What You'll Get
Constantly plucking body hair is one of life's most futile chores, like vacuuming up a pile of leaves or cleaning feathers out of your jet turbine. Foil your follicles once and for all with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $36 for three Groupons, each good for one facial-waxing service ($81 total value)
- $78.99 for three Groupons, each good for one women's body-waxing service ($180 total value)
- $75 for three Groupons, each good for one men's body-waxing service ($150 total value)
See the facial- and body-waxing service menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 150 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Not valid with other offers or discounts. Valid for New or Existing customers. Up charge will apply to Men's services over $50. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Waxing the City - Maple Grove
Unlike other salons—where waxing is an option hidden among manicures, facials, and massages from a galloping herd of tiny horses—the licensed aestheticians at Waxing the City do nothing but remove unwanted body hair with wax. They specialize in the waxing process the salon's dubbed Cerology, performed with hard wax from Belgium or soft wax from Spain that's crafted especially for the studio. The type of wax the aestheticians reach for depends on the sensitivity and size of the area.
What began in 2003 as a one-room studio has expanded to more than 20 locations nationwide, with each salon mirroring the original's modern, loft-like feel, with details such as granite countertops and leather chairs in waiting areas. As the company's grown, so has its list of awards, including being lauded as the best place to get a Brazilian by the Dallas Observer in 2013. The press have also noticed Waxing the City's no-tipping policy (the St. Paul Pioneer Press calls this convenience a "bonus"). Instead, the company prefers that customers pass on word-of-mouth recommendations and bring in sculptures carved from now-unneeded razors for display.