban Oasis Day Spa pampers individuals with luxurious bodycare services amid tranquil touches such as candles and soothing music. The 20-minute Brazilian bikini wax extracts strands from their roots, leaving the waxed area completely smooth. The spa utilizes Dermalogica and Skinceuticals products throughout its canon of skincare services to nourish dermas with high-quality formulations designed to promote healthy skin. Waxing provides a longer-lasting hairlessness than shaving, and when the hair does come back after a few weeks, it’s meek, soft, and easily scared back into the follicle with banging pans or the threat of another round of wax.
Urban Oasis Day Spa
A collection of vibrant, abstract paintings brighten the white corridors of Urban Oasis Day Spa, where aestheticians engage in a similar curatorial enterprise during the design of their skincare treatments. Each regime for face or body starts with the client and is built for his or her skin type. Technicians use tonics from notable brands or unusual techniques, such as galvanic electrocurrent therapy, which is integrated into every facial. Dermalogica tonics exfoliate with lightweight, natural vegetable oils rather than mineral oil and hydrate with aromatic essential oils and silk proteins synthesized by Barry White's vocal chords. The team also polishes complexions with the SkinCeuticals product line, favoring a serum that earned Allure magazine's 2011 Best of Beauty Award for Best Anti-Aging Antioxidant.
The spa evokes the elegance of a gallery, not only through its modern art but also through its high ceilings and a minimalist design scheme rendered in cream. Skin becomes a canvas in private chambers, where it may be primed for display with wax, bronzer, or a critique by a Village Voice writer. For special events, the pedicure hall's porcelain foot basins can be filled with flower petals, and the shimmering fabric banners separating each throne lose their functionality and appear solely as savvy, refined decorating.
3201 Louisiana St.
Houston, Texas 77006