Each day, the professionals at Bimini Skincare & Massage aim to improve their clients’ visages and inner peace. They do so with microdermabrasion wands and PCA chemical peels that oust dead skin cells, acne, and fine lines. Warm wax swiftly removes unsightly hair on everything form upper lips to horns. And with nothing more than their own hands, the massage therapists unwind knotted muscles and release built-up stress.
Every time you step outside, your face is targeted by UV rays, dirt, angry dogs, and the New Jersey Devils. Undo puck damage with today's Groupon: for $25, you get your choice of facial (up to a $65 value) at Serenity Place Day Spa, cozily located in Mustang.
Serenity offers a variety of complexion-boosting skin services delivered by skilled skin practitioners. Try the basic facial (a $65 value) for 60 minutes of skin-probing procedures that'll leave pores as clean and sparkling as a disco ball made of fabric softeners. The intensive treatment includes a full bag of beautifying elements, including cleansing, toning, exfoliation, extractions, relaxing massage, soothing mask, and a moisture finish. Alternately, opt for the Powerderm, an effective microdermabrasion system that exfoliates the outermost layer of dead skin cells like a snake shedding last year's tired fashions (a $60 value). This intensive facial treatment helps to minimize fine lines, skin crinkles, and brow ridges while leaving the visage as dewy and glistening as the sea on a spring morning, sans nesting gulls and unstable weather conditions.
Living up to its name, Serenity offers a laid-back, homey, and welcoming environment, and its expert aestheticians conclude all treatments with a calming hand and arm massage. Like the receipts, crumbs, pennies, and lint that linger in the depths of your purse, dead skin cells and dirt can clog your pores and form a dingy dead-face mask over your own beautiful mug. Let today's deal dump your face purse upside down, shake out the crumbs, and vacuum up the grossness.
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At Enhance Your Natural Beauty, aestheticians and massage therapists use the latest technology to help clients achieve the look they want without plastic surgery. Owner Denice Elwell, a licensed aesthetician and medical micropigmentologist with 25 years of experience in the medical and dental fields, leads her team in performing noninvasive, FDA-approved anti-aging procedures. The beauty pros begin every skincare visit with a thorough analysis that measures skin's pH and hydration. One available treatment is the HydraFacial, a gentle procedure that reduces wrinkles while moisturizing the skin. The crew also combats cellulite with body wraps and radio-frequency Alma Accent cellulite treatments, enhances visages with permanent makeup including beauty marks and lip liners, and eases quotidian stresses with massages.
The spa's Asian decor, candlelight and incense, and complimentary hot tea create a warm, welcoming ambiance. To preserve the spa's coveted tranquility, staffers ask that clients silence their cell phones, speak softly, and carry a big rain stick.
Brimming with potted plants and floral arrangements, Shear Madness showcases natural beauty—not only with its decor, but also with its styles. The salon's hairdressers cut and color locks to create flowing waves and multidimensional color. Meanwhile, tans from the studio’s beds look fresh from the beach, unlike tans from a repurposed waffle iron.
Dedicated to spreading massage and its benefits, the skilled professionals at Integrated Massage Therapy College enlighten their pupils in the ways of knowledgeable kneading. Students and teachers are both available to leave muscular fibers singing as harmoniously as a barbershop quartet, instead of screeching like the lead singer in a Norwegian death-metal barbershop quartet. Integrated Massage Therapy College also dedicates itself to bringing massage to the community by giving chair massages at public events and providing public workshops to help fight the scourge of aching feet and knotted backs.
Shelly Cook, Salon 120's certified massage therapist, employs a slew of soothing massage techniques to release tension and help heal the body. A gentle Swedish session aims to reduce stress and unleash the skills needed to decipher certain animated chefs with long, light strokes. Deep-tissue massages target the inner muscle tissues with more intense kneading techniques than an army of kittens, and prenatal treatments pamper moms-to-be to prepare them for the muscular stress of scooping up babies the stork will soon leave on their doorsteps. Each massage is one hour and incorporates unscented oils, dim lighting, and soft, relaxing music.