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Facial, Peel, or Pumpkin Peel Party for Three

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Licensed aesthetician Jennifer Corley grew her dedicated client list into a successful business of her own -- schedule an appointment and discover why people come to her for quality spa treatments:

• $34 ($75 value) for a 60-minute basic facial
• $39 ($85 value) for a 45-minute lactic acid, glycolic, or salicylic acid peel
• $125 ($255 value) for a two-hour pumpkin peel party for three

The basic facial includes a moisturizing, hydration, extractions, steaming, and more.

The lactic acid peel is gentler in nature, and benefit those with sensitive, darker skin.

The glycolic acid peel helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; it can help even out skin tone, too. Additionally, it's effective in improving acne and eradicating blackheads, whiteheads, and congested pores.

The salicylic acid peel is formulated to deeply exfoliate, allowing acides to penetrate clogged pores and promote cell proliferation.

The pumpkin party includes three mini facials, three pumpkin peels, and a bottle of champagne (30-minute service per person).

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