Most facials begin with cleansing and end with extraction, just visions of how far your head could fit into the car-wash drain. Free yourself from subpar skin with this Groupon.
$35 for a 60-minute full-service facial (a $75 value)
$90 for three 60-minute full-service facials (a $225 value)
$50 for a 90-minute spa package (a $115 total value)
During 60-minute full-service facials, an aesthetician soothes visages with a sequence of cleansing, toning, exfoliation, and extractions, before applying serums, lotions, and a mask customized to specific skin conditions and pampering phalanges and peepers with hand and eye treatments. Aromatherapy massages meld modalities with pure essential oils to rejuvenate senses along with physiques as the hands of a licensed massage therapist ease aches, increase circulation, and melt taut tendons like a baby dragon's antics melt the heart of a mostly evil wizard.
Licensed massage therapist Amanda Howard first conceived of Crystal Blue Health Spa for a school project, and realized her dream with the spa's opening in 2011. The interim gave her the chance to craft a menu of soothing spa services, including massages, body scrubs, and facials. Amanda navigates the treacherous terrain of knotted musculature during Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and aromatherapy massages, which wheedle backs into relinquishing stockpiled stress, tension, and missing socks hidden beneath shoulder blades. For surface-level pampering, the spa's resident aesthetician treats visages to deep-cleansing facials and exfoliating body scrubs. The hot-chocolate scrub emulates its wintertime namesake with a sweetly scented, warm elixir infused with Giovanni PureOrganic Technologyan essential-oil medley designed to nourish and heal wizened peltsand the hypoallergenic tropical scrub's jojoba, macadamia, avocado, and sweet-almond oils replenish thirsty pores more effectively than dunking them in a pool of Gatorade.
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