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What You'll Get
If left untended, hands have been known to flee arms and take up residence with Addams families. Keep hands from autonomy with today's Groupon: for $26, you get an ultra deluxe mani-pedi (a $45 value) and a paraffin wax hand treatment (a $7 value) at Zen Spa & Nails in Greensboro.
Zen Spa & Nails refreshes neglected nail beds, cleans up compromised cuticles, and spruces up finger awnings and toe shingles with ultra deluxe mani-pedis and paraffin wax hand treatments. Nail nurturers massage and moisturize wrist mitts with an exfoliating tangerine sugar scrub before a therapeutic paraffin-wax treatment. Toe farms are treated to a refreshing chocolate sea spa footbath and relaxing leg and foot massage with cooling gel, then a chocolate mud mask and chocolate moisturizer are applied to legs before they are sealed in a hot towel wrap.
Cups, mugs, or glasses of complimentary wine or beer fill mouths as nails are cleaned, clipped, contoured, and coated with OPI or Essie polish. Pamper five-pronged pals at Zen Spa & Nails' cozy confines, in which warm earth tones, billowy curtains, and chic floral arrangements create a serene atmosphere for rejuvenation and daydreams about romance paperback cover art.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only; subject to availability. Upgrades available for additional fee. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Zen Spa Lounge
The friendly staff at Zen Spa Lounge—located in The Sedgefield Shoppes between Marisol Restaurant and Blossoms—pampers clients with a lengthy list of massage, skin, and nail treatments. Therapists knead away tension and improve immune systems with deep-tissue massages and reflexology treatments. Aestheticians customize four kinds of facials to combat acne, dehydration, and dullness, perking up treatments with specialty masks full of football-movie pep talks and vitamins A and C.